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सहारनपुर: कोरोना संक्रमित के इलाज में लापरवाही का वीडियो वायरल, फर्श पर लगाई ऑक्सीजन, मौत
न्यूज डेस्क, अमर उजाला, सहारनपुर Updated Sun, 30 Aug 2020 08:53 PM IST

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उत्तर प्रदेश के सहारनपुर मेडिकल में कोरोना संक्रमित के इलाज में लापरवाही बरतने का मामला सामने आया है। सोशल मीडिया पर एक वीडियो वायरल हो रहा है, जिसमें राजकीय मेडिकल कॉलेज के कोविड अस्पातल में एक महिला फर्श पर बैठी है। यह महिला वही आंगनबाड़ी कार्यकर्ता बताई जा रही है, जिसकी शनिवार को मेडिकल कॉलेज में कोरोना से मौत हुई है।

यह वीडियो उसी दिन का वायरल होने की बात कही जा रही है, जिस दिन महिला को भर्ती किया गया था। वीडियो बनाने वाला व्यक्ति बोल रहा है कि मेडिकल कॉलेज के कोविड अस्पताल में सरकार के आदेशों का अवहेलना की जा रही है। मरीजों को फर्श पर बिठाया जा रहा है।
ऐसे में यदि वास्तव में फर्श पर बैठी महिला वही आंगनबाड़ी कार्यकर्ता है, जिसकी शनिवार को कोरोना से मौत हुई है तो यह बड़ी लापरवाही है। जिस आंगनबाड़ी कार्यकर्ता की मौत हुई है वह कोरोना के प्रति जागरूकता के लिए डोर टू डोर सर्वे में शामिल थी।
महिला के परिजनों को मुआवजा दिए जाने की मांग भी उठने लगी है। उधर, प्राचार्य डॉ. दिनेश मार्तोलिया का कहना है कि इलाज में कोई लापरवाही नहीं बरती गई है। उनका कहना है कि महिला को हर संभव उपचार दिया गया है।



सहारनपुर: कोरोना संक्रमित के इलाज में लापरवाही का वीडियो वायरल, फर्श पर लगाई ऑक्सीजन, मौत
 

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Uttarakhand › Dehradun › Coronavirus Unlock-4 In Uttarakhand Latest Update: Government Released Unlock-4 Guidelines

Unlock-4: उत्तराखंड सरकार ने जारी की गाइडलाइन, प्रदेश और बाहर से आने वालों के लिए ये रहेंगे नियम...

न्यूज डेस्क, अमर उजाला, देहरादून Updated Sun, 30 Aug 2020 09:35 AM IST


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सार
चाहे जितनी संख्या में लोग आ सकेंगे उत्तराखंड लेकिन पंजीकरण अनिवार्य
एक दिन में 2000 लोगों को आने देने की व्यवस्था समाप्त


विस्तार
केंद्रीय गृह मंत्रालय की ओर से अनलॉक-4 की गाइडलाइन जारी होने के साथ ही प्रदेश सरकार ने भी प्रदेश में आने वाले लोगों की प्रति दिन 2000 लोगों की सीमा का प्रतिबंध हटा दिया है। इसके साथ ही स्मार्ट सिटी की वेबसाइट Dehradun Smart City Limited - REGISTRATION FOR TRAVELLING TO / FROM UTTARAKHAND पर पंजीकरण कराना भी अनिवार्य कर दिया गया है। सरकार का तर्क है कि यह कॉनटेक्ट ट्रेसिंग के लिए जरूरी है। प्रदेश के लोगों को भी पंजीकरण करना होगा, हालांकि एप्रूवल की जरूरत नहीं होगी।

एमएचए की शनिवार को जारी की गई गाइडलाइन में यह स्पष्ट कर दिया गया है कि राज्यों को केंद्र की अनुमति के बिना कंटेनमेंट जोन से बाहर किसी तरह का प्रतिबंध लगाने का अधिकार नहीं होगा। प्रदेश में कोरोना संक्रमण के मामलों को देखते हुए प्रति 2000 लोगों को ही आने की अऩुमति थी। इसके साथ ही जिलाधिकारियों को अतिरिक्त 50 पास जारी करने को कहा गया था।
नियम पढ़ने के लिए नीचे दिए गए लिंक पर क्लिक करें:

