Covid Core Meeting – Allow patients to be admitted to the kneeling unit by not directly discharging and then discharging

Lalitpur At the Kovid-19 core committee meeting, district collector Annavi Dinesh Kumar instructed that a covid-free village-covid-free block competition should be held at the block level. Patients should not be discharged directly from the hospital, and they should not be fully discharged until they have been admitted to a lowering unit for a few days.
During the review at Collectorate Park on Sunday, the district judge said there should be no less than three thousand checks a day. As of Sunday, 2092 tests were performed and 49 positive patients were found. 156 patients were discharged. Assign the responsible supervisory officer / district program chairperson to activate the monitoring team and get the job done. There was no vaccination session on Sunday. The vaccination will take place on Monday in 79 locations. He said that in such places where people can be vaccinated easily, vaccination should be done on a large scale. Information on the health status of patients vaccinated for follow-up care should also be obtained.
Deputy District Judge Sanjay Pandey said the accountant and secretaries of the Department of Income and Village Development should receive the goal of registering the vaccination. 31 patients are admitted to the district hospital. The district judge said the government’s order is not to discharge the patients straight from the hospital, but only after they have been admitted to a lowering ward for a few days. 66 vehicles were claimed within 24 hours, of which an amount of Rs 47,500 was reclaimed. 55 people were billed for not wearing masks for which a sum of Rs 6800 was reclaimed, while 10 people were billed and a sum of Rs 4750 was reclaimed for having ridden more than one trip on two-wheelers. He instructed that, according to the chief minister’s instructions, covid-free village competition should be made in the district covid-free block.
Police Superintendent Pramod Kumar, Chief Development Officer Anil Kumar Pandey, Additional District Judge for Finance and Income Anil Kumar Mishra, Additional District Judge Namami Gange Lavkush Tripathi, Additional District Judge Judicial Rajnish Rai, Chief Medical Officer Dr. DK Garg etc. were present.

Lalitpur At the Kovid-19 core committee meeting, district collector Annavi Dinesh Kumar instructed that a covid-free village-covid-free block competition should be held at the block level. Patients should not be discharged directly from the hospital, and they should not be fully discharged until they have been admitted to a lowering unit for a few days.

During the review at Collectorate Park on Sunday, the district judge said there should be no less than three thousand checks a day. As of Sunday, 2092 tests were performed and 49 positive patients were found. 156 patients were discharged. Assign the responsible supervisory officer / district program chairperson to activate the monitoring team and get the job done. There was no vaccination session on Sunday. The vaccination will take place on Monday in 79 locations. He said that in such places where people can be vaccinated easily, vaccination should be done on a large scale. Information on the health status of patients vaccinated for follow-up care should also be obtained.

Deputy District Judge Sanjay Pandey said the accountant and secretaries of the Department of Income and Village Development should receive the goal of registering the vaccination. 31 patients are admitted to the district hospital. The district judge said the government’s order is not to discharge the patients straight from the hospital, but only after they have been admitted to a lowering ward for a few days. 66 vehicles were claimed within 24 hours, of which an amount of Rs 47,500 was reclaimed. 55 people were billed for not wearing masks for which a sum of Rs 6800 was reclaimed, while 10 people were billed and a sum of Rs 4750 was reclaimed for having ridden more than one trip on two-wheelers. He instructed that, according to the chief minister’s instructions, covid-free village competition should be made in the district covid-free block.

Police Superintendent Pramod Kumar, Chief Development Officer Anil Kumar Pandey, Additional District Judge for Finance and Income Anil Kumar Mishra, Additional District Judge Namami Gange Lavkush Tripathi, Additional District Judge Judicial Rajnish Rai, Chief Medical Officer Dr. DK Garg etc. were present.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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