Lucknow: After putting a brake in the pace of corona virus, in view of the cases of monkey pox in many countries, the Yogi government has issued guidelines regarding this infection. Even though there is no patient in the state due to this infection, but the health department is fully alert to fight the disease.
Under which the in-charges of PHC-CHC have been instructed to give information immediately on receipt of the patient, taking vigilance. Instructions have also been issued to set up a ten-bed ward in the State Medical College so that patients can be admitted and treated with immediate effect.
Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has issued instructions to take precautions in the state in view of the increasing cases of monkeypox infection in various countries. He has ordered the top officials to make the general public aware about the symptoms, treatment etc. of monkeypox as per the guidelines of the Government of India.
He said that people with suspicious symptoms should get their blood tested. Even though no case has come to the fore regarding monkeypox so far, but the health department in the state has started its preparations.
The Health Department is taking full vigil in the state and instructions have also been given by the department to make a ten-bed ward in the Government Medical College.
Advisory also issued for symptoms and treatment
After the corona infection, the health department has issued an alert regarding the rapidly spreading monkey and chicken pox disease across the country and has also issued an advisory for symptoms and treatment. Samples of suspected patients will be sent to labs located in Pune for treatment in private hospitals including government.