Deputy Commissioner Yash Garg, said in his speech: “Requests have been received from the housing community to build a small Covid-19 clinic managed by the National Welfare Association (RWA). Houses and NGOs are using their own resources. “

GURUGRAM: During a Covid-19 case tour in Guru Gram, the district allowed upscale hotels, residential communities, and NGOs with small Covid housing if using their own resources.

Deputy Commissioner Yash Garg, said in his speech: “Requests have been received from the housing community to build a small Covid-19 clinic managed by the National Welfare Association (RWA). Houses and NGOs are using their own resources. “

“This will help reduce the burden on the pre-symptomatic, asymptomatic, and highly sensitive position of handling Covid cases living in the particular community, and such a mandate is essential to see the growth of Covid cases,” he said said Garg. . .

However, Covid’s clinic “is not aimed at critically ill elderly patients, children under 10 years of age, pregnant or breastfeeding women, and patients with comorbidities, the order said.

The order also mandated that the Covid center follow strict “disease prevention and control procedures” by keeping detected and suspected cases in separate areas without “overlap” and “toilets”.

The order also states that the location must also be linked to the monitoring team (IDSP) and the ambulance provider and RWA telephone numbers, NGOs, doctors must be clearly shown.

The commander added that a doctor living in a gated area or provided by an NGO “expedites daily check-ups” for the patient, and a caregiver would also be identified to treat the patient and keep notes.

Both physicians and caregivers will undergo training organized by the Chief Medical Officer on Covid disease management and control, prevention, and control.

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