Covid Vaccination Action Plan in Dhamtari: Collector Jayprakash Maurya

Dhamtari Action Plan for Better Management of Covid Vaccination in the District
Collector Jai Prakash Maurya conducts Virtual Meeting in VC
Necessary instructions given to all SDM, CEO District and BMO

Dhamtari 11 May 2021

So far in Dhamtari district, more than 96 people above 45 years of age have taken the first dose of Kovid vaccine. An action plan has been prepared for the second dose dose, in which the vaccine is centrally allocated in such a way as to allow more people in the community to be catered to by giving a second dose, so as to help break the chain of corona infection. Collector Shri Jai Prakash Maurya, through a meeting of all the subdivisional officer Revenue, Chief Executive Officer, Janpad Panchayat and Block Medical Officers, directed to take action according to the action plan made in this regard. He informed that there are about 120 vaccination centers in the district. Vaccination centers have been divided according to the alphabet of English for each development block. In these centers, the second dose of vaccine will be allocated in the sequence of the English alphabet. Therefore, all the people of the village under such centers, who have been 42 days after the first dose, will be given the second dose of vaccine in the said centers.
The collector informed that the center-wise vaccine will be allocated from the district. Therefore, it will be the responsibility of all the SDM and CEO districts to keep the Kovid call centers set up in the panchayats operational, so that the eligible people of all the villages coming to the vaccination centers will get the information from the Kovid call center located in the panchayat. The Collector has said that efforts should be made to get all those eligible people vaccinated within the next one week. At the same time, he has asked all the SDMs to ensure that the Patwari also work in Kovid management in their original Haldi Panchayat and the on-field staff engaged in duty at the Kovid Call Center of Panchayats to meet and discuss the problems and problems related to Kovid infection and solve them. Try
The collector further informed that an action plan has also been prepared in the district for vaccination of 18 to 44 years of age. Currently, due to lack of adequate vaccines, the vaccine centers will be provided with a dose of 200 vaccines according to the alphabet of English. According to the ratio issued by the state government, 30 out of 200 Antyodaya ration card holders, 130 priority ration card holders and 40 general ration card holders will be given Kovid vaccine. He has instructed to ensure strict adherence to this ratio in vaccination centers. Besides, it has also been asked to provide money in the gram panchayats, that the interested person should register at the vaccination center and when the vaccine comes, the gram panchayat will be informed so that the registered person can reach the concerned vaccination center and take their dose, depending on the availability of the vaccine. .

He further informed that as per the instructions of the government, the front line workers have been identified in a total of 17 categories. This includes government, semi-government and non-government personnel working in the rescue of corona infection by order of all personnel, journalists, lawyers and collectors working in the crematorium of urban bodies. He informed that in Dhamtari city, people falling in the above category will be vaccinated at the Immunization Center located at Dr. Shobharam Dewangan Government Higher Secondary School. In the development blocks, the said category will be vaccinated in community health centers. Individuals in this category will be required to produce an Aadhaar card as well as a certificate for vaccination. Certificates will be issued by the competent officer of the civic body to the personnel working in the crematorium. Similarly, a certificate will be issued for journalists by the District Public Relations Officer. The lawyers have to bring the registration certificate of the Bar Council for vaccination. Similarly, to protect against corona infection, government, semi-government and non-government personnel posted on the orders of the collector can also be vaccinated.
Collector further told in VC that three registrations will be maintained for Antyodaya, Priority and APL or General Ration Card holders at the vaccination center for registration of beneficiaries in the age group of 18 to 44 years. It is mandatory for Antyodaya, priority and general beneficiary to register before vaccination at the vaccination center. The ration card, Aadhaar card and mobile number will have to be provided to the Antyodaya and Priority Ration Cardholder in the necessary documents that the beneficiary will have to submit upon appearing at the vaccination center. Similarly, in case of APL ration card holder or not a ration card holder, the person will have to present Aadhaar card, mobile number or any other identity card.
It was informed that after the vaccine is available, the registered person will be informed about it by phone or message from the Kovid Control Center of the Gram Panchayat. In future, online portal is created by the state government, if manual registration is done by the beneficiary before the online portal is started, then it will be given priority. Manual registration will be discontinued after online portal registration starts. In such a situation, registration can be done with the help of the employees present in the Kovid Call Center of the Gram Panchayat. The sarpanch and secretary of the gram panchayat will help in this task. It has also been directed by the Collector that the Gram Panchayat Secretary will inform the beneficiary about the time and date of the vaccination on his mobile, by registering such beneficiaries who do not have mobiles.
At the end of the meeting, the Collector has instructed everyone to practice Kovid appropiate, apply masks and follow social distancing. At the same time, all BMOs have been asked to ensure that the Mitanin Kit is not kept in the Primary Health Centers under any circumstances, but it should be made available to the Mitanina so that these medicines can also be given to the symptomatic Kovid patients and their families. . On this occasion, Chief Executive Officer, District Panchayat Mr. Mayank Chaturvedi, Chief Medical and Health Officer Dr. D. K. Turre were also present.

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