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Doctors must be put on duty in such a way that they get rest time

Friday - April 3, 2020 11:55 pm , Category : MADHYA PRADESH


Chief Minister Chouhan reviews Corona arrangements through video conference 
 
Bhopal 3 April 2020: Chief Minister  Shivraj Singh Chouhan has said that the duty of doctors, nurses, paramedical staff and other staff working in Corona crisis should be imposed in such a way that they get time to rest also. All the officers and employees engaged in the work, along with the duty, should also take care of themselves and their family's health. With the cooperation of all, we will conquer Corona very soon. Chouhan was reviewing the situation and arrangements of the Corona with high officials through video conferencing today.

Chief Minister Chouhan directed that necessary medical equipment should be made available in sufficient quantity to all districts. Chief Secretary Iqbal Singh Bains said that our Corona testing capacity has increased from 480 to 500 tests per day. The number of labs for the test has also increased to 6. We have sufficient quantities of PPE kits available. N-95 masks are above 90 thousand and triple layer masks are 2 lakh.

The Chief Minister directed that the complaints received on call centers and social media should be resolved promptly. Secretary Public Relations P. Narhari said that a total of one lakh 76 thousand comments have come on various government Twitter handles, including a few complaints. These complaints have been resolved.

The Chief Minister directed that smooth supply of food grains and ration materials should be ensured to the needy persons. Principal Secretary Food and Civil Supplies Shivshekhar Shukla informed that 3 lakh 20 thousand persons are being fed through community kitchens. Apart from this, food is being served to a large number of people through collectors and other social organizations. A total of 4 thousand 800 complaints have been received through call centers. All have been resolved immediately.
The Chief Minister directed that Ayurveda, Homeopathy and Unani medicines should be distributed in rural areas through ASHA, Anganwadi workers, Panchayat Secretaries etc. Secretary Ayush M.K. Agrawal informed that a sufficient number of medicines of these three systems of medicine have been delivered to the village level and the process of their distribution is going on.

The Chief Minister also directed to prepare mobile apps for the convenience of the farmers and appoint a Integrated District Monitoring Officer in each district. The Chief Minister directed that old age homes and disabled ashrams should be sanitized and arrangements for Corona training should be made there. All collectors should be directed to organize their meeting at local level and police station level and take full support of them. The work of distribution of ration should also be closely monitored.

Chief Minister will address public on April 4

It was informed during the video conference that Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan will address the people of the state in relation to Corona at Window to News