Shivpuri: The administration sealed four clinics to treat patients without a degree
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The Revenue and Health Department has jointly taken action against the hawkish doctors who were playing for the lives of people in the coronacal by opening a clinic in the street in Amolpatha area of Amolapatha, Thana Amol station of the subdivision. In Karaira too, many Ayurveda doctors are prescribing allopathic medicines to patients at their clinics. On this, the Health Department team has given strict warning that stop it or else action will be taken. Under the direction of SDM Ankur Ravi Gupta, Medical Officer Dr. Sunil Jain, Tehsildar GS Bairwa and Police Choki in-charge Punit Bajpai have sealed 4 clinics and a pathology lab after raids on the ongoing clinics in the Galli mohallas of the village. The shops of Pappu Baghel, Surjit Shrivastava, Vedprakash Jain, Ramnivas Sharma along with Indrapal, Vicky Koli have also been sealed.
Some doctors escaped after closing the clinic
When the team of Health Department, Revenue and Police in the village came out to take good news of these slack doctors, news of this spread throughout the village and many doctors escaped by building their own clinics.
Instructions for Covid Testing
Tehsildar inspected Kovid-19 testing at Primary Health Center, Amol and gave necessary instructions. He said that Kovid-19 test should be done for maximum number of people. This allows the infected person to be identified and treated in a timely manner. During this, the villagers told that Kovid-19 is being tested daily at the Primary Health Center by the medical team. All unhealthy people must get Kovid-19 tested and get timely treatment.
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We visited some clinics in Karaira and investigated, and Karaira has some doctors who are Ayurvedic doctors who were prescribing allopathic medicines to patients. We have explained to them in strict tone that action will be taken the next time they are treated in this manner.
– Dr. Devendra Khare, Kovid Center Incharge Karaira