Will stop the third wave with the model of public cooperation – Chief Minister Shri Chouhan

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Will stop the third wave with the model of public cooperation - Chief Minister Shri Chouhan

Will stop the third wave with the model of public cooperation – Chief Minister Shri Chouhan

In this war with the government in Madhya Pradesh, the common man is standing together.

Review of the control, treatment and management efforts of Kovid infection in the state

Information about the arrangements taken from the collectors

Chief Minister Shri Chouhan interacted with Crisis Management Group

Vaccination work and infection control will be reviewed again in the collectors conference

Chief Minister Shri Shivraj Singh Chouhan said that the public-participation model of Madhya Pradesh would be useful in the third wave also under the control of Kovid. The way work has been done in dealing with crisis situations with public cooperation in the first and second wave of Kovid, in the same way, once again the government and citizens together will defeat the third wave. Joint efforts will be successful, humanity will win.

Chief Minister Shri Chouhan was taking information about the status of Kovid in the districts of the state, efforts being made from his residence through video conference today. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan interacted with the members of Crisis Management Group and got their suggestions. Union Civil Aviation Minister Shri Jyotiraditya Scindia and State Ministers also participated in the discussion and meeting by video conference. Public Health and Family Welfare Minister Dr Prabhuram Choudhary was present in the video conferencing from the Chief Minister’s residence. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan extended Makar Sankranti greetings to all the public representatives and officers associated with the video conference.

Chief Minister Shri Chouhan said that maximum number of people will remain in home isolation, take care of them and make them aware of precautions. it’s important. At present, 21 thousand 394 patients are in home isolation in the state. Necessary facilities are being given to them. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan will review the re-vaccination work and infection control in the collectors’ conference on January 17.

Only positive patients are admitted around 3 percent, it is necessary to take precautions

Will stop the third wave with the model of public cooperation - Chief Minister Shri Chouhan
Will stop the third wave with the model of public cooperation – Chief Minister Shri Chouhan

Chief Minister Shri Chouhan has said that a big challenge is in front of us in the form of third wave. Do not panic, be alert and alert. There is also a possibility of corona cases increasing rapidly. A fact has come from all over the world that those who get infected in this wave are less serious. Therefore, the cases of hospitalization are now a little more than about three percent. In the previous wave, up to 40 percent patients had to be admitted. After the research done so far, experts are of the opinion that the effect of this variant remains till the throat. It does not affect the lungs much. But that does not mean that we should not be alert. We have to win the Kovid epidemic, while combating this wave with full vigilance, it is also our resolve.

80 thousand tests are being done daily in the state

Chief Minister Shri Chouhan said that crisis management committees of ward and district panchayats are also associated with the block in this discussion today. I appeal that the targets given to the districts for corona test should be fulfilled. Rep. Focus on testing in your area. There is also an appeal to the Crisis Management of the village and the panchayat that if anyone in the village has any cold and cold, then inspire them to get them tested. The Chief Minister appealed to the Panchayat Level Crisis Management Committees to see that no one is left out of vaccination. Get 100% immunization of the youth of 15 to 18 years by door-to-door knocking. This is a powerful way to avoid covid. Increase the number of tests in all district fever clinics. There should be adequate number of fever clinics. The test report should come within 24 hours so that no one roams around as a spreader. If someone comes positive, then he should be isolated at home and given a medical kit. Due to this, the medicine of the infected will start on time and the infection will not increase. If there is no system of home isolation, then the infected should be admitted to the Kovid Care Center. An ambulance should be arranged to admit the infected person, so that he can be taken to the hospital on time. The Block Level Crisis Management Committee should also get the suspects tested in coordination with the Block Medical Officer. Maintain order 24 hours by creating a control room.

Take advantage of covid care center

Chief Minister Shri Chouhan said that the members of the Crisis Management Committee should decide that the infected should be admitted to the Kovid Care Center. The important work of the District Level Crisis Management Committees is to get the people to follow the covid friendly behavior. Make everyone aware that you must wear a mask when you step out of the house. Also, see that there is no overcrowding in any place and Test should be done regularly.

Test report come soon

Chief Minister Shri Chouhan instructed all the commissioners to ensure that the test report comes within 24 hours. Monitor the labs in medical colleges. The work of uploading the necessary information on the Government of India portal and keeping all other arrangements in the public domain should also be done. The Crisis Management Committee of the district has to see the arrangements for the smooth operation of the Kovid Care Center in their district. The arrangements for civil hospitals, district hospitals and medical colleges should be kept tight. We have sufficient number of ICU beds, oxygen beds, general beds. Check ICU beds, oxygen beds, general beds of Kovid Care Centers. Try running an oxygen plant. Check the arrangement of all the necessary equipment including ventilators, concentrators. There should be no shortage of resources. Our top priority is to save the lives of the people and stand by them in their time of crisis.

Test arrangements should be made in public places

Chief Minister Shri Chouhan said that arrangements for testing should be made at railway stations, bus stands and airports. Patients living in home isolation should be talked to. Private hospitals should be kept under contract under the Chief Minister’s Kovid Treatment Scheme. The hospital management should not take more money than the package that has been fixed for the private hospital. Oxygen cylinders should be available and functional. One month’s medicines should be arranged. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan said that testing, contact tracing, home isolation on positive arrival, medical kit distribution, arrangement of ambulance when required, oxygen arrangement, medicines, vaccination and covid friendly behavior when admitted to the covid care center. Following this, the public will be taken out safely from the third wave.

