Top brass to review Covid-19 situation in Lucknow, Varanasi, Prayagraj, Kanpur and Gorakhpur

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Lucknow, September 04: Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has said that door-to-door survey, contact tracing and medical testing should be conducted effectively to control corona infection.

He has directed to make special efforts to increase the number of Intensive Care Unit (ICU) beds.

The Chief Minister said in a high level meeting on Friday that it is necessary to bring the infected person to hospital quickly for proper treatment and survival. Emphasizing the important role of effective surveillance in this, he instructed to conduct this work promptly.

Additional Chief Secretary Medical Education will review in Kanpur on Saturday

The Chief Minister said that special efforts should be made to prevent corona infection in Lucknow, Kanpur Nagar, Varanasi, Prayagraj and Gorakhpur districts.

Yogi ordered the Additional Chief Secretary Medical Education to visit Kanpur city on September 5 to review the medical system of the district.

Additional Chief Secretary Health will take information on Lucknow

CM Yogi said that Additional Chief Secretary Health and Additional Chief Secretary Panchayati Raj and Rural Development should review the situation in Lucknow district. The Lucknow team will be accompanied by Vice Chancellor, KGMU and Director, SGPGI.

He said that the spread of infection should be curtailed in every condition in the districts of Kanpur and Lucknow. For this, after reviewing them, marking deficiencies and resolving them.

The team will overcome the shortcomings by visiting to Prayagraj on Sunday

The Chief Minister directed that the team reviewing the district of Kanpur city go to Prayagraj district on September 06 to review the situation and clear the flaw.

He said that all necessary steps should be taken to control the infection of Covid-19 in prisons. Jail personnel should also be regularly examined. The prisoners should be kept in temporary jail before being sent to jail.

Unnecessary passes of secretariat should not be issued

The Chief Minister said that in view of Corona, unnecessary passes should not be issued for entry into the Secretariat. Instructing to make the system of issuing the entry pass of the secretariat strict, he said that it should be ensured that only certified persons enter the secretariat.

He directed to ensure strict compliance of the ban on Pan, Gutka in the Secretariat premises.

He said that the works should be disposed of by taking quick decisions. It should be ensured that in any case, no paper should remain pending for more than seven days.

Special efforts should be made to increase GST collection

The Chief Minister said that despite adverse conditions, there has been better revenue collection under GST. Instructing to make special efforts to increase GST collection, he said that emphasis should be given on increasing registration in this regard. Traders should also be trained to fill GST returns.

While giving instructions to ensure a practical solution to the problems of the weavers, he said that a concrete action plan should be prepared and presented in this regard.