CHANDIGARH: Chief Secretary Vini Mahajan right here immediately chaired a digital meeting of State Health Response and Procurement Committee of the Department of Health, Medical Education and School Education.
During the meeting she reviewed and mentioned with experts, the potential steps to successfully tackle the unfold throughout second wave.
Dr. Mandeep Bhandari, Joint Secretary to Government of India, who had just lately visited Punjab as head of the Central staff alongside with Dr Lakshmi from PGIMER shared their observations that the COVID unfold in Punjab isn’t just particular to colleges alone as different locations are additionally affected and the first cause for surge in instances within the state is as a result of persons are not following COVID Appropriate Behaviors and never religously abiding the COVID security protocols.
Principal Secretary Medical Education Sh DK Tewari knowledgeable that in Medical Colleges, college students are getting examined each 15 days and no positivity has been discovered but. He additional confirmed that each one Government Labs are purposeful for RTPCR testing with a mixed capability of greater than 30000 checks per day.
Chief Secretary directed the Health and Medical Education Departments to strengthen their therapy services to deal with second wave and fill their remaining vacancies on precedence.
Ms. Vini Mahjan mentioned that the Government is protecting a detailed watch and relying upon the state of affairs, the choice to cut back occupancy or closure of eating places, .malls and cinema homes will probably be taken in coming days.
Principal Secretary Health and Family Welfare, Sh Hussan Lal acknowledged that the variety of vaccination websites could be prolonged to District Hospitals, Sub divisional Hospitals and Community Health Centred to facilitate vaccination of eligible normal inhabitants.
Prof. KK Talwar, Chairman Advisory Group (Health & Medical Education) Punjab Government, Sh Kumar Rahul, Secretary Health & MD NHM Punjab, Sh Amit Kumar, Special Secretary Health, Punjab, Dr GB Singh, Director Health Services Punjab and Prof. Rajesh Kumar Executive Director SHSRC, Punjab had been among the many different prominant officers who attended the meeting.