Preventive steps being taken against coronavirus Omicron: Dr Sudhakar


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Bengaluru, Nov 27: Preventive measure are being taken against the new Corona virus Omicron, Health and Medical Education Dr K Sudhakar has said on Saturday.

“Omicron, has been detected in South Africa, Hong Kong, Israel and Botswana, but there is no sign of it in Karnataka,’’ he said.

The Minister said: “We had a meeting on preventive measure yesterday and released guidelines. People coming from these affected countries will take the RT-PCR once they land in Bengaluru. If found positive, they will stay in and around the airport, for treatment. Home quarantine will be mandatory after their arrival. We have deployed the Health Department officials at the Airport to monitor the situation.’’

Urging the people to take the second dose of vaccine, he said: ``I request the 45 lakh people who are yet to take the second dose to get it on priority.’’

Karnataka has achieved 90% in the first dose of vaccination while the Country has marked 80%. The State has marked 57% in the second dose of vaccination as 42% done in the Country.

Detailed report will be given to Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai after a meeting of the committee scheduled on Monday.

“We have managed the pandemic situation efficiently with the guidelines of Prime Minister Narendra Modi,’’ the minister said.

Commenting on the issue of medicines procurement, the Minister said a meeting will be scheduled to buy medicines. District Hearth officers were given Rs 38 crore to buy medicine. Due to Covid, there is a delay in buying general medicine this year. Tenders not taken place as issues are the matter is before the Court.

Funds have been released to buy medicines locally. Medicines will be available at all Taluk and District hospitals in the next three to four days, he said.

Dr Sudhakar said several Congress leaders including Kolar district Congress President Chandra Reddy and others have joined BJP during the run up to the legislative council elections.

 

 

 

  

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  • peacelover, india

    Sun, Nov 28 2021

    No Mask, no social distancing by these ministers seen in pic. Please practice what you preach.

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  • Abdul Sattar Habiballah, Moolur /Jeddah.

    Sun, Nov 28 2021

    Dear Helath Misnister including yourself please check your team which was mask less and as per PM the lock down is with drawn but virus is still in a force . So first of all Health minister and team wear a mask and advise to others (educated and illiterate persons). So we hope that the state already taken a precaution measures to control Omicron virus.

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  • Citizen, Mangalore

    Sun, Nov 28 2021

    Its high time politicians practice what they preach. They ask public to wear masks,avoid crowding , etc and they themselves do not follow... Stop fooling people and if you are serious take steps to fet the healthcare system in order rather thanninvolving in blame games later. When othet countries are closing down borders why is this govt. Getting ready to open.. With everything opened up , preventive measures have gone out of thd window. Wake up from your slumber, and stop showing your incompetence. Its high time to start 5aking oreventive measures, and not wait for another disaster to strike before this tear gets over

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  • Dinesh, Dubai

    Sun, Nov 28 2021

    Prevention starts from distancing and wearing mask properly which is not seen in photo itself........ Ask your leaders to avoid Election Rally...... PM is very fond of seeing people in large crowd during Pandemic like in West Bengal which caused disaster during Covid Wave.

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  • Evans C Sumitra, Udupi/New York, USA.

    Sun, Nov 28 2021

    Dinesh, Dubai, I fully agree with your comments and it makes sense. Some readers will not agree as they have no IQ or rather none.

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  • John, Mangalore

    Sun, Nov 28 2021

    Now India's nod for booster expected soon to frontline workers as per one of the minister. Again before the Omicron, no pilot testing or frontline workers become guinea pigs ? Then after somtime when booster is avaiable for omicron then again another booster ? Same thing happenned after 1st wave because of vaccines deadly strain of second wave but blamed on virus ? Looks like western elite and communist chinese using is viruses / strains / vaccine / boosters to knock out frontline workers so their vast military can provide frontline services worldwide and control the world Also looks like Media, health officials, politicians if they get commission from vaccine BigPharma they are happy, who survives who don't including themselves they do not care!

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  • Bobby, Mangalore

    Sun, Nov 28 2021

    Talking of preventive measures and none wearing a mask properly...Only we citizens have to follow rules...

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  • Sunil K, Mangalore

    Sat, Nov 27 2021

    Everyone is looking very cheerful in the photo - maybe it was taken after they had a sumptuous lunch or dinner ?

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  • Sunil K, Mangalore

    Sat, Nov 27 2021

    The only preventative measure BJP knows is to hide at the first signs of trouble.

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  • Charles D'Mello, Pangala

    Sat, Nov 27 2021

    This is a bullshit. Before he enters in India, He can transmit the decease to entire aero plane passengers which will take days to find out. Stop fooling the people for Gods sake. You politicians are only believing in the money and never believe in God for sure. You mention about God only for your benefit......!!!!!!!???????

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