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Updated Nov 03, 2021 | 19:33 IST
Centre asks Andhra, HP, J&K to step up COVID-19 testing
Centre asks Andhra, HP, J&K to step up COVID-19 testing&nbsp | &nbspPhoto Credit:&nbspANI
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In a letter to various secretaries of these states, the Union Health ministry noted that there has been a rise in the weekly number of COVID-19 cases since the last week of October.,walmart sports equipment golf

handball training kalorien,In the letter, Additional Secretary, Union Health Ministry, Arti Ahuja asked the states to ensure strict adherence to COVID-19-appropriate behaviour during the festivities. In a letter to the Himachal Pradesh administration, Ahuja said that there has been an increase of 22 per cent in the weekly new cases since the last week of October.

"Three districts of the state Kangra, Bilaspur and Shimla have been identified as districts of concern due to high quantum of cases and positivity more than 2.5 per cent," the letter read. She further stressed that due to the rising positivity rate in the state, the administration needs to conduct enhanced testing while maintaining the required RT-PCR share as it will aid in the early identification of infections.,basketball machine return

Ahuja pointed out that in Andhra Pradesh, 'there has been a decline in tests conducted from 2,82,959 in the week of October 4-10 to 2,41,838 in the week of October 25-31'.,up king game result monthly

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She asked the Jammu and Kashmir administration to conduct enhanced testing as the Union Territory has shown a whopping 61 per cent rise in the weekly COVID-19 cases. She also noted that the UT has witnessed a decline in the number of tests being conducted on the population. The Union Health Ministry has identified Kathua as a district of concern due to the rise in the number of COVID-19 cases.,check tennis racket grip size

The Health Ministry also underlined the importance of adherence to National Treatment Protocols, augmenting ICU, oxygen beds and ventilator capacity. "As far as super spreader events and places are concerned, there should be strict surveillance and monitoring as per SOPs of the ministry and testing as per ICMR guidelines, besides, ensuring COVID-19-appropriate behaviour," the Health Ministry letter further said. ,free online blackjack

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