Coronavirus: Do you want to stop the spread of the virus? The way to do it in Bhilwara
No confirmed cases of coronavirus have been reported in the region in the last five days due to becoming a hot spot
Cabinet Secretary Rajiv Goba told countries that they could explore the use of the bhilwara model to control the spread
Just a week ago, bhilwara was a source of alarm for policymakers. Today, Rajasthan’s textile cities offer valuable lessons in the war against covid-19.
No new coronavirus infections have been reported in the last five days, thanks to strict blockages, strategic containment plans or specialized medical care efforts, until recently a new outbreak of coronavirus infection.
Prior to the severe repression, bhilwara was the most affected area in Rajasthan, with a total of 27 cases and was highlighted in national statistics. However, no new cases have been reported since 2 April and, in fact, 17 cases have been recovered. In a meeting with state government officials, trade union cabinet secretary Rajiv Goba pointed out the example of bhilwara, suggesting that this is a possible model to curb the spread of covid-19.
How could Bhilwara reverse the tide?
Although covid-19 tests at the national level were found to be fairly low, the State stated that it had examined nearly 50 million people and had so far tested 11.7 million households. “There are 34 places in Rajasthan where curfews are being imposed,” Chief Minister Asauk Gallo said. Anyone that is two kilometers is blocked and checked.” However, gehlot expressed concern about cases without a history of travel or exposure to patients with Covid-19.
“People with travel history or contact with positive patients are being quarantined and examined,” the Chief Minister said. We closed the border after learning that the doctors at Gbarnga Hospital are positive for the bhilwara virus, which is becoming our place of study.” Since then, 2.2 million village families and about 1 million urban families have been tested to stop the spread of raw fish.
According to the Government of Rajasthan, health workers, family guards, police personnel, government officials and all others work without interruption.
“We are now on the basis of war and are engaged in a six-party process, starting with the imposition of curfews and the coordination of police investigations into the settlements in which visitors to the Bengal hospital may be living in these settlements,” said Harundella Mahawala, chief of police of bhilwara.
Police contacted more than 5,000 people at Bangal Hospital, and officials inspected inpatient and outpatient patients to break the contamination chain and put them in isolation in just two days.
“We work at the same time on prevention and treatment, both to contain outbreaks, and we follow patients regularly even after our release. The blockade plays an important role in breaking the chain of patients”, Medical and Health Director.
The Government has acquired 42 hospitals, provided special beds for positive patients and prepared 1,551 beds for isolation in hotels and other similar institutions. An infrastructure of between 10,000 and 15,000 beds could be developed if necessary.
Over the past few days, between 2.5 million and 3 million inspections have been carried out and reports are sent daily to local judges or police commissioners. He said, “We blocked the city, and then strictly closed all regional borders. The urban population has been evaluated at least three times, and the number of people with normal cough and cold due to climate change (flu-like disease) has reached thousands, has also been examined and investigated.” Symptoms are isolated or isolated.