शनिवार को केंद्र की एसओपी के जारी होने के तुरंत बाद ही आपदा प्रबंधन एंव पुनर्वास विभाग के प्रभारी सचिव एसए मुरुगेशन ने दो अलग-अलग आदेश जारी किए। पहले आदेश में यह स्पष्ट कर दिया गया कि प्रदेश में आने वाले यात्रियों की संख्या को लेकर कोई रोकटोक नहीं होगी।
वेबसाइट पर अनिवार्य रूप से पंजीकरण कराना होगा
दूसरे आदेश में यह जोर देकर कहा गया कि राज्य में बाहर से आने वाले लोगों को स्मार्ट सिटी की वेबसाइट पर अनिवार्य रूप से पंजीकरण कराना होगा। खास बात यह भी है कि बॉर्डर चेक पोस्ट पर पंजीकरण दस्तावेज दिखाने की शर्त को नहीं हटाया गया है। इसी के साथ यह भी स्पष्ट किया गया है कि आरटी-पीसीआर टेस्ट भारतीय चिकित्सा अनुसंधान परिषद की अधिकृत लैब से ही कराना होगा।

इस आदेश को जारी करते हुए प्रदेश सरकार ने चार अगस्त को जारी गाइडलाइन को अतिक्रमित नहीं किया है। चार अगस्त की गाइडलाइन के दो प्रावधानों को ही छेड़ा है। ऐसे में कोविड लोड वाले शहरों से आने वालों को आरटीपीसीआर टेस्ट कराना होगा। इसी तरह से क्वारंटीन होने के पहले के नियम ही प्रभावी माने जाएंगे।


दो हजार की सीमा को रखना चाहती थी सरकार

केंद्रीय गृह मंत्रालय ने कुछ समय पहले ही राज्यों से कहा था कि स्थानीय स्तर पर आवाजाही पर लगाए गए प्रतिबंध समाप्त करें। संक्रमण को बढ़ता देखते हुए प्रदेश सरकार दो हजार का प्रतिबंध हटाने के पक्ष में नहीं थी। 22 अगस्त के केंद्र सरकार के पत्र ने इस स्थिति का बदल दिया। अनलॉक-4 गाइडलाइन में एमएचए ने स्पष्ट कहा कि कोई स्थानीय प्रतिबंध नहीं होना चाहिए।


एमएचए की गाइडलाइन भी प्रदेश में पूरी तरह से लागू होगी। उसी के अनुरूप यह फैसला भी किया गया है। पंजीकरण अनिवार्य कर दिया गया है और इसके पीछे कारण यह है कि प्रदेश में बाहर से आने वाला व्यक्ति कोरोना संक्रमित पाया जाता है तो आसानी से संपर्कों की तलाश की जा सके। दो हजार की सीमा खत्म कर दी गई है। एमएचए की गाइड लाइन के अनुरूप ही यह नियम लागू होंगे।
-एसए मुरुगेशन, प्रभारी सचिव आपदा




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*क्या ड्राइव करते या अकेले साइकल चलाते वक्त मास्क पहनना जरूरी? हेल्थ मिनिस्ट्री बोली- ऐसी कोई गाइडलाइंस नहीं*
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*Challans for not wearing mask during driving:*
*कार चलाते वक्त मास्क न पहनने को लेकर चालान के लगातार मामले सामने आने के बीच स्वास्थ्य मंत्रालय ने साफ किया है कि उसने इसको लेकर कोई गाइडलाइंस जारी नहीं की है। क्या ड्राइविंग या अकेले साइकलिंग के वक्त मास्क जरूरी है, इस सवाल पर मंत्रालय ने कहा कि ऐसा नहीं है।*


 

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CHANDIGARH
Only for Chandigarh

No challan for driving alone without mask

Posted: Sep 05, 2020 07:40 AM Updated: 18 hours ago



A man drives a car without wearing a mask in Chandigarh on Friday evening. Tribune Photo: Pradeep Tewari

Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, September 4

After the Union Health Ministry clarified that it is not mandatory for a person driving and travelling alone in a car to wear a mask, the UT directed the traffic police not to issue a challan if a person is driving alone without wearing a mask.

At present, the traffic police were issuing a challan for not wearing a mask in the car even if someone was alone.

SSP (Traffic) Manoj Kumar Meena said the traffic police would not stop people riding or travelling alone in a car for not wearing a mask.

The Chandigarh Congress also tweeted to UT Adviser Manor Parida today, requesting that the decision should be implemented in Chandigarh also. The Adviser replied back on Twitter that the police had been given instructions in this regard.

The UT police had initiated a challaning drive against people who were found not wearing masks at public places and while riding vehicles. Since June 23, a total of 9,145 challans have been issued for not wearing a mask at public places and inside cars. — TNS



 

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Sunday 06, September 2020



HIMACHAL

Night buses to ply on 3 routes

Posted: Sep 05, 2020 07:10 AM Updated: 18 hours ago

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Tribune News Service

Shimla, September 4

Transport Minister Bikram Singh said the government had decided to operate night buses on three routes within the state from September 5. The Chamba-Shimla-Chamba, Manali-Shimla-Manali, and Dharamsala-Shimla-Dharamsala routes have been indentified for the services.

