PM’s principal secy critiques COVID standing, 5 top-burden states in focus

Tribune News Service

New Delhi, September 12

Principal Secretary to the Prime Minister, PK Mishra on Saturday chaired a high-level assembly to comprehensively assessment the COVID-19 preparedness and response. 

The assembly centered on proof primarily based studying on administration of instances throughout the districts and states. The assembly additionally mentioned the stage of vaccine improvement and vaccine distribution plan. 

The want for District Health Action Plans for long run administration of varied points of COVID was mentioned on the assembly with Mishra asking for long run nationwide degree COVID motion plan.

The assembly was attended by Cabinet Secretary Rajeev Gauba, Member, NITI Aayog Vinod Paul, Principal Scientific Adviser and all COVID Empowered Action Group Conveners and Secretaries of departments involved.

Mishra directed all involved for evidence-based preparedness of all points of COVID-19 with energetic participation of districts and states.

A presentation on the COVID standing in India, the standing in 5 prime burden states (Maharashtra, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu and UP) and ongoing strategic interventions was made by Health Secretary Rajesh Bhushan.

The presentation highlighted the standing of states by way of case trajectory, testing performed, fatality and pattern positivity mentioning the districts of concern.

Bhushan additionally mentioned concerning the eVIN Platform specializing in the vaccine provide chain, beneficiary enrolment system and the supply system as soon as the vaccine is on the market.

Based on the various projections eventualities, the Principal Secretary directed all involved to construct on the data and evaluation that has been developed over the previous few months to work out the Detailed Action Plan for the approaching months. 

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