Chhattisgarh in top 10 in management of prevention of corona virus infection
Chhattisgarh is in the top 10 states of the country in the management of prevention and control of infection of Novel Corona virus (Kovid-19). Under the leadership and direction of Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel, effective steps have been taken by the Government of Chhattisgarh in this direction.
Video by Shri Rajiv Gauba, Cabinet Secretary, Government of India, today along with Chief Secretary, Health Secretary, Director General of Police and Collectors, Superintendent of Police, Commissioner Municipal Corporation, Civil Surgeon cum Hospital Superintendent, Chief Medical and Health Officer of 730 districts of the country A detailed review was conducted in connection with the strategy of prevention and control of Kovid-19 virus through conferencing. Chief Secretary of Chhattisgarh Shri R.P. The Board, Secretary Health Mrs. Niharika Barik Singh and Secretary General Administration Department Mr. Kamalpreet Singh participated in this video conferencing.
Chief Secretary Shri R.P. The Board informed that the Guidelines issued by the Government of India are being followed for the control and prevention of Kovid-19 epidemic in Chhattisgarh. So far 1590 people have been tested in Chhattisgarh. Out of which 10 have been found positive, 7 have been discharged from the hospital. He informed that Personal Protective Equipant (PPE) kits are available in sufficient quantity.
The cabinet secretary stated the need to strictly follow the lockdown and instructed to take strict action if anyone violates it. Tabligi Jamaat Markaz Nizamuddin Emphasis was laid on the attention of the persons of Tabligi Jamaat who went from Delhi to various states and districts of India. Instructions have also been given to make maximum number of dedicated hospitals / units for prevention and treatment of infection of Kovid-19. Emphasis was also laid on increasing the facility of quarantine and social distancing.
Instructions were given by the Ministry of Home Affairs, Government of India to follow the guidelines issued under the Disaster Management Act-2005. The cabinet secretary stated the need to work 15 days more to control this epidemic. Among the measures taken for prevention and control of infection of Kovid-19 virus, Chhattisgarh remained in the top 10 in the country.