The current scenario
Akola (Zafar Khan) Date 31: There are three active COVID-19 patients in the district; they have been kept in home isolation and are undergoing treatment. The district administration has appealed to the citizens to follow the guidelines.
Two men have been infected with Corona in Panchgavan of Telhara taluka; their ages are 28 and 42. According to District Health Officer Dr., a 38-year-old woman from the district was found infected with COVID-19 in Durgwara of Morshi Taluka of Amravati district and is undergoing treatment in home isolation there. Given by Baliram Gadve.
Earlier, a COVID-19-positive patient was found in the Akola municipal area. The patient had mild symptoms. Therefore, treatment was done in home isolation. It is known that this patient is JN-1-positive. Received on December 24. The doctor said that currently, the patient is fine and has no symptoms.
In all health institutions, if respiratory disease and similar symptoms are found, swabs are taken and sent to the laboratory, and appropriate treatment is being done. He has appealed to the citizens to take precautions like hand hygiene, the use of masks in crowds, and getting tested immediately if symptoms like a cold, fever, cough,or body ache are found.
Collector Ajit Kumbhar has also inspected the health system and given instructions to keep the testing and treatment facilities equipped. Similarly,citizens are urged to follow the guidelines.
Inspection of the health system by the collector
The COVID variant JN-1 is spreading rapidly all over the world. For this, it is important to be alert and careful with time, considering past experience. Arrangements related to COVID should be equipped in the government hospital of the district. A team of doctors, an adequate stock of medicines, and COVID test kits should be kept available to deal with any situation. Collector Ajit Kumhar has appealed to the citizens to follow the COVID guidelines.
In view of the outbreak of the newly emerged variant of COVID-19, Collector Shri Kumbhar visited the Government Medical College and General Hospital on Saturday and reviewed the health system by inspecting the COVID ward, oxygen plant, and testing laboratory. Founder Dr. Many health officials, including Meenakshi Gajbhiye, were present on this occasion.
Mr. Kumbhar said that by working together, we have all achieved success in stopping the wave of COVID. Now there is a need to be cautious of the new variant, JN-One. On this occasion, he appealed to the citizens to follow the three principles along with the COVID guidelines.
Machines should be updated for COVID testing facilities in government hospitals. For this, an adequate stock of kits should be kept available. If the patient tests positive, appropriate medication should be provided to the concerned patient. All suspected patients coming to the medical hospital should be examined, and information should be collected. Mr. Kumbhar has appealed to the citizens to strictly follow the rules of using masks in crowded places, cleaning hands, maintaining social distance, and getting tested immediately if symptoms appear.