Interaction with collectors and public representatives

Chief Minister Shri Chouhan today inter acted with many public represent atives and collectors in a video conference that lasted for about one and a half hours. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan said that at present the wave of new variant of Kovid Omicron is going on all over the world. Its aggression is not high. But we have to be careful and alert. Also, all the arrange ments should be chalked out, it is very important. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan first discussed with Indore Collector. Indore is the largest city of the state, where one-third of the new positive patients of the state have appeared. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan inquired about the arrange ments made in the hospitals of Indore. On getting information about more tests privately in Indore, Chief Minister Shri Chouhan instructed that if tests are conducted privately, then they should also be taken on record. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan spoke to Bhopal Collector. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan took information about the arrangements from Bhopal Collector. Collector Bhopal informed that as soon as the list of positive patients comes every day, necessary arrangements are made for them immediately. Medical kits are provided to 100% positive patients. They also give them pamphlets of exhortation. Doctors keep in touch with them by phone. The Chief Minister also discussed with the collectors of Sagar, Ujjain, Sidhi, Rewa, Gwalior, Jabalpur, Panna, Barwani, Vidisha, Bhind, Sheopur and Mandla.

Chief Minister Shri Chouhan interacted with Minister Shri Pradyuman Singh Tomar, MP Shri Janardan Singh, Smt. Reeti Pathak, MLA and got information about the status of the districts. Former ministers Mr. Karan Singh Verma, Mrs. Lalita Yadav as well as Mr. Yashpal Singh Sisodia, Mr. Madan Kushwaha, Mr. Kamal Makhijani, Mr. Dilip Parihar, Mr. Virendra Raghuvanshi, Mr. Indu Tiwari etc. also gave various suggestions. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan talked about taking necessary steps on the suggestions received.

health department presentation

Additional Chief Secretary Health Shri Mohammad Suleman gave a presentation on the current status of Kovid-19 in the state, the status of vaccination and preparedness to deal with the third wave of Kovid-19. It was informed that 02 lakh 64 thousand 202 positive cases have come in the country and 04 thousand 755 in Madhya Pradesh in the last 24 hours. Active cases are 3 thousand 735. A total of 1020 cases have been recovered. Indore has 30 percent cases of the state. At present, only 3.3 percent of positive patients are admitted. The positivity of the country is about 13 percent and that of Madhya Pradesh is about 6 percent. Common bed 416, oxygen bed 212, HDU and ICU bed 33 are being used by the admitted patients. 96.7 percent of the active cases patients are in home isolation. Only 3.3 patients are admitted in hospitals. The available bed capacity is 67 thousand 164, out of which 1.17 percent of the total is being utilized at present. Home isolation arrangements have been strengthened. Every day calls are made to the home isolated person from the District Kavid Command Control Center. Teleconsultation is given for medical consultation. Arrangements have been made for home isolation kit and hospitalization through ambulance if required. Initiatives were taken to make a Kovid Care Center functional in each district, arrange doctors, necessary support staff, medicines and food in the center, as far as possible connecting non-government organizations with the operation of the Kovid Care Center and also at the block level to identify the Kovid Care Center. Is. The infrastructural preparedness has been ensured to deal with the third wave. 22 thousand 332 isolation beds, 31 thousand 680 oxygen beds, 13 thousand 152 ICU/HDU beds and 890 PICU beds are available in the state.

Health has been improved in the state

To be able to entitlement 17 to change to Transitional Transit Control. Total 36 thousand 393 cylinders. 204 PSA in the state have been liked. Spread from 190 first fighter aircraft one to five and second fighter aircraft 22 is being done on 2021. P.S.A. The training has also been completed. P.M. in the meritorious field of Medical College and University of Entitlement. Helps in establishing database of CARE and other types of diseases like 2000 ventilulatory plate oxidative redlax, Azim Premji Advanced, Coal India, Air Vacings etc. For additional facilities and better arrangements in Shajapur, Narsinghpur, Dindori, Chhatarpur, Sheopur and Katni.

Territorial Division

People over the age of 18 in the state 96.6 percent of those eligible for the year are first class and 92.3 percent are first and second dose youth. Thus pretend to be 57.6 percent of the characters for 15 to 18. A total of 1 lakh 3 lakh 118 health care workers, 89 thousand 636 line workers and 40 thousand 22 people from serious ailments in Prekotsan Dose Highlands. 6 lakh 69 thousand 891 women give birth to pregnant women in the state. Be, Agar-Maleva, Indore, Agra and Chhindwara Compare, good quality for excellent quality.

Shri Chouhan also said

Mentriad Mr. Chan interacted with video public-representatives on proactive regulation. That they were stations, bus stands etc. Take a look at the people’s representative medicines yourself. One month’s meal. Each level of action is fine. In other diseases the condition of the disease is severe. With this, the work of recruiting in the hospital will be done on time. Management management from recruitment in this system. Contact Us Infectious Behavior Architecture Get information about COVID centers in public, per fund The timings of visiting these centers are changing.

Major Instructions of Shri Chouhan

Scientists from 1st to 12th, Divine Pollution
There is no such thing in the state.
Rallies and meetings are all good.
Program with a plan to reduce the capacity of the hall by 50 percent.
250 delights in an all-encompassing program.

General Assembly and Expression.

There is a 50 percent increase in the playing process of all types of games.

Whatever 20 have been entered in the pre board exam, they must have been checked.

Night curfew.

At the frontier end of 50 people.

There will never be air. Economy

social division. Use all face masks. There is property in a public place. How to use Mask.

Will stop the third wave with the model of public cooperation - Chief Minister Shri Chouhan

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