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One More COVID 19

Cabinet Secretary Rajiv Gauba took a video conference with Chief Secretaries of all States and Union Territories on 9 March.

He emphasized upon actions like surveillance at Points of Entry (PoE), surveillance in the community, laboratory support and hospital preparedness.
Mr.Gauba  called upon State Governments to scale up logistics, quarantine facilities, capacity building, information management and risk communication. 
One more new case has been reported from Punjab. Thus, as of now there are 44 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the country (3 positive cases from Kerala which are now discharged).
As many as 11,913 cases are under IDSP community follow up. 404 Indian contacts of the US citizen tested positive in Bhutan have been identified and put under surveillance in Assam. 
A total of 9,41,717 international passengers from 8,827 flights have been screened at airports till now with 54 passengers being referred to IDSP/ hospitals. 
To meet the increasing demand and convenient screening of passengers, manpower deployed at airports have been substantially increased.

There are now 286 doctors, 160 nurses and 295 paramedics stationed at airports across the country.
 


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