Run push for plasma contribution, Rajasthan CM tells officials | Jaipur News


JAIPUR: Rajasthan chief minister Ashok Gehlot on Wednesday asked state officials to conduct a campaign for plasma contribution, stating the treatment has helped treat crucial coronavirus patients, according to a government launch. Expressed satisfaction over consequences of this plasma treatment, Gehlot instructed the officers to make sure that coronavirus patients have been treated correctly and there’s absolutely no carelessness in their therapy.
Chairing a digital review interview, Gehlot requested them operate at a coordination for its coronavirus management to inspect the disease spread.
He requested them to ensure medicines are available at district hospitals, primary and community health centers.
Based on this release, the chief minister said relatives of patients admitted to Covid care centers should find all details associated with their therapy plus a helpdesk ought to be installed at every centre.
He requested the officials to improve the amount of ICU beds and ensure appropriate treatment centers for different patients, ” the release stated.
It had been advised at the meeting that no prison inmate has expired because of this disease in the nation.
Health Minister Raghu Sharma, Chief Secretary Rajeeva Swarup, DGP Bhupendra Singh, district collectors and other officials attended the meeting.


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