PM Modi visits Varanasi, inaugurates the Mch wing in Bhu

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Speaking to the Corona Warriors after the inauguration of the MCH wing, Prime Minister Narendra Modi urged them to focus on a possible third wave.

PM Modi in Varanasi: Inauguration of the MCH wing at the BHU
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who was visiting Varanasi, inaugurated the MCH wing at BHU on Thursday and submitted to take stock. The Prime Minister visited the pediatric treatment unit, intensive care unit, operating room and other locations in the MCH wing and took stock of treatment and examination modalities. Meanwhile, the prime minister said that I am dedicating the hospital, but God bless the hospital to remain empty, patients do not have to come. Here, after the inauguration of the MCH wing, in cooperation with the Corona Warriors, people were asked to concentrate on the possible third wave. In the roughly 20-minute dialogue, the Prime Minister said it was necessary to share their experiences in addressing the challenges of the second wave.

Also its documentation, i.e. records, should be kept so that the third wave battle can be easily won. In the MCH wing, the PM’s entire focus was on the possible third wave in dialogue with the IMS BHU director, paediatricians, SICs, CMS from other clinics, including sub-clinics.

He said that along with positive thinking, energy, and credibility, one must prepare for the third wave. During this time, more and more people were encouraged to get vaccinated to prevent infection. The Prime Minister also called for the treatment system to continue in rural areas wherever patients are.

During the dialogue, District Judge Kaushal Raj Sharma first gave the Prime Minister a lecture on the precautions taken in the district to deal with the challenges of the corona infection. It also presented a picture of the precautions to be taken for the third wave, as well as oxygen coverage and treatment in other covid hospitals, including the BHU.Then CMO informed Dr. VB Singh on the measures taken to prevent corona infection in rural areas and motivated more and more vaccinations before the third wave. Director of the IMS BHU Prof. BR Mittal gave a lecture on the treatment of patients with black fungus after examination and treatment of infected people in the BHU Super Specialty Block, Trauma Center. During the dialogue, Prime Minister Narendra Modi drew attention to vaccination and the reluctance of the population, highlighted the misunderstandings and called it a challenge to overcome. At the same time, the Prime Minister also said to focus on treating children. The doctors present in the dialogue also shared their points of view on this.

Head of the Trauma Center Prof. Saurabh Singh said that the misunderstandings in the minds of the people of Kashi are being cleared up compared to the misunderstandings that are widespread on a global level. This can be seen from the fact that people gather in the centers every day to take lessons from the second wave.

IMS Director Prof. BR Mittal said that there were many challenges in the second wave, but they were mastered with everyone working together. All preparations have also been completed for the third wave. If the third wave comes, this will also be fought.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who was visiting Varanasi, inaugurated the MCH wing at BHU on Thursday and submitted to take stock. The Prime Minister visited the pediatric treatment unit, intensive care unit, operating room and other locations in the MCH wing and took stock of treatment and examination modalities. Meanwhile, the prime minister said that I am dedicating the hospital, but God bless the hospital to remain empty, patients do not have to come.

Here, after the inauguration of the MCH wing, in cooperation with the Corona Warriors, people were asked to concentrate on the possible third wave. In the roughly 20-minute dialogue, the Prime Minister said it was necessary to share their experiences in addressing the challenges of the second wave.

Also its documentation, i.e. records, should be kept so that the third wave battle can be easily won. In the MCH wing, the PM’s entire focus was on the possible third wave in dialogue with the IMS BHU director, paediatricians, SICs, CMS from other clinics, including sub-clinics.

He said that along with positive thinking, energy, and credibility, one must prepare for the third wave. During this time, more and more people were encouraged to get vaccinated to prevent infection. The Prime Minister also called for the treatment system to continue in rural areas wherever patients are.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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