The Center on Saturday asked the states to register more private centers before the introduction of anti-kovid vaccination of people aged 18 to 45 years from May 1 in the country and ensure effective crowd management at the respective sites. It emphasized that vaccination of people belonging to the respective age groups should be done through ‘online registration only’.
The Health Ministry said in a statement that with regard to the third phase vaccination strategy starting from May 1, it was suggested to the states that with the help of private hospitals, hospitals of industrial establishments, industrial organizations, etc., in the mission mode, additional private Kovid- Set up 19 vaccination centers.
The ministry said that they were also asked to keep an eye on things like providing adequate vaccination slots on Kovin for vaccine receiving hospitals, stores on the Kovin portal, price announcements and scheduled vaccinations for the eligible beneficiaries.
States and Union Territories were asked to prioritize decisions on direct purchase of vaccines by the governments of States and UTs and to prioritize ‘online registration only’ for the 18-45 age group.
They were also asked to impart training to the personnel of the vaccination centers for immunization, thereafter to provide and manage relevant information in case of any adverse effects, use of COVIN and to coordinate with law and order officials for effective crowd management.
In order to provide effective medical treatment of patients admitted in hospitals, infrastructure and states were asked to review the infrastructure related to the hospital and other treatment sites in view of new cases of infections coming up every day.
The statement said that states were suggested to identify additional dedicated Kovid hospitals for the preparation and implementation of the overall promotion plan and to prepare field hospital establishments with the help of DRDO, CSIR or other such agencies of public and private sector. Do it
The Center asked the states to ensure adequate oxygen-rich beds, ICU beds and oxygen supplies and to start a call center service focused on providing beds and deploying the necessary human resources with appropriate training.
They were also asked to expand the Covid care centers prescribed for patients with mild and mild symptoms, so that the respective sites and care of all those who cannot isolate themselves at home or who want institutional isolation. Have access to
States were also asked to provide telemedicine services to people living in isolated homes and ensure adequate availability of oxygen, ventilators and medicines and care under trained doctors.
The Health Ministry said in the statement that ASHA and other frontline personnel on duty related to Kovid-19 should be provided with proper and regular remuneration. The Ministry referred to various steps taken towards the Center for the promotion of hospital infrastructure in the States and Union Territories.