Thursday, May 21, 2020

Uttar Pradesh CM directs to increase beds in COVID-19 hospitals to 1 lakh by month-end

UP Chief Minister Adityanath Yogi.

Lucknow: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Thursday coordinated the concerned authorities in the state to expand the quantity of beds in COVID-19 emergency clinics to one lakh before the current month's over. Boss Minister Yogi Adityanath held a gathering with the officials of 'Coronavirus supervisory group 11' today. 

As indicated by a public statement, "the UP CM communicated fulfillment over the accessibility of 78,033 beds in L1,L2 and COVID medical clinics in the state and coordinated to expand the quantity of beds to 1 lakh before the current month's over." 

He coordinated that it should be guaranteed that specialists take standard rounds (examination) of COVID emergency clinics while nursing and para-clinical staff to be accessible according to their timetable consistently. 

He coordinated for the accessibility of PPE units, N-95 covers, three-layer veils, sanitizers, drugs and other fundamental hardware according to the necessities in the emergency clinics. 

The Chief Minister coordinated to build the quantity of tests for CIVID-19 to 10,000 tests for every day. He said that choice is taken for setting up a testing lab in each locale and hence it must be done appropriately so that all the more testing should be possible. 

He said in each region, the District Magistrate and region Supply Officer ought to guarantee the accessibility of food grains to all the destitute families. 

In Center's 20 lakh crore extraordinary financial bundle, he coordinated to push ahead the arrangement to give houses on low rest, it will likewise help in giving work to transient specialists/laborers. 

The central clergyman said doorstep conveyance game plans should be overseen easily in the regulation zone. (ANI)

Cyclone Amphan: Road Clearance, restoration work underway in West Bengal

Restoration work by NDRF personnel underway at Airport Road in Kolkata in West Bengal. (Photo: ANI)

Kolkata: Road leeway and rebuilding work by National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) faculty are in progress after very extreme cyclonic tempest Amphan hit West Bengal on Wednesday. 

"Serious cyclonic tempest Amphan over Bangladesh and connecting West Bengal coast moved north-northeastwards with a speed of 30 kmph during the previous six hours. Likely to keep on moving north-northeastwards and debilitate further into a profound wretchedness during the following three hours," the India Meteorological Department (IMD) expressed. 

NDRF Director-General SN Pradhan on Thursday shared on Twitter photos of rebuilding work by NDRF faculty at different areas in West Bengal, including North 24 Parganas, Purba Medinipur, Howrah, Kolkata and South 24 Parganas. 

Two people were murdered and 5,500 houses harmed in North 24 Parganas as twister Amphan hit West Bengal and left a path of decimation in the state. Two people continued extreme wounds.

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