Health survey of more than two crore people conducted in Madhya Pradesh

Bhopal : Arrangements are being made for the treatment of patients identified with door to door survey in the ongoing Kill Corona campaign in the state. General citizens are also playing a supporting role along with the officers and employees associated with the campaign. As many as 1776 survey teams in urban areas and 8975 in rural areas are engaged. Patients with symptoms of Corona along with other seasonal diseases are also being identified under the survey campaign. All patients are being treated. More than 11 thousand samples were taken in the campaign so far. Health survey of more than two crore people in the state has been conducted under the campaign.

Chief Minister Shri Shivraj Singh Chouhan has issued instructions to make arrangements for proper treatment along with investigation of potential corona patients being identified during the survey in the Kill Corona campaign. He said that treatment of patients identified in the survey with other diseases should be ensured, no negligence will be tolerated in this work. Maximum sampling work should be ensured in all districts. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan said that the state of Madhya Pradesh has improved a lot due to the efforts made so far in the state to control Corona. The state will get freedom from Corona due to the activities conducted in the Kill Corona campaign.

The door-to-door survey work is being undertaken in ‘Kill Corona Campaign’ for which 11 thousand 458 survey teams have been deployed. All teams are equipped with non-contact thermometers, pulse oximeters and necessary protective gear. Suspected patients of S.A.R.I. / I.L.I. besides malaria, dengue, chikungunya etc. are also being identified in the Kill Corona campaign and their entry is being done in the ‘Sarthak App’. The entry of the Covid-19 suspects is also being made on ‘Sarthak App’. After sampling of the identified suspects, their testing is being done through R.T.P.C.R. and T.R.U.N.A.T. ‘The Kill Corona Campaign’ will continue till July 15.

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