Each assembly section in Mysuru town is going to have a dedicated task force | Mysuru News

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Mysuru: Stepping up its attempts to attack the spike in Covid-19 instances from town, the Mysuru district government has included as many as four task forces — one each to the four assembly constituencies of Krishnaraja, Chamaraja, Narasimharaja and Chamundeshwari. Mysuru district in-charge minister ST Somashekar explained that the teams could have to operate from Monday.
In addition to arresting the spike in the amount of cases from town, Somashekar met with senior officials and elected representatives of their Mysuru zilla panchayat to deliberate about the steps necessary to be adopted to curtail the transmission of this novel coronavirus throughout the district.
“The MLA of the various constituency will go the corresponding job force. Considering that Narasimharaja MLA Tanveer Sait is unwell, Mysuru MP Pratap Simha was entrusted the duty of overseeing the actions of this taskforce of the section. Assistant commissioners, deputy commissioners and assistant commissioners of police, tahsildars and officials of this Mysuru City Corporation (MCC) will be one of the members of this workforce, all of which may also include 10 volunteers,” Somashekar explained.
The Union stated that the members of this task force would meet daily, and go over the vital measures required to be taken to fight the spread of this pandemic. “The task force will monitor the arrangements being forced to furnish food to contaminated patients receiving therapy. The officers, meanwhile, will continue to keep a track of admission to hospitals and make sure that contaminated patients have been admitted to hospitals whenever possible. We’ll assign three extra ambulances to every meeting constituency,” explained Somashekar, including that deputy commissioner Abhiram G Sankar was led to distribute booklets with phone numbers of task force members to all occupants.
Meanwhile, the Mysuru district health and family welfare department was training physicians and health care personnel of hospitals to take care of Covid-19 patients. Approximately 20 healthcare employees including nurses in private associations were imparted training.
Meanwhile, the Gopala Gowda Shanthaveri Memorial Hospital managing director Dr Santhrupthi HV, who also heads the Mysore Association of Hospitals, Nursing Homes, Diagnostic Centres and Clinics, declared that corona warriors that were infected by Covid-19 are provided free treatment.
MAHAN was entrusted with the treatment of corona warriors from the district government, which has chosen a defunct hospital at Yadavagiri to home the infected health staff. Mysore Urban Development Authority commissioner DB Natesh was appointed the hospital nodal officer.
Mysuru district wellness education officer Prakash told TOI that MAHAN had booked 25 beds in the Yadavagiri hospital to its particular function. Mysuru DHO Dr R Venkatesh explained that the center, overall, had 100 beds.

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