Corona cases increased in India, experts said- 'Symptoms of infection are mild'

Corona cases increased in India, experts said- 'Symptoms of infection are mild'

The cases of Coronavirus Cases in India are increasing continuously in the country. Corona cases have increased again in the last 24 hours. Amid the rising number of Covid cases across the country, an expert said on Thursday that symptoms are being found mild in most of the cases.

Dr. Nikhil Modi, Senior Pulmonologist, Apollo Hospital, Delhi, said that the cases of Kovid are definitely increasing but the symptoms are mild.

Dr. Modi said, 'Kovid cases are definitely increasing, in Delhi also yesterday more than 2000 cases were reported. But most of the patients have very mild symptoms.' Regarding the risk for people with comorbidities, Dr. Modi said, 'patients aged 80 to 90 years with diabetes and other issues are reporting to us, but all of them have mild symptoms.'

Dr. Dhiren Gupta, a senior consultant at Delhi's Sir Ganga Ram Hospital, said people who do not get themselves tested on time and do not follow COVID-19 appropriate behavior, face problems. COVID-19 don't follow proper behavior, people get them tested only when they get into trouble.' He said, 'The reason for the increase in the number of Kovid is the careless behavior of people and not wearing masks. Change in weather can also be a reason.

Dr. Gupta also said that there have been some deaths, most of them due to comorbidity rather than covid infection. He further said, 'Most cases are mild and it is like flu-like symptoms that we are seeing cough, fever, and sometimes high fever for two or three days. Symptoms usually get better in the first five or a week.'

Dr. Gupta further said that corona is not over yet, people who tested positive for the infection three months back are testing positive again.

He said that some swine flu patients are also reporting at Apollo Hospital. At present, there are two swine flu patients. Meanwhile, according to data shared by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, India on Thursday witnessed a surge in the number of new COVID-19 infections as it registered 19,893 cases in the last 24 hours.