AFTER BUDHLADA city in Mansa emerged as a COVID-19 hotspot with 11 individuals testing optimistic, the district police, with the assistance of psychologists, have began telephonic counseling for sufferers in addition to suspected circumstances.
Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP), Mansa, Dr Narinder Bhargav began this drive, by calling some COVID-19 sufferers on Friday. The transfer is aimed toward boosting the arrogance of the sufferers to battle the illness.
Of the 11 sufferers, 5 are related to Tablighi Jamaat and the six others are their contacts. Dr Bhargav mentioned Budhlada city has been sealed and phone tracing survey is being carried out collectively by the well being, police administration and civil administration.
“Mansa police has found that residents in different areas and persons who are in home quarantine and isolation need counseling,” he mentioned.
He added that Mansa police has shaped self assist teams comprising psychologists and psychiatrists, who will counsel such individuals to assist enhance their confidence.
The train has been began on the police management room within the presence of the SSP, who has instructed psychologists, psychiatrists and police officers to counsel such individuals to spice up their self-confidence, which may also give them the desire to battle the coronavirus. Dr Harpal Sran and Dr Manoj Goyal are a part of the group, aside from counselors led by Ajaypal.
Phone numbers of the self assist teams have been offered to the sufferers.
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