Patna: Bihar While interacting with the media through video conferencing in Patna, capital, Information and Public Relations Department Secretary Anupam Kumar gave an updated information about the work being done by the government regarding the prevention of corona infection and the water level of various rivers.
Secretary Anupam Kumar said that every day, in-depth review of the current situation of Kovid-19 and floods, all necessary guidelines are being given for corrective action. The number of testing is being increased continuously and now demand based testing facility has been made available at all primary health centers.
He said that special emphasis has been given to increase the quality of treatment in hospitals and all necessary steps are being taken to ensure that people do not have any problem in getting admission.
The government has decided that if a government servant dies unfortunately due to Kovid-19 infection and if his family does not want to take advantage of compassion, his family will get full salary till the date of his retirement. This will be called a special family pension and thereafter the family pension will also be available. Whatever assistance is possible from the level of the government will be given, for this the government is constantly taking necessary action.
Health Department Secretary Lokesh Kumar Singh said that 1,536 people have become healthy from Corona in the last 24 hours and so far 27,844 people have recovered from Kovid-19 infection. Thus the recovery rate of Bihar is 67.73 percent.
Since July 26, 812 cases of Kovid-19 have been reported, while 1,380 corona infections of July 25 and earlier have also been reported. Currently, there are 13,011 active patients of Kovid-19 in Bihar. He said that 14,236 samples have been investigated in the last 24 hours and the total number of investigations done so far is 4,70,560.
Lokesh Kumar Singh said that the Health Department is constantly working to increase the number of investigations to the maximum so that the demand based investigation of the people can be done in an accessible manner. For this, rapid antigen kits have been made available at all primary health centers and arrangements have been made to provide reports at the PHC level itself. Special emphasis has been laid on contact tracing so that more investigation can be done.
Jitendra Kumar, Additional Director General of Police, Police Headquarters told that the guidelines issued by the government under Unlock-2 implemented from July 1 are being complied with. In the last 24 hours, 01 scandal has been registered and 06 persons have been arrested.
During this time, 825 vehicles have been seized and an amount of Rs 18 lakh 65 thousand 700 has been recovered as fine. Thus, since July 1, 38 cases have been registered and 40 persons have been arrested. A total of 22,143 vehicles have been seized and an amount of about Rs 05 crore 21 lakh has been recovered as fine.
He informed that continuous action is being taken against those who do not wear masks in public places. An amount of Rs 06 lakh 07 thousand 600 has been recovered from 12,152 persons who did not wear masks in the last 24 hours.
In this way, a fine of Rs 60 lakh 10 thousand 500 has been recovered from 1,20,210 persons who have not worn masks since July 05. Strict steps are being taken against those being taken to deal with Kovid-19 and those who are obstructing to follow the new guidelines.