Maharashtra Updates Covid With Delayed Data
Maharashtra Updates Covid With Delayed Data. In the past few days, Maharashtra has revised its Covid death rate to reflect data for a specific time period. The incident resulted in an overall increase in the number of deaths due to the pandemic in the state by more than 8,800 to 1.08 in the past 12 days.
One hundred thousand. The large-scale reconciliation exercise on June 1 showed that the death tolls in Pune, Thane, Nagpur, Nashik, Aurangabad, Ahmed Nagar and Yavatmal were postponed. Among them, the first three reported 1368, 1167 and 503.
According to the news, overall, the highest reconciliation for one day on Friday is 2,213. For some time, the Maharashtra government has collected data from last week in the health bulletins of almost every state. After being criticized by the opposition, the country decided to check the missing data. Now every midnight, the list of the dead is downloaded from the state and county duplicate record analysis portal.
The list will be sent to local authorities for review.The final list will be sent out before 5:00 pm. According to the government, such agreements are conducted every two weeks. The district hospital will not update the information in real time. In April and May, there was a labor shortage due to too many cases. The second phase focused on oxygen therapy and bed management.
Waves are the two reasons for this delay. “Although a city like Mumbai has a system, many regions, especially small areas, lack labor and expertise to do this,” officials said.