Medical Collage Jhansi ventilator – 10 ventilators from Lalitpur are made available to the Jhansi Medical College

District collector Annavi Dinesh Kumar meets the core committee at Collectorate Park.
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Lalitpur At the Kovid-19 Core Committee meeting on Monday District Judge Annavi Dinesh Kumar said Rs 250 for the antigen test and Rs 1250 for the True-Not test (Rs 200 extra for home sampling) from private laboratories were established. Ten ventilators in the Jhansi Medical College will be reserved for the people of Lalitpur.
Upon reviewing the covid in Collectorate Monday, he said that if the person tests positive for antigen, the person should be classified as covid-19 positive and the antigen test report should be made available to the person immediately. He instructed the RRT team to be at home in isolation and provide oxygen to the patient when they needed it. Include the number of families contacted. He also instructed that data on the number and residue levels of block vaccinations should be made available on a daily basis. The state government has set fees for RTPCR testing of corona infection in private sector laboratories. Private laboratories have set Rs 250 for the antigen test and Rs 1250 for the Trunot test (Rs 200 extra for home sampling). Upon receipt of the antigen test positive, it should be considered covid-19 positive and the antigen test report should be made available to the individual immediately and his RTPCR test should not be performed under any circumstances.
The district judge instructed that government orders should be followed in full. The district has an integrated control center. The Control Command Center can be called 24 hours a day at 05176-274371, 05176-272200, 05176-272335, 05176 272613 and the mobile number 9454416374. In view of the rapidly growing infection of the corona, people between the ages of 18 and 44 who are required to register and vaccinate on the Kovin portal will be vaccinated from May 1st. Registration can take place from April 28th via the Kovid portal and the Arogya Setu app. Apart from that, people over the age of 45 can be vaccinated by registering at the vaccination center.
The district judge said 10 ventilators were shipped from Lalitpur to Jhansi Medical College. These ventilators are reserved for Lalitpur patients.
The meeting was attended by Police Superintendent Pramod Kumar, Chief Development Officer Anil Kumar Pandey, Additional District Judge Anil Kumar Mishra, Chief Medical Officer Dr. DK Garg, the Chief Medical Superintendent Dr. Amit Chaturvedi and the District Tuberculosis Officer Dr. JS Bakshi, Executive, part The Local Government Nihal Chandra, Dr. Mukesh Dubey, Dr. Rajesh Bharti and District Information Officer Piyush Chandra Rai attended.

Lalitpur At the Kovid-19 Core Committee meeting on Monday District Judge Annavi Dinesh Kumar said Rs 250 for the antigen test and Rs 1250 for the True-Not test (Rs 200 extra for home sampling) from private laboratories were set. Ten ventilators in the Jhansi Medical College will be reserved for the people of Lalitpur.

Upon reviewing the covid in Collectorate on Monday, he said that if the person tests positive for antigen, the person should be classified as covid-19 positive and the antigen test report should be made available to the person immediately. He directed the RRT team to be isolated at home and make it available when the patient needs oxygen. Include the number of families contacted. He also instructed that data on the number and residue levels of block vaccinations should be made available on a daily basis. The state government has set fees for RTPCR testing of corona infection in private sector laboratories. Private laboratories have set Rs 250 for the antigen test and Rs 1250 for the Trunot test (Rs 200 extra for home sampling). Upon receipt of the antigen test positive, it should be considered covid-19 positive and the antigen test report should be made available to the individual immediately and his RTPCR test should not be performed under any circumstances.

The district judge instructed that government orders should be followed in full. The district has an integrated control center. The Control Command Center can be called 24 hours a day at 05176-274371, 05176-272200, 05176-272335, 05176 272613 and the mobile number 9454416374. In view of the rapidly growing infection of the corona, people between the ages of 18 and 44 who are required to register and vaccinate on the Kovin portal will be vaccinated from May 1st. Registration can take place from April 28th via the Kovid portal and the Arogya Setu app. Apart from that, people over the age of 45 can be vaccinated by registering at the vaccination center.

The district judge said 10 ventilators from Lalitpur were provided to Jhansi Medical College. These ventilators are reserved for Lalitpur patients.

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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