Temporary healthcare workers staging a demonstration, in Ujjain on Friday
Temporary healthcare workers staging a demonstration, in Ujjain on Friday
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Ujjain: A total of 14 more people tested positive for Corona taking the tally 4,336 mark in the district on Thursday.

The new patient include 1 cloth shop merchant, student, health worker, factory staff, travel agent, patwari, showroom salesman, Tata road construction operator and Tata road construction engineer each. The toll is 99.

As per the medical bulletin issued at 11 pm, out of 765 sample reports received on the day 14 persons including 12 from Ujjain city and 1 each from Nagda and Mahidpur, tested positive for Corona. All the patients including 3 women are symptomatic and most of them have been admitted in different hospitals or being home quarantined.

Overall 271 patients, 95 of them symptomatic, are now under treatment. Samples of 1, 38, 507 persons have been taken across the district so far and no report is awaited. With 44 more discharged on the day, the total number of corona winners has gone up to 3,966.

Healthcare staff goes on indefinite strike against Bhopal incident

Meanwhile, dozens of temporary (Covid-19) healthcare workers went on indefinite strike from Friday in protest against the lathi charge incident which the Bhopal place met with temporary health workers on Thursday. Strongly condemning the lathi charge incident and sending the health workers into jail, the local health workers boycotted their work from Friday morning. They also handed over a memorandum in protest to the district collector.

10 MP Battalion NCC cadets and staff members distribute hand wash bottles and masks to passersby under their Covid-19 awareness drive
10 MP Battalion NCC cadets and staff members distribute hand wash bottles and masks to passersby under their Covid-19 awareness drive
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