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Wednesday, May 25, 2022

Coronavirus Omicron India Live Updates: Hospitalization in Delhi in third Covid wave is much less than in second, says government

Checking the vaccination status of passengers on a public bus in Pune.

Here are some key Covid updates: As the recent ommicron-fuelled third wave in Maharashtra has started showing signs of plateauing, the state government has decided to reopen schools for students of classes 1-12 from Monday. have decided to start. Meanwhile, the Kovid test positivity rate in Kerala has risen to 37 per cent, as the omicron-fueled third wave continues to pound the coastal state. State Health Minister Veena George said, “The next three weeks will be crucial for Kerala.” In other news, data shows a sharp gender gap in vaccinations, especially in the country’s top metros. India has received more than 158 crore vaccines – first, second and precautionary doses together – at a ratio of 954 women per 1,000 men as of 18 January.

In covid year, one-third of Gujarat board’s class 10 students get grace marks to pass

More than a third of the 8.5 lakh Class 10 students of the Gujarat Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (GSHSEB), who were promoted to Class 11 in the 2020-2021 academic year, have got grace marks to cross the threshold of 33 were to be given. Percentage that is required to pass.

Of the 2.66 lakh students who got grace marks, about 170 got 200 extra marks — 231 is the minimum pass marks — and about 9,400 students got more than 100 grace marks, as accessed by The Indian Express show.

In a pandemic year, when education was hit and most state boards, including CBSE and GSHSEB, canceled class 10 and 12 term-end exams, the findings, showing how massive promotions were facilitated, are important because they are likely to be shown across the country.

Explained: The global toll of bacterial resistance to drugs

Hundreds of thousands of deaths occur today due to previously treatable infections – such as lower respiratory and bloodstream infections – because the bacteria that cause them have become resistant to treatment. A comprehensive estimate of the global impact of antimicrobial resistance (AMR), covering 204 countries and territories and published in The Lancet, found that in 2019, 1.27 million people died as a direct result of AMR, which is now worldwide. is a major cause of death in , HIV/AIDS or malaria.


The Global Research on Antimicrobial Resistance (GRAM) report used statistical modeling to estimate deaths associated with 23 pathogens and 88 pathogen-drug combinations. In addition to the 12.7 million deaths directly due to AMR (this would not have occurred if the infection was drug-sensitive), another 49.5 million deaths were associated with AMR (a drug-resistant infection was implicated, but resistance itself may or may not may also be a direct cause of death). In 2019, HIV/AIDS and malaria were estimated to cause 8.6 lakh and 6.4 lakh deaths, respectively.


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