Javara (AboutGyan News). There was not a single corona positive report in the antigen test of Zavra Government Hospital in the area on Saturday. At the same time, no corona positive report was received from Ratlam Medical College. After a long time, people are relieved by not having a single positive in the area. These days the police administration is engaged in taking action in a police manner. This action of the police has prevented some of the needless wanderers. Yet the police administration has to resort to baton to send people home.
On Saturday, 353 people in the government hospital were taken for corona examination. Of which, corona samples of 183 people were tested in the Antigen Rapid Test of a government hospital. In which there was not a single positive report. The remaining 170 samples have been sent to Ratlam Medical College for examination. Reports from Ratlam Medical College are yet to come.
390 youth over 18 years of age and 30 people above 45 years get vaccinated
Vaccination work was done on Saturday at Mahatma Gandhi School and Lions Eye Hospital Vaccine Center. In the Mahatma Gandhi School, 200 youth over 18 years of age were vaccinated with the Covicield vaccine. 100 people over 45 years of age have been vaccinated with the Covishield vaccine. At the same time, 200 youth over 18 years of age were vaccinated with the Covicield vaccine in Lions Eye Hospital.
Residents of Containment area investigated
In the city on Saturday, the investigation was done in the content area and buffer zone of Olia Bagh on Hospital Road. At the same time, reaching the areas of Narsinghpura, Chilapura, Iqbal Ganj, Akhurapura, Dargah Road, Naya Malipura, Sanjay Colony, etc., the medical corona patient was examined and distributed the medical kit and kara. The investigation team included Shailendra Kumar Dave, Akil Mansuri, Dinesh Upadhyay of the health staff.
Made four challans without wearing masks and five challans in the motor vehicle act
Industrial police station TI Janakshih Rawat said that by taking an action against four people who roamed in the mask market, a fine of 400 rupees was levied. At the same time, against the five people who took the vehicle in violation of the lockdown, a conspiracy action was taken in the Motor Vehicle Act and charged a sum of Rs 2500.
Two youths deliver ration kits to 61 needy families
Through a small effort by the youth of the city, Satyam Dave and Vaibhav Porwal, ration kits were delivered to 61 needy families. Donors also provided support in this. Five kilograms of flour, 500 grams of Tuvar dal, one kilogram of rice, 500 grams of oil, two kilograms of potatoes, one kilogram of salt, 500 grams of sugar, chilli, turmeric kits were prepared and distributed.