Captain Amarinder Singh gives nod for creation of plasma bank

Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh also gave the nod for creation of plasma bank to ease Covid plasma treatment, which can be completed as a ICMR trial job in condition”s authorities hospitals.

Chairing a inspection assembly of the Covid scenario Chief Minister accepted the plasma’s bank creation below the oversight of Neelam Marwaha, former leader of the blood bank and transfusion medicine in the Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education and Research, under control.

The plasma would serve as a ready supply for Seriously ill patients or individuals in the danger of disease.

Cases were registered against several parties because of breach of Covid-19 security standards. Law enforcement would write to parties against offenses.

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Pointing to reporting of 258 Covid-19 new cases on Wednesday, And 11 Punjab civil agencies and senior officers, including judges becoming infected, and Chief Medical Officer of Sangrur, the Chief Minister emphasized the need.

Office employees, in particular, must be very cautious, he worried And requested Chief Secretary Vini Mahajan to problem SOPs for government officers” meetings, visit other workplaces, etc.. Spread of disease among critical manpower due to casual attitude wasn’t acceptable, he added.

Principal Secretary (Health) D.K. Tiwari said the country’s mortality Rate was 2.6 percent compared to the national rate of 2.8 percent. Around 70.8 Percent Covid-19 patients were hospitalized, 14.7 per cent moderate, 8.8 percent Moderate and 5.6 per cent severe, ” he added.

Home Secretary Satish Chandra apprised the Chief Minister who Process of cancellation of FIRs, as ruled by the Supreme Court filed for lockdown breach against workers, had begun in the state.

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