There should be no shortage of money to provide facilities to the people affected by corona: Yogi

There should be no shortage of money to provide facilities to the people affected by corona: Yogi

Lucknow. Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath  covid-19While giving instructions to provide all necessary facilities to the affected people, on Thursday, there should be no shortage of funds for this. Instructing to provide additional funds for this, Yogi said that Rs 3 crore should be made available to districts with less than 25 lakh population and Rs 5 crore to districts with more than 25 lakh population. The Chief Minister was reviewing the unlocked system at a high-level meeting convened at his government residence here. He said that to strengthen the treatment system of Kovid-19 at the district level, the expenditure of this amount will be spent by the District Magistrate, It should be done on the recommendation of the committee of Chief Development Officer and Chief Medical Officer. He instructed that beds infected with covid-19 should be available in Kovid Hospital. He said that adequate number of beds should be ensured in L-2 and L-3 Kovid hospitals. Senior doctors visit all covid hospitals.

The Chief Minister said that along with all the basic facilities including oxygen in Kovid hospitals, arrangement of ventilators should also be ensured on the basis of hospital category. Technology should be used to monitor patients living in isolated houses at home. Instructing the Yogi to further increase the investigation, he said that more than one lakh investigations should be done daily. 40 thousand tests should be done daily through RTPCR and 65 thousand tests by rapid antigen test method. He directed the Director, SGPGI to send a team of specialist doctors to the medical colleges of Kanpur, Varanasi, Prayagraj, Bareilly, Jhansi and Gorakhpur and said that special efforts should be made to improve the treatment system of Kovid-19 in these districts. District Magistrate of concerned district, Chief Medical Officer, Principal of Medical College, Senior Faculty member, during the visit of team of expert doctors Deputy CMOs and ventilator operators in charge of Kovid hospitals will be present. The Chief Minister has also directed to constitute a team to ensure necessary coordination in the district Lucknow. This Kovid will visit the hospitals and get information about the medical arrangements of these hospitals and will also ensure other arrangements as needed. 

He instructed the Director General, Health to be in charge of each Kovid Hospital and the Chief Medical Officer and the Director General, Medical Education to maintain a constant dialogue with the Principal of each medical college. Yogi said that effective detection of people coming in contact with patients, door-to-door survey work and system of antigen test for people with suspected symptoms of Kovid infection should be continued. L-2 Kovid Hospital should be established in every district. A Nodal Officer should be nominated for this task. He said that 50 percent of ambulance service of '108' ambulance service should be used for Kovid patients and remaining 50 percent for Ger-Kovid patients. Also clarified that ambulance engaged in Kovid work should be used only in cases of Kovid. Ensure that ambulance personnel receive salaries, masks, The problem of gloves etc. should not come. The Chief Minister said that some private rooms should also be arranged for Kovid patients admitted in Lucknow-based SGPGI and King George Medical University (KGMU). He said that this facility should be provided to the Kovid patients admitted to SGPGI, KGMU and Dr. Ram Manohar Lohia Medical Institute, who need dialysis. The Chief Minister instructed the Pediatric Institute of BRD Medical College, Gorakhpur to be prepared by August 15, 2020 in every case. This facility should be made available to them. The Chief Minister instructed the Pediatric Institute of BRD Medical College, Gorakhpur to be prepared by August 15, 2020 in every case. This facility should be made available to them. The Chief Minister instructed the Pediatric Institute of BRD Medical College, Gorakhpur to be prepared by August 15, 2020 in every case.