Corona infection has reduced in the state, but the death toll is not decreasing. There have been 79 deaths from 8 to 14 January. 71 percent of the men and 23 percent of the women died in this. The state-level death audit report revealed that 68 percent of deaths were due to comorbidity, while 32 percent were caused by Kovid. It also recorded a case fatality rate of 5.02 over 60 years of age and 2.38 CFR among individuals aged 45–59 years. The committee also reviewed that 27 percent of patients died within 24 hours of hospitalization. happened. 9 percent of patients die within 48 hours and 14 percent die within 2 to 3 days. Doctors say that people are not getting corona examination even when symptoms occur. The 52-year-old man from Surajpur was suffering from fever and breathlessness since January 1. On January 6, after being tested positive, he was admitted to Ambikapur Hospital. Could not recover even after treatment. Died on 14 January. He died due to not reaching the hospital on time. Similarly, a 52-year-old woman from Raipur had complained of fever, body ache, cough etc. since January 2, but admitted to Mekahara on January 7 due to shortness of breath. Could not be saved even after treatment. Experts say that if the elderly have symptoms of cold, cough, fever, fatigue, etc., see a doctor immediately and get the corona checked.