Covid Core Meeting – Doctors only do medical work, other duties become node officers

Lalitpur At the Kovid-19 core committee meeting, district collector Annavi Dinesh Kumar instructed that action should be taken if home isolation patients walk.
Kovid’s 24-hour results were first discussed in a meeting on Tuesday at the Collectorate. According to reports, 1,631 tests were conducted on Tuesday, which found a total of 240 infected patients. 259 patients were discharged. The district judge instructed that patients should be provided when oxygen is needed in the home isolation and should collect information about their family members, the neighborhood and other contact persons. He said a large number of doctors in the district are also becoming infected with corona, creating the possibility of a shortage of medical staff. Given such a situation, doctors should only be engaged in medical work to free them from other duties. Administrative officers are appointed to the hub for other duties. Department of Health teams working on the covid-19 epidemic will continue to provide information on phone numbers (05176-274371, 05176-272200, 05176-272335, 05176-272713, and cell phone number 9454416374) of the district’s Unified Control Command Center. He instructed that all preparations related to the vaccination campaign should be completed by May 1st. The places to have vaccinations said that precautions should be taken.
The meeting was attended by police superintendent Pramod Kumar, development manager Anil Kumar Pandey, additional district chairman Anil Kumar Mishra, chief physician Dr. DK Garg, the chief physician Dr. Amit Chaturvedi, the district tuberculosis officer Dr. JS Bakshi, Managing Director, part The Municipal Administration Nihal Chandra, Dr. Mukesh Dubey, Dr. Rajesh Bharti and District Information Officer Piyush Chandra Rai attended.

Lalitpur At the Kovid-19 core committee meeting, district collector Annavi Dinesh Kumar instructed that action should be taken if home isolation patients walk.

Kovid’s 24-hour results were first discussed in a meeting on Tuesday at the Collectorate. According to reports, 1,631 tests were conducted on Tuesday, which found a total of 240 infected patients. 259 patients were discharged. The district judge instructed that patients should be provided when oxygen is needed in the home isolation and should collect information about their family members, the neighborhood and other contact persons. He said a large number of doctors in the district are also becoming infected with corona, creating the possibility of a shortage of medical staff. Given such a situation, doctors should only be engaged in medical work to free them from other duties. Administrative officers are appointed to the hub for other duties. Department of Health teams working on the covid-19 epidemic will continue to provide information on phone numbers (05176-274371, 05176-272200, 05176-272335, 05176-272713, and cell phone number 9454416374) of the district’s Unified Control Command Center. He instructed that all preparations related to the vaccination campaign should be completed by May 1st. The places to have vaccinations said that precautions should be taken.

The meeting was attended by police superintendent Pramod Kumar, development manager Anil Kumar Pandey, additional district chairman Anil Kumar Mishra, chief physician Dr. DK Garg, the chief physician Dr. Amit Chaturvedi, the district tuberculosis officer Dr. JS Bakshi, Managing Director, part The Municipal Administration Nihal Chandra, Dr. Mukesh Dubey, Dr. Rajesh Bharti and District Information Officer Piyush Chandra Rai attended.

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