Chief Minister: Strict action should be taken against those who violate home quarantine



Local administrative staff should work under the leadership of village heads.

Keep communication with DM enlightened people for public awareness.

Take Covid-19’s new situation in the state as a challenge.

The Chief Minister Shri Trivendra Singh Rawat reviewed the status of Covid-19 in the state through video conferencing with senior officials and district officials of the government.

Chief Minister Shri Trivendra Singh Rawat said that the strictest action should be taken against those who violate home quarantine. Complaints made by village heads, ASHA workers, Anganwadi workers should be taken seriously. The Chief Minister was reviewing the status of Covid-19 in the state through video conferencing with senior government officials and district magistrates.
The Chief Minister said that people need to be constantly made aware of things like masks, sanitation, physical distance etc. Maintain dialogue with social workers, public representatives, media and other intellectuals of the society. Those who want to come to Uttarakhand, they have to be brought. People returning home from outside also have to be psychologically empowered and keep them busy. The Chief Minister said that for proper cleanliness of quarantine centers being constructed in villages, Rs. 5 thousand each are being given from NHM to Village Health and Sanitation Committees.
Pradhans are important parts of rural society. In view of this, the princes have been given responsibility. But this does not mean that they have to see this work alone. The village level administrative staff have to work under his leadership. Whatever expenditure is incurred by the princes, it should be reimbursed on priority basis.
Chief Minister said that in these days positive cases have increased more than before, but our preparation is better. Our record of patient care has been better. Has discharged responsibility in a better way so far. Now a new challenge has come. This challenge has to be met with practicality and efficiency. There is a long battle with Corona. We have to be psychologically prepared for this as well. Take support of social workers. Each ward should have a team of four to five people. Plans have to be worked out for the livelihood of the people. Seeds should be made available to farmers. Similarly, people should be benefited from the schemes announced by the Central and State Government.
Chief Secretary Mr. Utpal Kumar Singh said that the people who are coming to their homes from outside, have to constantly monitor them. In this, the District Magistrate should use rural level health workers. Every incoming person must be screened. Trace one case each. And their health should be checked. BRT should be kept active. Continuous contact is also maintained with the people coming through the call center. Those coming from the Red Zone have to be kept in Institutional Quarantine. Support of NGOs with good reputation can also be sought. Just as the cooperation of the princes is being taken in the villages, in the urban areas the local bodies will also be authorized. Councilors can play an important role in this.
DGP Shri Anil Kumar Raturi said that action is to be taken against those who violate quarantine, those who do not wear masks in public places, those who do not follow social distancing. We also have to explain to the people and action should be taken on what they do not understand.
Giving information about the updated status of Covid-19 in the state, Secretary Health, Shri Nitesh Jha said that positive cases are increasing after the arrival of people from outside. There have been 120 positive cases so far, out of which 53 have been recovered. There are 66 active cases. Of all the cases present, none is serious. He said that we have adequate number of ICU beds, ventilators, PPE kits, N95 masks, hospitals / facility centers.
Secretary Mr. Shailesh Bagoli informed that so far more than 2 lakh 33 thousand registrations have been done to return to the state. About 1 lakh 29 thousand people have returned. So far 10 trains have arrived. And 2 trains are en route. All checking is done according to the prescribed SOP. The District Collector is provided with complete details of the visitors.
Adviser to the Chief Minister, Mr. KS Panwar, Secretary Mr. Amit Negi, Mrs. Radhika Jha Mr. Dilip Jawalkar, DG Law and Order Mr. Ashok Kumar, Dr. Pankaj Kumar Pandey, along with other officers, District Magistrate were present.

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