Maintain Covid-19 vigil and protocol compliance on ground: CM Yogi tells officials

CM Yogi also said that medical testing has an important role in breaking the chain of Covid-19 and it should be carried on with full capacity. It should also be ensured that 1/3rd of tests are done with RTPCR and the remaining 2/3rd tests are rapid antigen tests.

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New Delhi: in wake of second wave of Covid-19 in neighbouring states especially Delhi, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has asked officials to ensure complete vigilance in the state and the putting in place, prevention and treatment of coronavirus.

The Chief Minister, presiding over an unlock review meeting at his official residence, said that people should continuously be made aware about Covid-19 and the public address system should be further activated.

Public address systems of the home, rural development, urban development, revenue, health and industrial development departments should be used to make people aware of Covid-19.

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“To ensure that people regularly use mask, the District Magistrate, Senior Superintendent of Police and the Chief Medical Officer of all the districts should hold a meeting with various organisations and NGOs,” CM Yogi said.

The Chief Minister also directed to take action against those who donot wear masks.

CM Yogi also said that medical testing has an important role in breaking the chain of Covid-19 and it should be carried on with full capacity. It should also be ensured that 1/3rd of tests are done with RTPCR and the remaining 2/3rd tests are rapid antigen tests.

The Chief Minister also instructed the District Magistrates and Chief Medical Officers to conduct review meeting in the Covid-19 hospital and Integrated Command and Control Centre in the morning.

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“Sanjivani app should be widely published so that more and more people can get the benefit of the online OPD service through it,” he said.

Directing the Chief Secretary to review the department wise budget allocation and the amount spent against it, the CM said that he will himself review the expenditure status of the departmental budgets.