News Desk, Amar Ujala, Lucknow
Updated Wed, 18 Nov 2020 01:01 PM IST
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The Chief Secretary was brainstorming preventive measures with Kovid-19 along with senior administrative officials. He said that positive cases are increasing in Delhi. Therefore, special vigilance is required in the border districts. Antigen tests should also be done on random basis for passengers of major trains, airplanes and buses coming from outside.
He said that adequate staff, medicines, oxygen, beds and other necessary equipments should be available in all Kovid hospitals. Regular monitoring should also be done. Time for doctors to take rounds should be pasted on the notice board. Separately 1-1 officers should be posted in all Kovid hospitals, who regularly submit their reports after checking CCTV footage and video recordings. The districts where more cases of death from Kovid are coming up should be reviewed separately. Taking the cases of death seriously in Meerut, he instructed to send the team under the leadership of Principal Secretary Medical and Health Alok Kumar. All the senior officers including Additional Chief Secretary Medical Education Dr. Rajneesh Dubey, Additional Chief Secretary Medical and Health Amit Mohan Prasad, Principal Secretary Medical and Health Alok Kumar and Secretary Chief Minister Alok Kumar were present in the meeting through video conferencing.