Rural CCCs will play a key role in breaking transmission chain: ASHA Worker Dolly Devi
Jammu: Working at Rural Isolation centre has added another dimension to her realm of work. ASHA Worker, Dolly Devi presents a great inspirational example of covid warriors engaged in running and doing good work in the newly created Panchayat level covid care centres.
She works in a Covid Care Centre of Block Tikri. She opines that the Covid Care Centres established at Panchayat level was an apt decision of the government. “These centres are going to play a key role in breaking the chain of transmission,” she said knowing well that isolation, testing and vaccination are of foremost importance to defeat Corona virus. The Covid positive patients are being looked after in these Centres, which also have provision of testing and vaccination, while ASHAs Anganwari Workers, Panches and Sarpanches are working in tandem to fight against Covid 19, she added.
She said that the main objective of establishing the centres is to provide basic minimum covid patient care and isolation facilities at Panchayat level to facilitate those households who do not have the option for isolation of Covid positive patients.
MPHW Anu Devi serving at a Covid Care Centres in block Tikri, said that many frontline workers like herself including NGOs and AWWs have joined hands in the fight against the virus and assisting district administration in its endeavour to fight against Covid 19.
Sarpanch Shamsher Singh of Panchayat Rehmal 2 and Sarpanch, Panchayat Lower Rehmbal said that they have established 10 bedded Covid Care Centre in their Panchayat. They assured their help to every Covid patient in their Panchayat and said that they are with the Government in the fight against Covid-19.