BJP legislators urge chief minister to take immediate steps to prevent corona in rural areas


BJP legislators have written to Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik to take action to prevent covid infections in rural and tribal undeveloped areas of the state.

In a letter to the Chief Minister, BJP legislators demanded that the state’s rural health centers (from sub-centers to CHCs) be strengthened and the house-to-house testing and training conducted. The state’s CHCs (Community Health Centers) should provide at least 20 beds to provide emergency care to the rural Covid patients and provide them with the necessary doctors and other staff.

The district-level Covid Care Center should not only restrict the purchase of beds, but also provide the necessary doctors and other staff. Priority should be given to the availability of oxygen, ventilated beds and beds with ICUs. Medical equipment could not be used due to lack of technical staff and patients were dying. Technical personnel required for the use of ventilator operators, oxygen and other related equipment should be employed.

Many households infected with the Covid virus in rural areas have been relocated due to a lack of adequate sanitation, and the TMC, which is not functioning at the panchayat level, should be reopened, and the Covid Crisis Management Committee should be reopened at all levels. Under the auspices of the Covid Crisis Management Committee, there is a need to raise awareness among the people at the panchayat level.

MLA Mukesh Mahalinga, Lalitendu Vidyadhar Mohapatra, K. Narayan Rao and Prakash Soren were present.

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