People queuing in the sun to check out Kovid

People queuing in the sun to check out Kovid
Maharajganj. When counting the votes held on May 2, the candidates and agents for the passport have to identify the corona investigation report as negative. In such a situation, people have started setting up lines for covid screening in the district’s community health centers. The crowd is so great here that the risk of infection from those looking for infection has increased. On Wednesday the reality was brought to light in the investigation of CHC Nichlaul, Fallawal, Mithaura.
A large crowd of candidates and their agents have been gathering at the CHC visit since that morning. People could be seen standing in line in the sun, waiting. Social distance was not taken into account. People and health workers also kept their noises. You saw restless people looking for the shade of the tree from the heat. Hasim Ali from Lakshmipur Jarliah said that I’ve been at the CHC since eight in the morning. The examination could not take place until noon. Hesamuddin from Sabha Barhra Baripar Village, Devendra Sharma, a Shyamdeurwan resident, said he was afraid to see the crowd. There is neither a disinfectant nor a tent. CHC Superintendent Dr. Durgesh Singh said that around 400 people had been examined by one o’clock. The examination is carried out until the evening. No problem should be fixed.
In the lower CHC there was a rush to investigate the corona. Pravin Pandey, a Damki resident, said a corona check was required for the vote to be counted. The examination could not be carried out even after the sun was lined up until one o’clock. Ajay Sharma, who lives in Turkhiya, said that Corona has been waiting in the hospital for an examination since 9 a.m. Prabhakar Jaiswal, a resident of Sitwaliya, said there was no agreement for the candidates who came to the hospital for examination. Mehndi, a resident of Badaipurwa, said the investigation was not conducted after standing in line for about four hours. Social distance was not followed. CHC Superintendent Dr. Rajesh Dwivedi said all kinds of precautions were in place at the hospital for corona screening of the candidates. Suddenly there was a problem with the growing crowd.
A crowd gathered at the CHC Mithaura for the corona test. Ram Sewak Chaudhary, who lives in Sonwal, who has been in line since 9 a.m., said there is no agreement here. Ramanand, who lives in Harkhapura, says more people can be infected than by the random way people were brought up for investigation. The police were not set up to keep the peace going. Most of the candidates went home without investigating the crowd. At 12 noon, Sindhuria, the police officer in charge, turned to the police and asked them to stand in line. The responsible superintendent Dr. Shyam Babu said that 250 people had been examined by 12 noon.

People queuing in the sun to check out Kovid

Maharajganj. When counting the votes held on May 2, the candidates and agents for the passport have to identify the corona investigation report as negative. In such a situation, people have started setting up lines for covid screening in the district’s community health centers. The crowd is so great here that the risk of infection from those looking for infection has increased. On Wednesday the reality was brought to light in the investigation of CHC Nichlaul, Fallawal, Mithaura.

A huge crowd of candidates and their agents gathered at CHC height from the start. People were seen standing in line in the sun, waiting. Social distance was not taken into account. People and health workers also kept their noises. You saw restless people looking for the shade of the tree from the heat. Hasim Ali from Lakshmipur Jarliah said that I’ve been at the CHC since eight in the morning. The examination could not take place until noon. Hesamuddin from Sabha Barhra Baripar Village, Devendra Sharma, a Shyamdeurwan resident, said he was afraid to see the crowd. There is neither a disinfectant nor a tent. CHC Superintendent Dr. Durgesh Singh said about 400 people had been examined by one o’clock. The examination is carried out until the evening. No problem should be fixed.

In the lower CHC there was a rush to investigate the corona. Pravin Pandey, a Damki resident, said a corona check was required for the vote to be counted. The examination could not be carried out even after the sun was lined up until one o’clock. Ajay Sharma, who lives in Turkhiya, said that Corona has been waiting in the hospital for an examination since 9 a.m. Prabhakar Jaiswal, a resident of Sitwaliya, said there was no agreement for the candidates who came to the hospital for examination. Mehndi, a resident of Badaipurwa, said the investigation was not conducted after standing in line for about four hours. Social distance was not followed. CHC Superintendent Dr. Rajesh Dwivedi said all kinds of precautions were in place at the hospital for corona screening of the candidates. Suddenly there was a problem with the growing crowd.

The CHC Mithaura was overcrowded due to corona exams. Ram Sewak Chaudhary, who lives in Sonwal and who has been in line since 9 a.m., said there is no system here. Ramanand, who lives in Harkhapura, says more people can be infected than by the random way people were brought up for investigation. The police were not set up to keep the peace going. Most of the candidates went home without investigating the crowd. At 12 noon, the responsible police officer Sindhuria turned to the police and appealed to stand in line. The responsible superintendent Dr. Shyam Babu said that 250 people had been examined by 12 noon.

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