There shouldn’t be a shortage of drugs and resources – there shouldn’t be a shortage of drugs and resources

Shravasti. The DM held a virtual surveillance review meeting through Google Meet with the affected officers to treat and manage the resources required for covid infections. During the meeting, he instructed to ensure the availability of all necessary drugs and resources.
During the review of the virtual surveillance, District Judge TK Shibu instructed that the availability of essential medicines should be mandatory in all primary health centers. The Medical Officer Incharge should procure the necessary medication and ensure the CMO in advance. So that it can be completed on time. Make the containment zone a cluster. In order to facilitate the implementation of the provisions contained therein, the provision of essential services can also be carried out smoothly. The police will continue to be vigilant in such areas. In addition, all deputy district judges should provide the necessary goods. He said development officers should continue to receive feedback on drug availability in primary health centers. Monitor drug availability while traveling.
It is instructed to give full feedback on the monitoring work to the doctor in charge. Retain the complete data of the survey work of the responsible SDM and Medical Officer Surveillance Team. Instructions to have the action plan ready for vaccinating people over the age of 18. All SDMs should maintain barricade regulations as well as other regulations required under the COVID protocol in areas where more infected patients have been found. In these areas, 100 percent of the people should be sampled and examined. So that the infection does not grow under any circumstances. During the survey, people with some symptoms of covid should be screened. Medical kits should also be made available to them through the RRT team. In addition to supplying the patients admitted to the Kovid Hospital with breakfast, food and medication, the cleanliness system should be better preserved.
Strict measures will be taken against those affected if an occasional inspection reveals a defect. Maintain continuous communication with home-isolated patients. If during the dialogue it indicates a problem, it should be listed and reported to the relevant area medical officer and RRT team. So that they can be treated properly. Patients with domestic isolation should be constantly updated. Monitor the migrants from the outside and place them in the school in the Panchayat building first. Have them tested and if you find negative after receiving the test report, send them home. During this time CDO Ishan Pratap Singh, CMO Dr. AP Bhargava, the joint magistrate Parikshit Khatana, ADM Yogananda Pandey, all SDMs, block development officers, ACMO Dr. Mukesh Mathanalia and other concerned officials involved in Google Meet.

Shravasti. The DM held a virtual surveillance review meeting through Google Meet with the affected officers to treat and manage the resources required for covid infections. During the meeting, he instructed to ensure the availability of all necessary drugs and resources.

During the review of the virtual surveillance, District Judge TK Shibu instructed that the availability of essential medicines should be mandatory in all primary health centers. The Medical Officer Incharge should procure the necessary medication and ensure the CMO in advance. So that it can be completed on time. Make the containment zone a cluster. In order to facilitate the implementation of the provisions contained therein, the provision of essential services can also be carried out smoothly. The police will continue to be vigilant in such areas. In addition, all deputy district judges should provide the necessary goods. He said development officers should continue to receive feedback on drug availability in primary health centers. Monitor drug availability while traveling.

It is instructed to give full feedback on the monitoring work to the doctor in charge. Retain the complete data of the survey work of the responsible SDM and Medical Officer Surveillance Team. He instructed to have the action plan ready for vaccinating people over the age of 18. All SDMs should maintain barricade regulations as well as other regulations required under the COVID protocol in areas where more infected patients have been found. In these areas, 100 percent of the people should be sampled and examined. So that the infection does not grow under any circumstances. During the survey, people with some symptoms of covid should be screened. Medical kits should also be made available to them through the RRT team. In addition to supplying the patients admitted to the Kovid Hospital with breakfast, food and medication, the cleanliness system should be better preserved.

Strict measures will be taken against those affected if an occasional inspection reveals a defect. Maintain continuous communication with home-isolated patients. If during the dialogue it indicates a problem, it should be listed and reported to the relevant area medical officer and RRT team. So that they can be treated properly. Patients with domestic isolation should be constantly updated. Monitor the migrants from the outside and place them in the school in the Panchayat building first. Have them tested and if you find negative after receiving the test report, send them home. During this time CDO Ishan Pratap Singh, CMO Dr. AP Bhargava, the joint magistrate Parikshit Khatana, ADM Yogananda Pandey, all SDMs, block development officers, ACMO Dr. Mukesh Mathanalia and other concerned officials involved in Google Meet.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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