Noida: A 71-year-old most cancers affected person from Noida who was admitted to a Delhi hospital and later examined constructive for coronavirus has died, turning into the fourth fatality linked to COVID-19 in Uttar Pradesh’s Gautam Buddh Nagar, officers mentioned on Friday.
The man, a resident of Sector 150 in Noida, died because of “multiple organ failure” on the government-run LNJP hospital on Thursday evening within the nationwide capital, the officers mentioned.
Earlier three extra males, two of them aged 60 and one 62, have died in Gautam Buddh Nagar with their deaths linked to COVID-19, in keeping with the officers.
Four extra folks have examined constructive for coronavirus in Gautam Buddh Nagar, taking the variety of instances to 242 on Friday, District Surveillance Officer Sunil Dohare mentioned.
“Total 169 reports have been received in the last 24 hours, of which four were positive and the rest negative for COVID-19. The number of confirmed cases in Gautam Buddh Nagar now stands at 242,” Dohare mentioned in an announcement.
The new sufferers embrace a 78-year-old feminine from Sector 12, two males aged 22 and 41 from Sector 5 moreover a 21-year-old man from Nagla village in Phase II space of Noida, the officer mentioned.
On the constructive facet, 10 sufferers had been discharged on Friday after profitable therapy for COVID-19, leaving 69 lively instances within the district, in keeping with the assertion.
Of the 10 discharged sufferers, eight, together with 5 girls, two males and a boy, had been admitted to the Sharda Hospital in Greater Noida, whereas two females had been hospitalised in Delhi, it mentioned.
“So far, 169 of the 242 patients have been cured and discharged, leaving 69 active cases in the district,” he mentioned.
The restoration charge of sufferers within the district has gone as much as 69.83 per cent now, in keeping with official statistics.
According to the officers, to this point 4,613 samples have been collected for COVID-19 check within the district, whereas 442 persons are presently beneath institutional quarantine.