Coronavirus|All set to assist Delhi fight pandemic, says Amarinder Singh
” Nobody understands when a second wave will strike Punjab … but it is a practically certain eventuality”
Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh. Submit.
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” Nobody knows when a second wave will strike Punjab … but it is a practically particular eventuality”
Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh said on Saturday that the State was prepared to assist Delhi handle its spiralling COVID-19 cases
” Delhi is fighting a difficult fight, and we exist to assist if needed. I have stated this earlier likewise,” he said. “While no one understands when the 2nd wave of the epidemic will strike Punjab, experience of the nationwide capital area and other States show that it is a nearly certain possibility.” He ensured individuals that the federal government was taking all possible measures to fulfill the circumstance.
He was speaking after digitally launching 107 health and wellness centres to enhance healthcare facilities in the State and offer health services to clients at their doorsteps, in both rural and urban areas.
While it was the task of the State federal government to support health care and other frontline employees, a number of whom had been contaminated and some had even lost their lives, it was also the obligation of individuals to actively partner the State in the battle versus the pandemic by strictly following safety norms, the Chief Minister said.
Health Minister Balbir Singh Sidhu said the State federal government was transforming all health sub-centres into health and wellness centres in a phased way to supply quality health care services to the clients, specifically in villages. Given That March 2019, almost 55.8 lakh individuals had availed themselves of the out-patient department (OPD) services, another 20 lakh had been evaluated for hypertension, 12 lakh for diabetes and 17 lakh for cancer (oral, breast and cervical). Apart from these, 14 lakh clients had been provided medications and different diagnostic tests were done on 18 lakh patients, he stated.
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