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Covid-19 Patient Treated With Plasma Therapy Recovers, Gets Discharged

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The very first patient who got treated with Plasma Therapy at a private hospital in Saket (New Delhi) has been completely cured and out of danger now. He was discharged on Sunday. The 49-year-old man had tested positive for COVID-19 on April 4 post which he was admitted to the Max Hospital, Saket. 

‘An encouraging news for India’

While speaking to news ANI, Dr. Sangeeta, a doctor from Max Hospital said, 

“It is encouraging news for India. He was finally discharged today. He will be in-home quarantine for another two weeks as per the government norm.” The 49-year-old critically ill patient was administered fresh plasma as a treatment modality as a side-line to standard treatment protocols on the night of April 14.

The man had moderate symptoms and a history of fever and respiratory issues. His condition deteriorated for a few days and he soon required external oxygen to maintain proper breathing process. Soon, he developed Pneumonia, Type I respiratory failure due to which he was shifted on to the ventilator support on April 8.

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PM Modi announces ₹20 lakh crore economic package worth 10% of India’s GDP

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday announced a ₹20 lakh crore economic package amid the coronavirus pandemic. He said that the package is worth nearly 10% of India’s GDP. “Special economic package will have an emphasis on land, labor, liquidity, and laws. Beginning Wednesday, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman will announce details of the special economic package,” he further said.

Here are the highlights from Modi’s address to the nation:

-Based on the suggestions by states, information related to lockdown 4 will be given to you before 18 May: PM Modi

-“Scientists say that coronavirus will be a part of our lives for a very long time. But we can’t let our lives remain confined around Corona. We will wear masks and maintain social distancing but we will not let it affect us. So lockdown 4.0 will be in a new form with new rules,” said Modi

-“Coronavirus going to be part of our lives for long time, but we can’t let our lives revolve around it only,” says Modi

-In this hour of crisis, local suppliers have met our demands; Indians have to be ‘vocal about local’ and buy products from them, says PM

-PM Modi pitches for local products: “Every Indian must be vocal for local”

-Special economic package is for our labourers, farmers, honest taxpayers, MSMEs and cottage industry, says PM

-Beginning Wednesday, finance minister will announce details of special economic package

-Special economic package will have emphasis on land, labour, liquidity and laws, says Modi

-I announce a special economic package today. Special economic relief package for the nation will amount to ₹20 lakh crore which is nearly 10% of GDP. The announcements made by the govt over Covid-19, decisions of RBI and today’s package totals to ₹20 lakh crore. This will play an important role in the ‘Atmanirbhar Bharat Abhiyan’, said PM

-“India’s self-reliance will be based on five pillars — economy, infrastructure, technology driven system, vibrant demography and demand”

-“India has resources and talent, it will make best products, improve quality and supply chain”

-“Medicines supplied by India have infused new hopes in the world which is fighting battle of life and death. With these steps, when India is being praised everywhere in the world, every Indian feels proud”

-“When India speaks of self-reliance, it does not advocate for a self-centered system. In India’s self-reliance there is a concern for the whole world’s happiness, cooperation and peace”

-India didn’t produce any PPE before COVID-19 crisis and manufactured very few N-95 masks, now we are producing 2 lakh of each of them, says Modi

-Making India self-reliant is only way to make 21st century belong to India, says PM Modi

-“Today when the entire world is in crisis, we will have to further firm up our resolve”

-“More than 2.75 lakh people have lost their lives due to the virus. In India too many families have lost their dear ones, I express my condolences to them”

-“We had never seen or heard about such a crisis ever before. This is definitely unimaginable for mankind. This was unprecedented. But humanity will not accept defeat from this virus. We have to not only protect ourselves but also move forward”

-“A virus has ravaged the world, we have never seen or heard a crisis like this”

-The world has been fighting coronavirus for 4 months now: PM Modi

-Coronavirus affected 42 lakh people globally, says Modi

Earlier today, Modi approved ex gratia of ₹2 lakh each to the kin of the 16 migrant labourers who were run over by goods train in Maharashtra’s Aurangabad on May 8.

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AIIMS doctor risks own life, removes protective gear to help COVID-19 patient

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Zahid Abdul Majeed, a senior resident doctor at AIIMS, Delhi, took off his safety gear to help shift a critically ill COVID-19 patient to the ICU. He found it difficult to ventilate the patient and suspected accidental extubation. He immediately decided to re-intubate but owing to poor visibility inside the ambulance, he removed his protective goggles and reintubated the patient.

“I am staying alone and waiting for my tests. If that comes negative, I can join work again otherwise I may have to remain under isolation for 14 days,” Dr Majeed was quoted as saying.

Not to mention, he could not even end his Ramdaan fast and rushed to the duty when emergency came.

This act is completely a selfless act,deserves so much of respect.

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70% ‘Special Corona Fee’ on Alcohol in Delhi

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While the beer and wine shops are now open, The Delhi government has imposed a ‘Special Corona Fee’ on liquor, i.e. “70% of the MRP on all categories of liquor which are sold through retail licensees for consumption off the premises”. The hiked price will be effective from Tuesday of this week. Additionally, the Excise Department has asked the Delhi Police to allow liquor vends to open from 9 am to 6.30 pm.

People have to keep one thing in mind, i.e. “Social Distancing”. Those standing in the queues have to be cautious and protect themselves from the infection.

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