Admin cracks whip on officials,changes strategy to fight Covid | Varanasi News


Varanasi: Facing extreme pressure because of the abrupt increase in Covid-19 instances in Varanasi in last weekly, officials mimicked the process of streamlining structures to fight the crisis.
Mature officials are rethinking plans for fighting the pandemic while they initiated rigorous action against those found lax in their own job.
Divisional commissioner Deepak Agrawal convened a meeting of senior officers of district government, health, police and other division on Friday evening.
Implementing rigorous standards, Agrawal mended the time limitation for hospitalisation of these testing positive and for determining whether they are sometimes placed in home isolation.
Taking serious notice of laxities, Agrawal led the CMO and his staff to keep in Covid-19 incorporated control command centre and choose if or not a patient must be hospitalised or remain in home isolation inside 24 hours following birth of report.
He requested led them to maintain ready ambulances to ferry patients to medical centers should they need hospitalisation.
In last five days, approximately Covid-19 cases have been discovered daily while complaints have been pouring about delay in hospitalisation of patients following birth of laboratory report and improper agreements at L-1 and L-2 hospitals.
District magistrate Kaushal Raj Sharma additionally sought explanation from further CMO Dr S S Kanojia to get laxities in Integrated Data Surveillance Project (IDSP) as well as some other officials of regional and health transportation sections.
All private and government laboratories are requested to record appropriate details of men giving samples for simplicity in calling them on birth of the report. Health officials were requested to coordinate with Varanasi Municipal Corporation’s Bhelupur zonal officer for cremation of bodies according to Covid protocol. In addition, he purchased 100percent sampling of individuals found getting cold, cough and breathing difficulty during testing drive between July 5 and 15.
All community and primary gym in-charges will be nodal officers for Covid-19 related work in their centers.
The DM said minimal 70 samples must be collected at metropolitan and 100 samples in rural center every day. If any center reveals zero sample, the day’s wages of its own in-charge will be deducted, he further added.
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