Senior IAS officers together with Rahul Tewari, and Ajoy Sharma to handle and oversee operations of those services
CHANDIGARH: To sort out the spiking Covid caseloads in an efficient and environment friendly method, Punjab Government on tenth May constituted two separate dedicated control rooms for streamlining problem of oxygen provide and availability of beds.
Senior IAS Officer Rahul Tewari is heading the Oxygen Control Room alongwith IAS officers Tanu Kashyap, Abhinav Trikha, Pradeep Aggarwal, and Shaukat Ahmed Pairi as members, whereas the hospital mattress avaialibility shall be below the supervision of Ajoy Sharma, IAS together with IAS officers Vijay Naamdeo Zaade, Mohammad Tayyab, Vipul Ujjwal, Praveen Kumar Thind, as members.
Chairing a gathering of the Oxygen control room Rahul Tewari mentioned that now all capabilities of each control rooms shall be out there for public viewing at web site statecovidcontrolroom.punjab.gov.in, which shall be operational from tomorrow afternoon. He mentioned Oxygen avaialibility is being assessed repeatedly and all preparations are being made to sort out with any emergent scenario. It is high most precedence of state authorities to make sure unhindered oxygen provide and availability of beds to sufferers, he added.
He additionally shared that residents could be made out there common up to date data on social media platforms together with Facebook, and Twitter concerning avaialibility of each oxygen and beds.