– More than 340 cases of Omicron in India, PM Modi reviewed the meeting


New Delhi. new cases of corona virus in india Variant Coronavirus Omicron Variant The cases are increasing rapidly. Amidst increasing cases of new variants of infection Prime Minister Narendra Modi held a review meeting on Thursday. The Prime Minister reviewed the latest situation of the global pandemic in the country with health experts and officials and discussed future steps. The PM said in the meeting, “We should be cautious and careful in view of the new form of corona, Omicron.”

Let’s know 10 highlights of PM Modi’s review meeting on Omicron variants…

PM Modi said, “The government is alert, monitoring the emerging situation, taking proactive steps ahead of time and keeping the situation under control and its management as per the stand of ‘entire government’.” Prime Minister Narendra Modi called for effective use of IT mediums for tele-medicine and remote consultation. Also said that it is important for the states that the oxygen supply equipment should be fully operational.

He said that along with promoting health infrastructure, the emphasis should be on expediting contact tracing, testing and vaccination in an effective and rapid manner. According to the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO), the Center will help those states. Teams will be sent where vaccinations are low, cases of covid are increasing and health infrastructure is not adequate.

The pace of new variants of Corona seems to be accelerating across the country. On Thursday evening, increasing the figures of Omicron, this number crossed 300. After which the cases so far have gone up to 346. In which the maximum 65 cases have been reported in Maharashtra, 57 in Delhi, 38 in Telangana, 34 in Tamil Nadu, 29 in Kerala and Haryana.

The PMO said that the Prime Minister instructed the officials that in view of the new nature of Kovid-19, “we should be alert and careful and at the same time the need to follow all the measures and guidelines to prevent Kovid-19 is still very much.” is necessary”. According to the PMO, the Prime Minister directed the officials to ensure the strengthening of the health system at the district level in the states so that the challenges of Omicron can be dealt with.

He said it is important for the states to ensure that the oxygen supply equipment is properly installed and functioning properly. He asked the officials to keep in constant touch with the states and take stock of the preparedness regarding the strengthening of the health infrastructure. He told the officers that methods like tele-medicine and tele-consultation should be used effectively.

Cabinet Secretary and NITI Aayog Member (Health) VK Paul, Union Home Secretary AK Bhalla, Director General of ICMR Balram Bhargava, Urban Department Secretary Durga Shankar Mishra, Principal Scientific Advisor to the Central Government K Vijay Raghavan and other senior officials attended the meeting. were present. This meeting has taken place at a time when 236 cases of ‘Omicron’ have been reported in India, out of which 104 people have become infection free or have migrated to other places. These cases were reported in 16 states and union territories.

The Union Health Ministry said that Maharashtra has the highest number of 65 cases of ‘Omicron’ form, 64 in Delhi, 24 in Telangana, 21 in Rajasthan, 19 in Karnataka and 15 in Kerala.

The central government on Tuesday told the states and union territories that the omicron form of the coronavirus is at least three times more contagious than its delta form and strict and strict measures are being taken at the district and local level with the activation of emergency operation centers. Prompt preventive action should be taken.

In a letter to states and union territories, Union Health Secretary Rajesh Bhushan called for implementing strategic decisions like imposing night curfew, strict regulation of large gatherings, reducing the number of people attending weddings and funerals, besides increasing testing and surveillance. gave advice.

The letter highlights the measures that need to be taken to detect the early signs of increase in the cases of Kovid-19 in different parts of the country as well as the concern Omicron. In view of the infectiousness of Omicron, there is also a demand to give booster dose of anti-Covid vaccine in the country. Booster doses are also being given in many countries.

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