new Delhi: Coronavirus Due to the increasing cases of the cabinet, the cabinet secretary has decided to review the situation of 9 states on Friday. The load of positive patients has increased rapidly in these 9 states of the country, which is why the central government has ordered to increase the number of tests with strictness everywhere.
These states include Telangana, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Jharkhand, Odisha, West Bengal and Assam, where active cases of infection in daily testing have increased rapidly, hence the management plan reviewed by the Central Government Has gone. The meeting was chaired by the Cabinet Secretary where it was agreed to handle the situation through cooperation and joint role between the Center and the states to prevent the epidemic. Health secretary of all 9 states was present in the meeting.
While the cabinet secretary conducted a detailed investigation on the response of the states, all the responsible officials of the state government shared experiences about the sudden increase in corona positive patients.
These states were asked to focus on the Containment Zone with speed up testing. At the same time, concern was also raised on areas where there has been less testing so far. The central government has asked the states to work more aggressively so that the situation of community transition can be prevented in every situation.
According to the guidelines of the Union Health Ministry, the Cabinet Secretary emphasized the right direction and strict effective steps in every container zone of these states. During this time, the identification and monitoring of the people who came in contact with the infected people was also discussed so that the chain of infection can be broken as soon as possible.
Emphasis was placed on continuous monitoring of the buffer zone outside the containment zone so that infection could be prevented from increasing in any case. Along with this, the states were asked to strengthen the health infrastructure here. In this episode, it has been asked to increase the number of beds, oxygen and ventilators in every district of the entire state, while increasing the medical quality was also discussed.