Regular meetings of Crisis Management Group must-CM Chouhan
Tuesday - September 22, 2020 11:58 am , Category : MADHYA PRADESH
Commercial organizations should also come forward for self-control
Review meeting of Corona concludes
Bhopal 21 September 2020: Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has said that meetings of Crisis Management Groups must be held regularly in every district. Necessary measures for Corona control must be ensured with the advice of religious leaders, representatives of various communities, voluntary organizations, doctors, traders, etc., and by taking them into confidence at local level. Chief Minister Chouhan said that he will also communicate with the Crisis Management Group if required. Arrangements will be made as required in the guidelines for control over Corona. Commercial organizations will also have to take initiative themselves to implement various measures for corona control and protection from the diasease. Chief Minister Chouhan was reviewing the status of Covid-19 at Mantralaya.
Chief Minister Chouhan said that Corona testing is being continuously increased in the state. Apart from government health institutions, the capacity of private hospitals is also being enhanced. The district administration can control Corona by taking the society and the general public into confidence. Chouhan issued instructions to the officers in-charge of the districts to constantly monitor the situation in the districts and also provide necessary guidance to the district administration. Instructions were also given to ensure effective monitoring of home isolation system from command and control centre.
Mobile fever clinics will be activated
Chief Minister Chouhan said that fever clinics are active everywhere in the state. Mobile fever clinics will also be started, so that Corona patients can be examined as quickly as possible and their effective treatment can be ensured. Chief Minister Chouhan also instructed to ensure maximum recruitments of doctors, paramedical staff in the state and make arrangements for their necessary training.
Instructions issued after district wise review
Chief Minister Chouhan conducted a district-wise review of the status of Corona and gave directions to the collectors to prevent spread of the infection and ensure effective treatment. He directed to pay special attention to districts like Narsinghpur, Sagar, Ujjain, Hoshangabad, Khargone, Chhindwara, Mandsaur, Umaria along with Bhopal, Indore, Jabalpur and Gwalior.
Special attention must be given to Jabalpur
In view of the increasing number of Corona cases, Chief Minister Chouhan conducted a special review of Jabalpur. It may be noted that the positivity rate of Jabalpur which is 8.11 percent, is much higher than the state’s positive rate of 5.87 percent. Chief Minister Chouhan told to make arrangements for maximum beds for Corona patients in private hospitals including Jabalpur Medical College and District Hospital. In this, the state government will provide all possible support. Assistance will be provided to poor patients under Ayushman Yojana. All facilities like beds, oxygen, ventilators, etc. should be available for treatment of Corona.
Special team set up to monitor Jabalpur
Constituting a team with Divisional Commissioner, Collector Jabalpur, Dean Medical College along with in-charge officer Additional Chief Secretary J.N. Kansotiya, Chief Minister Chouhan directed to ensure change in the situation of Jabalpur within a week. He said that he would review the situation of Jabalpur again, day after tomorrow.
Recovery rate of state is 77.3 percent
Chief Minister Chouhan informed that Corona patients in the state were recovering fast and returning home. The state’s recovery rate is 77.3 percent. The fatality rate is steadily declining, now it is 1.86 percent. The number of Corona tests per 10 lakh in Madhya Pradesh is 22 thousand 425. The state's positivity rate is 5.87 percent.
As many as 8803 patients in 51 districts in home isolation
Additional Chief Secretary Health Mohammad Suleman said that 8 thousand 803 patients out of the total number of cases in the state which accounts for 39 percent of the total patients are in home isolation. They are being monitored regularly. Maximum patients in isolation are in Bhopal with 882, Indore 832, Jabalpur 784, 672 in Gwalior, 423 in Shahdol, 342 in Rewa, 295 in Shivpuri, 280 in Ujjain, 237 in Betul, 210 in Narsinghpur, 204 in Anuppur, 177 in Khandwa, 176 in Datia, 167 in Satna, 155 in Hoshangabad, 153 in Umaria and the rest in other districts.
Medical Education Minister Vishwas Sarang, Chief Secretary Iqbal Singh Bains, Additional Chief Secretary Health Mohammad Suleman and other officials were present at the meeting – Window to News
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