On the Chamba-Shimla-Chamba route, the buses will operate everyday from Chamba at 5pm and from Shimla at 6.30pm; on the Manali-Shimla-Manali route, the bus will start from Manali at 7 pm and from Shimla at 8 pm; and on the Dharamsala-Shimla-Dharamsala route, the bus will operate from Dharamsala at 9.30 pm and from Shimla, also at 9.30 pm.

“Based on the number of passengers in these buses, the government will look at starting the service in other areas as well,” the minister said.

He said directions had been issued to the regional and sub-divisional managers to provide hand sanitisers, masks, gloves and face shields to the employees. — TNS



 

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Sunday 06, September 2020



NATION

Country allows on-demand Covid testing; what does it mean

In the revised guidance, a totally new section has been added in the advisory. It is called ‘Testing on demand’, which for all practical purposes does away with prescription by a registered medical practitioner

Posted: Sep 05, 2020 01:08 PM Updated: 12 hours ago



Photo for representation only. PTI

Aditi Tandon

Tribune News Service

New Delhi, September 5

Amid the mounting COVID load, the government on Friday night issued updated testing guidance, which for the first time allows anyone to get a COVID test 'on demand' rather than the previous advisory which required medical prescriptions for any COVID test.

In the revised guidance exclusively reported by The Tribune on Saturday, the ICMR has said, “A totally new section has been added in the advisory. It is called ‘Testing on demand’, which for all practical purposes does away with prescription by a registered medical practitioner although state governments have the freedom to decide on simplified modalities,” the government said on Saturday.

The new section ‘Testing on demand (state governments to decide simplified modalities)’ will cover all individuals undertaking travel to countries or Indian states mandating a negative COVID-19 test at the point of entry and all individuals who wish to get themselves tested.


The advisory also includes testing of asymptomatic people for the first time as a proof is now growing on asymptomatic carriers of the SARS-Cov2 virus.

The idea is to track the hidden infection as daily new cases cross 80,000 on an average.

“There has been an unprecedented upsurge in India’s daily testing capacities. For two successive days, more than 11.7 lakh tests have been conducted per day. A total of 4 crore and 77 lakh tests have been done so far across the country. There are now 1,647 testing laboratories operational which cover all states/UTs. It is in this background that the Health Ministry has issued the updated testing advisory,” said the government.

On recommendations of the National Task Force on COVID-19, the new advisory has further simplified the testing process and given more freedom and flexibilities to the state authorities to facilitate enhanced ease of testing for the people.

For the first time, along with more simplified modalities, the updated guidelines provide for ‘On-demand’ testing in order to ensure higher levels of testing.

The advisory elaborates on the choice of tests (in order of priority) in various given settings.

In containment zones, the following will have to be tested—all symptomatic (influenza-like illness symptoms) cases, including health care workers and frontline workers; all asymptomatic direct and high-risk contacts (in family and workplace, elderly over 65, immune-compromised, those with co-morbidities) of a laboratory-confirmed case to be tested once between day 5 and day 10 of coming into contact; all asymptomatic high-risk individuals (elderly over 65, those with co-morbidities) in containment zones.

In non-containment areas, tests should be done on all symptomatic (ILI symptoms) individuals with a history of international travel in the last 14 days; all symptomatic (ILI symptoms contacts of a laboratory-confirmed case; all symptomatic (ILI symptoms) health care workers and frontline workers involved in containment and mitigation activities; all symptomatic ILI cases among returnees and migrants within 7 days of illness; all asymptomatic high-risk contacts (contacts in family and workplace, elderly over 65, and those with co-morbidities.

In hospital settings, COVID test is recommended for all patients of Severe Acute Respiratory Infection (SARI), all symptomatic (ILI symptoms) patients presenting in a health care setting, all asymptomatic high-risk patients who are hospitalised or seeking immediate hospitalisation such as immune-compromised individuals, patients diagnosed with malignant disease, transplant patients, patients with chronic co-morbidities, elderly over 65; asymptomatic patients undergoing surgical and non-surgical invasive procedures (not to be tested more than once a week during hospital stay), all pregnant women in/near labour who are hospitalised for delivery.

