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COVID-19: Uttar Pradesh begins notifying non-public hospitals




BMC data till April 8: Five ards account for 55 per cent COVID-19 positive cases The Secondary training division on Thursday determined to contribute at some point wage of its workers to the COVID reduction fund. The reduction quantities to Rs 20.36 crore. (File)

To strengthen its medical amenities in view of accelerating coronavirus circumstances, the state authorities is notifying non-public hospitals that, if want be, the hospitals can be utilized to deal with COVID-19 sufferers at a five-day discover.

It has to this point earmarked six such hospitals and is specializing in districts and cities that lack large hospitals. After earmarking a hospital, officers, relying on the necessity, will ask it to shift sufferers to different hospitals and sanitize the premises inside 5 days.

On direct profit switch and COVID fund

Awasthi stated 11.81 lakh staff have acquired Rs 1000 into their accounts via direct profit switch.

The Secondary training division on Thursday determined to contribute at some point wage of its workers to the COVID reduction fund. The reduction quantities to Rs 20.36 crore.

The Minority Welfare and Waqf Department stated its workers would additionally contribute one-day pay to the reduction fund. The contribution quantities to Rs 1.79 crore.

The transfer comes after Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath instructed officers to pool in sufferers from districts the place just one or two coronavirus circumstances have reported, to make sure higher use of medical assets.

“Now, we have started notifying private hospitals in the small cities, where there are no big hospitals. Yesterday (Thursday), six private hospitals were notified. These hospitals would be given five days withing which their patients would be transferred and their premises would be sanitised for use,” stated Principal Secretary (Health) Amit Mohan Prasad.

He stated, “The isolation beds in the state are 9,442. There are 12,119 quarantine beds available. There are 5,734 symptomatic people are there in quarantine facilities. A total of 412 patients are in isolation wards. The number of persons under surveillance after their return from a foreign country is 63,855, and 43140 of them have completed the 28-day period. The protocol is that if a person is in a quarantine facility and is found positive, we shift him to a hospital isolation ward. Those found negative are kept in quarantine for 14 days after which we request them to stay in home quarantine for another 14 days. We have tested 7,451 samples so far and 6,953 of them are negative.”

As many as 1.25 lakh individuals are residing in 5,030 shelter properties for quarantine. Meanwhile, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has directed an audit of ventilators in authorities hospitals.

On hotspots

Additional Chief Secretary Awanish Kumar Awasthi stated that Adityanath held a assessment assembly with senior administrative officers and instructed them to not enable motion, besides these of door step supply and well being and sanitation staff, close to hotspots in 15 districts.

On direct profit switch and COVID fund

Awasthi stated 11.81 lakh staff have acquired Rs 1000 into their accounts via direct profit switch.

The Secondary training division on Thursday determined to contribute at some point wage of its workers to the COVID reduction fund. The reduction quantities to Rs 20.36 crore.

The Minority Welfare and Waqf Department stated its workers would additionally contribute one-day pay to the reduction fund. The contribution quantities to Rs 1.79 crore.

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