Tribune News Service
Chandigarh, April 4
UT Administrator V P Singh Badnore has congratulated the doctors and all health workers for their contribution in recovery of four individuals, who were earlier affected with COVID19.
At the daily war room meeting, presided over by Badnore, Adviser Manoj Parida said curfew is being strictly implemented. “The issue of electronic curfew passes has been streamlined. Necessary arrangements have been made in Faida village. Moreover, special focus is being given to senior citizens, orphans and old-age homes,” he said.
Principal Secretary (Health) Arun Kumar Gupta mentioned that adequate quantity of PPEs, masks and medicines are available in all the hospitals.
Finance Secretary AK Sinha mentioned that all arrangements for payment of salary and release of wages to the people have been made. The mobile ATMs are also getting popular among the residents.
Commissioner, Municipal Corporation, K K Yadav stated that necessary tie-up has been made with the PGIMER for cremation of dead bodies in a scientific manner and as per protocol by the Government of India. Red Cross vans are being utilised for transporting bodies from hospitals to the cremation ground. He also stated that the new odd-even system in Sector 26 Mandi is working smoothly. He also stated that special arrangements are being made to sanitize Sector 26 Mandi.
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