50 percent cases transmitted through hospitals: Study

15, Sep 2020 | nepaltraveller.com

“Likewise, cases have been increasingly found among workers of factories, hotels, enterprises or business outlets”

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CHITWAN

The coronavirus infection has been transmitted through hospitals in Chitwan, a study reveals. According to a study undertaken by the District COVID Crisis Management Centre, almost 50 percent of the infections diagnosed so far have been transmitted through the hospitals.

The Centre’s member and health office Chitwan chief, Deepak Tiwari shared that among the total infected 254 are doctors and health workers. The number accounts for 20 percent of the total infected cases diagnosed as of today.

He further shared that at least one member of the house of infected doctors and health workers have been found with the infection. With this, the count of the infection stands at 40 percent.

Besides, additional 101 coronavirus infected have shared that they got transmitted while visiting hospitals for treatment or attending patients at hospitals, he said. Tiwari added, “It was found that hospitals share 50 percent of the infection cases in the district”.

The study has also revealed that infection has been diagnosed among 111 other people who have been involved in industry, trade, hotel, fruits and vegetables grocery and other entrepreneurs.

Likewise, cases have been increasingly found among workers of factories, hotels, enterprises or business outlets. It has also increased among people living in rented houses having a single toilet.

“The infection has been detected among those involved in transporting grocery goods, grocery owners, vehicle drivers, workers coming from outside without coronavirus tests and frontline service providers at banks, financial institutions and electricity authority offices among others,” stated the study report.

Tiwari further informed that a series of discussions were already held with district-based hospitals to develop a plan of action to prevent the transmission of coronavirus after the hospitals were found to be the high risk zone for the virus transmission.

Number of infected has so far surged to 1,307 in the district and 17 persons have lost their lives to the corona infection. The death toll has reached 29 including the data of other districts apart from Chitwan.  

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