Department of Health guidelines for migrant
Bhubaneswar: Department of Health guidelines for migrant . The health department has issued guidelines for expatriate Oriyas returning from outside the state. In it, Additional Chief Secretary to the Government Pradeep Kumar Mohapatra outlines the rules of protection and how to be safe when collecting samples. He pointed out that expatriate Oriyas are now coming from places with high infections such as Maharashtra, Gujarat, Delhi and Kolkata. Those who come from outside the state are required to register first and submit online in writing for a 14-day blockade. On this occasion their health will be examined. During the house cleaning, the person will have a sticker on the house. The health department staff and the district survey team will regularly understand the health of the detainee. If any symptoms appear during this time, he will be diagnosed and transferred to Covid Hospital.
Those who want to stay home will stay away from the elderly, children, pregnant women and diabetics in the family. No one else would use his used bed, clothes, towels. The house where you live will have free air. Regular cleaning of toilets as well as maintaining social distance and wearing masks are mandatory. People who do not have symptoms can be prevented from becoming infected. For this he must have all kinds of arrangements in his house. He needs a nurse who will be in touch with the doctor. Patients should be rushed to a hospital for symptoms such as shortness of breath, chest pain, or nausea. Otherwise, he will be able to remain at home with a doctor’s certificate. Mr. Mohapatra has given instructions on how to conduct a health check-up at the temporary health camp. The district chief medical officer will prepare a team. It will include Asha workers as well as male and female health workers. The team will collect samples in a variety of ways to diagnose symptoms, symptoms, pregnancies, people over the age of 60 and the sick. Wear gloves on hand while collecting samples and carry with you sanitization, digital thermometers and analytics. Special guidelines have also been issued for the Ehabad Mobile Health Team. Each mobile team will have 2 trained LTs, data entry operators, assistants and cleaning staff. Health workers will collect samples wearing safety equipment.