. World News – AU – Chandigarh: In Phase Two, 10. 500 local frontline workers identified for vaccination


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In the second phase a total of 10. 500 Chandigarh Municipal Corporation frontline workers identified for vaccination. This was stated by the community commissioner KK Yadav at the meeting of the war room chaired by the UT administrator V P Singh Badnore.

The community commissioner informed the administrator that the data from almost 10. 500 employees at the forefront of urban society have also been put together and can be uploaded for vaccination in the second phase.

Similarly, data is being compiled for other frontline workers such as the police, civil defense, revenue and disaster management, he said.

In Chandigarh a total of 8. 830 registered health care workers, including private health care providers, to be vaccinated in the first phase. A walk-in refrigerator has been approved by the Government of India for the Union Territory of Chandigarh to boost vaccination efforts.

About the dry run, Mandip Singh Brar, Deputy Commissioner of Chandigarh, stated that he had closely monitored the dry run exercise, « and the exercise went smoothly ». .

He also advised the administrator that the staggering of health care workers for vaccinations needs to be done to ensure a more coordinated effort and the Government of India has already been asked to make the necessary changes to the portal.

In order to sensitize the private health care providers to the vaccination protocol, the health department organized on 29. December a webinar.

Post-Covid Care clinics also operate in GMCH-32 and GMSH-16, and around 20 such patients are monitored daily. Badnore appealed to all recovered Covid patients to utilize the Post-Covid Care Clinic facility so that any unexpected health issue can be resolved by professionals in a timely manner.

Dr. Jagat Ram, director of PGIMER, said at the meeting that the two-dose study for the Covishield vaccination, which was successfully conducted on 149 volunteers, has no adverse effects.

Dr. Amandeep Kang, DHS, GMSH-16 added that in the past 12 days a total of 12. 223 Covid samples were tested, of which 617 were found positive with a positivity rate of 5%.

It was also highlighted that the positivity rate was 5. 3% in the week between the 22nd. and 28. December 2020 have dropped to 4. 4% in the next week from 29. 12th. 2020 until 01. 03. 2021, which indicates a positive trend.

No dengue case was detected yesterday and a total of 265 dengue cases were detected, compared to 286 in the corresponding period last year. She also stated that the vaccination dry-run was successfully run at three locations in GMSH-16, Civil Hospital, Manimajra and Sector 22 Hospital to validate the end-to-end testing of the CoWin portal.

The director said they have 63 Covid patients in the Nehru Hospital Extension, 20 of whom are from Chandigarh, 26 from Punjab, eight from Haryana, five from Himachal Pradesh and the other states.

The director of the GMCH-32 director, Dr. Jasbinder Kaur, explained in the meeting that today OPDs for ENT, Neonatology, Pain Clinic and Pre-Anesthetic Examinations (PAC) have started and therefore all OPDs have been made functional. It was also found that all 34 samples of travelers returning to the UK were found negative.

Administrator, UT, Chandigarh commended the civil administration, especially the police, for the excellent job done on New Year’s Eve to keep the gathering of people free without additional restrictions like curfew etc.. to control. It was said that he was glad to note that no nasty incident had been reported that tarnished the opportunity.

He also congratulated the entire Chandigarh administration on receiving the Best Governed Union Territory Award from the Public Affairs Center in Bengaluru, based on the 2020 Public Affair Index.

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World News – AU – Chandigarh: In the second phase were 10. 500 frontline community workers identified for vaccination
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Chandigarh: 10,500 frontline community workers identified in the second phase for vaccination
Chandigarh MC compiles a list of 10500 frontline workers to receive Covid vaccine in Phase II
8830 HCWs registered for Phase I vaccination in Chandigarh
8,830 health care workers who are for the 1st. Phase of the Covid vaccination in Chandigarh are registered
8830 registered for vaccination

Ref: https://indianexpress.com


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