Deccan Express : Pune News | In the first week of July, the Pune city saw an increase in Covid-19 cases among children. As many as 268 children tested positive among 2065 newly infected patients.
With the steady rise in the case, Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC) is preparing for the possible third wave and has reserved over 3000 beds in government and private hospitals.
According to figures, almost 10 percent of the Covid-19 patients who died between the period were from below 18 years of age. The total number of death of children due to covid has risen to 25 in the same period.
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The PMC facility for children will include 30 ventilators, 60 ICU beds, 320 oxygen beds, and 1,300 normal beds.
According to officials, in Private hospitals 143 ventilators, 242 ICU beds, 1,083 oxygen beds, and 251 normal beds are available.
Satara Crime News | Bullock killed for strange reason in Satara, owner arrested
A young farmer at Sartale village in Javali taluka of Satara district killed his bullock for a strange reason. He took the bullock trained for bullock-cart races at an isolated spot and cut its throat with a knife.
He had bought the bullock for bullock-cart races. However, it was injured in a road accident. The farmer was reluctant to take care of the injured animal. Therefore, he killed the bullock. He was arrested by the police and further investigation was on
The culprit was identified as Kumar Prakash Padwal and was a resident of Kumbharwadi village in Wai taluka of the district. He had purchased the animal from the animal market in Bhor. The bullock was injured after a vehicle hit it when the farmer was on his way home after purchasing it. He was worried that he would have to take care of the injured animal. Hence, he took him to an isolated spot near Sartale village in Javali taluka…READ MORE
web title: Pune News | Over 250 children found Covid-19 positive in the first week of July, PMC prepares for the possible third wave.