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Buses, trains to start plying from September 7

newindianexpress.com

Sep 5, 2020 4:16 AM

Steps are being taken to ensure that passengers follow all the safety guidelines issued by the State government to keep infection from spreading


Waitlisted paper ticket holders will not be allowed in trains

Steps are being taken to ensure that passengers follow all the safety guidelines issued by the State government to keep infection from spreading

Trains

Online booking for 13 special trains from 8 am on Saturday

The special trains are Chennai - Coimbatore Superfast; Chennai - Coimbatore Intercity special; Chennai - Coimbatore special (overnight); Chennai - Mettupalayam special; Coimbatore - Mayiladuthurai Janshatabdi special; Chennai Egmore - Tiruchirappalli (via mainline) special; Chennai Egmore - Karaikudi special; Chenai Egmore - Madurai special; Chennai - Egmore - Madurai special (overnight); Chennai - Kanniyakumari; Chennai - Thoothukudi special; Chennai - Sengottai (tri weekly) and Tirchirappalli - Nagercoil Intercity special.

Waitlisted paper ticket holders will not be allowed

Instructions for passengers

Only those with confirmed tickets can enter the railway station.

Face masks, social distancing must at station, during travel

Passengers should reach the station at least 90 minutes in advance for thermal screening Only asymptomatic passengers will be allowed

Government buses

SETC, six divisions of TNSTC have commenced online booking through TNSTC app

SETC to operate 525 buses, TNSTC to run about 8,000 buses across State

Daily patronage stood at 1.6 crore before March 21; 25 per cent of it is expected now

No AC buses will be operated

Carrying capacity of SETC: 26 MTC: 24 | Mofussil: 32

Private buses

FBOAT secretary D R Dharmaraj said private buses will not be operated with 60 per cent occupancy

Except Chennai, Madurai, Ooty and Nagercoil, private buses are plying across the State

The strength of private buses are 4,600

Omni bus association also announced it will not resume the service




 

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Covid-19: Australian doctor discovers firm treatment of corona, disease will end in 8 weeks!


Content Team
Sep 5, 2020



The whole world is sitting on the corona vaccine. Every country is engaged in its best efforts. Till then the corona is being treated by different medicines and different treatments. Meanwhile, a doctor from Australia has devised a new treatment for Corona.

Corona will be treated with triple therapy
Indeed, triple therapy specialist Professor Thomas Borody Peptic is famous for treating ulcers. They have found definitive treatment of corona patients using ivermectin triple antibiotic. The Australian GP today released a new protocol for COVID-19, which will be used for corona treatment.

Sickness will end in 8 weeks!
Borody says that this could be the fastest and safest way to end the corona epidemic within 6-8 weeks. Professor Thomas Borody has developed this therapy by combining three drugs, which will help reduce symptoms of corona with increasing immunity. He said ivermectin tablets are the cheapest, safest and best way to treat corona. However, why Professor Borodi is currently waiting for the Corona vaccine.

What is ivermectin?
The ivermactin drug is commonly used in the treatment of herpes, itching, lice, river blindness, and parasite infection. Apart from this, this medicine is also given to kill malaria, influenza, filariasis, dengue and stomach worms.

Let me tell you that Professor is one of the best doctors in the world, who has received MB, BS, BSc (Med), MD, PhD, DSC, FRACP, FACP, FACG, AGAF, FRS (N) degrees in the doctorate.






 

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AIIMS director told when the corona will end in the country, how long will the vaccine come?


Sep 5, 2020 7:22 PM

New Delhi.
The world which is suffering from the havoc of Coronavirus is now being advised to learn to live with this virus. At the same time, the practice of inventing more than 100 types of vaccines in the world has also been intensified. However, so far no country in the world has achieved any significant success regarding its Corona Vaccine. While countries like Russia and China have claimed to make its vaccine, yet the world’s trust about these two vaccines is negligible. At the same time, the pandemic of this epidemic continues in India. Work is also going on in the country regarding its three vaccines. But how long it will be available to the people, it is a little difficult to say right now. In such a situation, Randeep Guleria, director of Delhi-based All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), has given information about this. In an interview published on an English news website, Randeep Guleria has also told how long the cases of corona infection will remain in the country.

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According to the printed interview, AIIMS director Randeep Guleria has said that the corona infection may persist until 2021 next year. However, by the beginning of 2021 the symptoms of the end of the epidemic will begin to appear. While Randeep Guleria’s statement is clearly pointing out that the corona infection will continue in 2021, on the other hand it is also telling that by the beginning of 2021, this infection will start to end.

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Randeep Guleria also pointed out that a second wave of Corona may occur in some parts of the country and Delhi is included in such areas. Significantly, Corona virus cases in Delhi have started increasing again. On Friday, more than 2900 cases of corona were reported in Delhi.

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AIIMS director Randeep Guleria, in his interview, also told about the Corona vaccine being made in the country. He said that 3 vaccines are being worked on in the country and if all goes well, the country’s own corona vaccine will be available by the end of the year.




 
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