In Bihar, the corona virus is spreading as death. No one knows when, where, whom it will bite. In the midst of this, the corona test is the result that the reports are being received in 4-5 days after RT-PCR examination in districts. There are about 9 thousand sample pending in Muzaffarpur alone. Not only this, the RTPCR test has also been banned for four days in the district. This is the situation when Chief Minister Nitish Kumar has instructed the officials to extend the test and make the test report
CM Nitish is constantly meeting in the midst of Corona crisis
The increasing number of positive cases and deaths in the state has increased the problems of Nitish Kumar government. This is the reason why the Chief Minister himself is constantly holding high level meetings in view of the Corona crisis. Also, the officials are issuing necessary guidelines. In spite of all this, are the instructions of the Chief Minister being followed properly? These questions arose because many such cases came up in which despite the orders of the CM, in some districts, they do not appear to be implemented.
Tests not being conducted despite CM’s instructions, report also coming late
Chief Minister Nitish Kumar recently issued a directive to increase the number of corona tests in the state as well as to provide the report of the investigation soon. In the high-level meeting, he said that in any case, the RTPCR test report should be received within 24 hours, so that the infected can be treated in a timely manner. Despite this instruction from CM Nitish, perhaps the Health Department did not take it seriously. This is because if we look at the condition of Muzaffarpur alone, then the RTPCR test has been banned for four days.
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Muzaffarpur’s CS bans four-day RTPCR test
Not only this, there are already 9 thousand sample pending in the district, whose report is yet to come. Muzaffarpur Civil Surgeon Dr. Surendra Chaudhary has banned the RTPCR test for the next four days. Also, he has earlier directed to investigate the RTPCR sample for SKMCH and private labs. He said that if those samples have already come, they can spread the infection if it turns out to be positive. In such a case, these reports should not be delayed. It may take about 4 days to report the pending samples. In the meantime, only the antigen kit will check.
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It takes weeks or more for test reports to come in many districts
However, the test is that reports are being received in 4-5 days after RT-PCR examination in many districts. In many cases it was seen that by the time the report came, the patient had died. In some districts RT-PCR investigations revealed that reports were received in 7 to 10 days. According to the rule, RT-PCR should be reported within 24 hours. This is the reason why the Chief Minister himself instructed the officials to submit a report in 24 hours. However, it will be interesting to see whether these instructions will be strictly followed in the reign of Health Minister Mangal Pandey.