The Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare has sent teams to Chhattisgarh and Chandigarh on Friday in view of the ever increasing corona cases in the state and union territories. The ministry said that the teams will assess the situation in Corona. To find out the reasons behind the rise of cases. Also recommend measures necessary for control.

Chhattisgarh is one of the five states where corona cases are increasing the most. Let us tell you that about 60,000 new cases have been reported in India on Friday. According to Health Ministry data, 2,419 new positive cases have been reported in Chhattisgarh in the last 24 hours.

The team of Chhattisgarh is headed by Dr. SK Singh, Director of National Center for Disease Control (NCDC). It also includes experts from All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), Raipur and All India Institute of Hygiene and Public Health. Let us tell you that a team headed by New Delhi-based RML Hospital and Safdarjung Hospital, along with an Additional Secretary and Financial Advisor of the Ministry of Textiles, Vijay Jay Singh, has gone to Chandigarh.

These teams will visit the most affected districts or hotspots in the state and union territories to assess on-ground implementation of public health services. She will then share her findings as well as measures from the Chief Secretary.

The ministry said, “The teams will visit the most affected districts and hotspots in the state and union territories. They will share key findings, recommendations and remedial measures necessary with the Chief Secretary or the Chief Administrator. “

The Central Government has been forming teams to visit States and UTs from time to time under the Government’s approach to strengthen the efforts of the Governments of various States and Union Territories for Kovid Management. The team interacts with the officers to enhance their current management so that they can get an understanding of the challenges and issues they face. The teams’ reports are shared with the states so that they are monitored by the Ministry of Health for further compliance and compliance.

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