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March 4, 2021

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Take complete care to prevent corona infection

Take complete care to prevent corona infection

Take utmost care to prevent corona infection – Chief Minister Shri Chouhan Reduce the infection rate in the state due to Corona infection prevention efforts Bhopal: Sunday, November 29, 2020, 19:10 IST Chief Minister Shri Shivraj Singh Chouhan said that for prevention of corona Due to continuous efforts, the rate of infection has come down. Similar efforts are to be continued. Indore and Bhopal need more careful utensils and attention. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan was taking regular review meetings to prevent corona infection. He said that where earlier 1800 corona positive cases were being reported daily. At the same time, this number has come down to 1500 daily. Medical Education Minister Mr. Vishwas Sarang, Director General of Police Mr. Vivek Johri, Additional Chief Secretary Mr. Mohammad Suleman, Principal Secretary Mr. Manish Rastogi, Commissioner Public Relations Mr. Sudam Khade were present in the meeting. He instructed to try more utensils and efforts. He said that only in these two districts, containment zones have been created. These transition areas should be opened only after completion of the 14-day period by following the prescribed guide line. Citizens of these areas should strictly adopt measures to prevent infection. Enable Command Control Centers Chief Minister Shri Chouhan directed that Corona Command Control Center should be made more efficient. Collectors should review regularly for this. In view of the present circumstances, officers and employees working in these centers should be trained. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan said that information regarding health of corona positive patients kept in home isolation should be regularly talked about through video call. Video call should be done at any time of the day. Ensure that patients kept in home isolation do not go out of the house. If necessary, the home isolate patient should be rushed to the hospital immediately and treated. In the state, 62 percent of the total corona patients are in home isolation. The state government will take care of the doctors. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan directed that the officer-in-charge of the districts should ensure that if a doctor in a district is infected with corona, then all of its treatment Arrangements should be ensured. He is the corona warrior of our society. The state government will take full care of them. Bring awareness about safety measures. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan said that people should be constantly aware of safety measures like using masks, obeying social distancing and frequent hand washing. Essays related to corona should be written about how to avoid corona among people who do not follow the rules under the Roko-Toko campaign. Awareness should be increased by adopting such innovations. On the instructions of Chief Minister Shri Chauhan, a team of expert doctors was sent to Sagar district headquarters. This team investigated the high mortality rate in the ocean and said that the use of ventilators with oxygen is decreasing there. Therefore, it is recommended to use a ventilator if necessary. It has been asked to increase the facility of fever clinics. Regarding the use of the ventilator, expert doctors of Bhopal were asked to talk to the doctors involved in the core group of Sagar. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan said that the death rate from corona in Sagar should be brought down to the state’s average death rate. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan said that vigilance should be continued in Jabalpur, Gwalior, Ratlam, Vidisha and Dhar districts as before. At 91.1 percent recovery rate, it was told that the recovery rate of corona in the state is 91.1 percent. The positivity rate is 5 percent.

Atul Khare

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