- In the meeting of the State Council of Ministers, there was an agreement on Modified Lockdown-2 on Sunday.
- From June 8, now three-tier public discipline Modified Lockdown-2 will be applicable
- Suggestions received for this in the meeting of the State Council of Ministers
- Based on the suggestions, the Home Department issued detailed guidelines on Monday.
The cabinet expressed concern over the inadequate supply of black fungus medicine by the Center in the state and stressed for more coordinated efforts with the central government to ensure its supply commensurate with the number of patients. Along with this, emphasis has also been laid on contacting various companies at the state level.
The Council of Ministers expressed satisfaction that the State Government has ensured the availability of vital vials for the survival of the patients by sending special aircraft to Mumbai for the prevention of Black Fungus in this time of crisis. Efforts were made at every level to provide proper treatment to the patients of black fungus in the meeting.
In the meeting, the in-charge ministers gave feedback about the visits to the districts under their charge and apprised them about the preparations for the third wave. The ministers in charge gave information about the status of corona infection during the visits, vaccination, decline in infection due to public discipline lockdown, availability of oxygen, progress of the work of setting up oxygen generation plants, expansion of medical facilities at CHC and PHC level. . It was informed in the meeting that the teams constituted for the survey of patients having symptoms of cough and cold (ILI) are working continuously in rural areas. Through them, important contribution is being made towards preventing corona infection by distributing medicine kits from door to door.
It was told in the meeting that Rajasthan is among the leading states of the country in all standards of vaccination and war against Corona. Vaccine dose wastage in the state is only around 2 percent, which is much less than the national average of 6 percent vaccine wastage and 10 percent allowed by the Government of India. The Council of Ministers expressed concern over the central government not having smooth supply of vaccine for the age group of 18 to 44 and said that without vaccination it will not be easy to tackle the challenge of infection.
It was informed in the meeting that due to efficient management of the state government and effective enforcement of public discipline, the lockdown has helped in reducing the number of active patients in the state. Various business activities have been given some relaxation under the modified lockdown. But the threat of corona is not over yet. In many countries of the world, the infection has increased after the unlock and there are fears of a third wave coming there. In such a situation, we have to continuously adopt covid appropriate behavior. Wearing of masks and strict adherence to social distancing protocol should be ensured at every level. At the same time, it is also the advice of medical experts that it would be appropriate to take a decision keeping in mind all the possibilities of infection by not simultaneously relaxing the restrictions of the lockdown.
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