India’s relentless fight against the second wave of Corona epidemic in the country continues. Meanwhile, a worrying number of children in Rajasthan have contracted corona. In Rajasthan’s Dausa district, more than 345 children between the ages of 10 and 12 have reported positive corona.
According to the health department, more than 500 cases of Corona have been reported in children in the last 10-12 days in the district. In which the second wave of corona in the country has infected rural areas of India and younger age groups. While in Dausa and other areas of Rajasthan, the infection is spreading rapidly among young people and children
In this regard, the CMHO in Dungarpur district said that the spread of Corona in the state has also affected the district. As well as more than 500 children have been infected with corona within the last 10-12 days. As well as cases of corona in children are the result of surveillance and monitoring and timely testing.
“We have a border district,” the CMHO said. As well as other states and cities in the area, the influx of people is high. As a result, more people are being infected with the corona virus. “We have also arranged for oxygen,” he said, referring to the steps taken by the district health system. As well as visiting the pediatrician every day. As well as children’s health is checked daily. Necessary medicines are also provided to the children.
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The number of child coronary infections in Rajasthan is a matter of concern for the state government. As well as the government needs to think more seriously to stop it.
In addition, earlier this week, the National Commission for the Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR) appealed to the Union Ministry of Health and the state government to make preparations for the third wave. According to experts, the third wave of corona increases the risk of corona infection in young people and children.
The National Commission for the Protection of Child Rights also sought information on pediatric ICUs for children, bed and neonatal ambulances and protocols for the treatment of children.
Priyank Kanungo, chairperson of the National Commission for the Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR), said: