DC Rajouri reviews COVID19 containment measures in the district


_5000 persons to be vaccinated per day;1000 samples for RT- PCR and 2000 for RAT testing to be collected per day_

_No person to enter in any Government Office without COVID -Ve report_

Rajouri, April, 05: To review the measures being taken for the effective containment and management of COVID19 in the district, Deputy Commissioner Rajouri, Rajesh K Shavan on Monday convened a meeting with the concerned officers.

The meeting was attended by the ADC Rajouri, Sher Singh; Additional SP, Liyaqat Chowdhury; DSEO, Bilal Rashid Mir; CEO Education, Gulzar Hussain; CMO, Dr Shamim Un Nissa Bhatti; Dy.CMO, Dr Anees Altaf Nabi; DHO, Dr Parveen Yograj; DIO NIC, Muzaffar Mir; ADIO NIC, Ashwini Sharma besides the Block Medical Officers and Arogya Mitra also attended the meeting.

During the meeting, the DC sought a detailed report from the concerned officer regarding the steps being taken for the efficient containment and management of COVID19 in the district who in turn briefed the meeting about the same.

While giving details about the vaccination drive being carried out in the district, the meeting was informed so far as many as 40036 persons in the district have been vaccinated during the first and the second phase and that the third phase of the COVID19 vaccination drive has started from first April and as many as 179875 persons above the age of forty-five years have been targeted to be vaccinated at 46 different locations in this phase.DC directed the concerned officer to vaccinate 5000 persons per day in the third phase and motivate the people to get themselves vaccinated and take the assistance of Lok Mitra and PRIs in this regard.

Regarding the collection of samples for testing of COVID19, the DC asked the concerned officer to collect 1000 samples for RT- PCR and 2000 for RAT testing in the district. DC also made it clear that no person shall be allowed to enter any Government office without COVID -Ve report.

The Deputy Commissioner directed the concerned officers to generate mass awareness of the ways which can be adopted to remain safe from the CoronaVirus infection and also take strict action against those who violate COVID19 protocols.

Deputy Commissioner also reviewed the progress regarding the registration of the beneficiaries under the SEHAT scheme in different blocks of the district and directed the concerned officers to motivate the people to get themselves registered under the said scheme so that they can avail themselves of the necessary benefits under the scheme.

Deputy Commissioner directed the concerned officer to make the newly generated IDs of 100 CSCs functional at the earliest to ensure the saturation of the district under SEHAT Scheme.He directed the concerned to complete the target regarding the registration of all the beneficiaries of the district by 05th May this year.(The AWAM NEWS)


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