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Lucknow, May 4 (UNI) Taking serious note of the negligent behaviour of some doctors in Covid hospitals in the state, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has directed chief medical officers (CMOs) to ensure that senior doctors visit the hospitals regularly, and also fix responsibilities on doctors at all private and government hospitals for providing daily update of a patient’s health to the family members at least once a day.Participating in the review meeting of Team 9 on Tuesday, Yogi Adityanath said that in this hour of crisis due to the pandemic, the hospital officials must ensure that patients and their families are treated with utmost sensitivity.Calling for effective implementation of the schemes, the CM said that the sector magistrate system has been implemented in all the districts of the state with a view to strengthening Covid management. The CM urged sector magistrates to visit areas assigned to them frequently, especially hospital areas, help people, keep a close watch on every big and small activity in their areas and provide all necessary help to every needy person in accordance with government policies. Yogi Adityanath also called for implementing the discharge policy for Covid patients effectively.On the instructions of CM Yogi, an advisory panel of health experts is being formed at the state level for adopting effective Covid management strategy and preparing and implementing the necessary action plan in this regard. This panel will offer its valuable suggestions to the state level Team 9 while being in constant touch with those in-charge of Covid hospitals and principals of medical colleges in order to guide them. The panel will be useful in formulating effective strategy to fight Covid-19.State Principal Secretary of Medical Education Alok Kumar here on Tuesday said that strict compliance with the guidelines regarding Covid patients will be ensured on the instructions of the CM. Orders have been issued to all medical colleges, institutes and universities in this regard, Kumar said. The government has issued a directive to make special sitting arrangements for the attendants of patients with other basic facilities such as drinking water at every hospital. Principal Secretary Alok Kumar has said that patients and their attendants should be informed about the diagnosis and severity of condition at the time of admission to the hospital itself. Hospitals have also been told to give daily updates on patient’s health to their family members between 3pm and 5pm.Besides, information about patients whose relatives are not available, also need to be given on phone during the same time.UNI MB SHK2028

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