In view of the situation of coronavirus infection in Uttar Pradesh, the Yogi Adityanath government is constantly increasing its vigor. The two-day weekly detention has been extended to four days, after three days. The first weekly detention was on May 3 and then on May 6. Now it has been increased to seven o'clock on Monday, May 10. As per the government's decision, the lockdown has been extended by four more days. During this period, there will be complete closure, but shops of essential goods and essential services will continue.
Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has been continuously expressing concern over the rise in Corona infection. The current strain of Kovid is constantly changing. It is 30 to 50 times more infectious than the first wave. To curb the uncontrollable Corona infection, the government is now seen to be gradually increasing its strictness. After taking the two-day weekly detention for three days, the government has now reduced it to 7 am on May 10.
Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has said in a meeting with team-9 that the government is constantly taking necessary steps to break the chain of corona infection. Statewide weekly detention is effective. It is being extended further. Now, partial corona curfew will remain in the state till 7 am on Monday. Necessary and compulsory services will continue in this period. Drugs, vegetable shops, industrial units etc. will continue to operate.
Door to door corona investigation team in villages: In view of increasing cases of corona in rural areas, a door-to-door investigation campaign has been started from Wednesday. This campaign will run till May 9. During this time information will be taken about every person in the village, people who have symptoms of corona or who have returned from other states will be given a Kovid investigation. A micro plan has been prepared to control the infection of Kovid-19 in rural areas. Teams have been formed for this. Each team has been given the responsibility of 1000 people. This team will go to the village. Will take information about people's health. If someone in the family has a fever, they will provide medical kit.
State Advisory Committee constituted for prevention of Kovid: The State Advisory Committee has been constituted to give necessary consultation to the Government from time to time for prevention and treatment of second wave of corona infection. The Department of Medical Education has issued an order in this regard on Tuesday. The committee constituted under the chairmanship of Dr. RK Dhiman, Investor of Sanjay Gandhi Postgraduate Institute of Medical Sciences, Rajdhani, Vice-Chancellor of King George Medical University, Dr. Le. General Vipin Puri, Vice-Chancellor of Atal Bihari Vajpayee Medical University, Lucknow, Dr. AK Singh, Dr. Ram Manohar Lohia Director of Institute of Medical Sciences, Dr. Sonia Nityananda, Dr. Rakesh Kapoor of Medanta Hospital, Prof. of Pulmonary Medicine Department of SGPGI. RK Singh, Dr. Alok Nath of SGPGI, Dr. Ved Prakash of Department of Pulmonary Medicine, KGMU, Dr. Rakesh Gupta, Director of Super Specialty Pediatric Hospital Greater Noida, Dr. BP Singh of Midland Hospital, Lucknow.
Category: India: Uttar Pradesh