Author – Kamaal Sayed | Surat |
Published : 26. March 2020. 10:16:20
According to officials, 9 hailstones have been investigated to date.
In the last six days, 42.34 people, including 1.59 elderly people, were examined by the Municipal Health Service Surat (SMC) during a home visit. Of these, 6,338 patients had a cold, cough and fever.
On average, a civil servant completes 200 houses a day. So far the study covers 9 deer houses, according to the officials. The city council began the investigation following the arrest on 19 January of a 21-year-old Surat student on his way back from London. March had tested positive.
The city is divided into eight municipal areas. More than 1040 teams have been formed (each team consists of two officials) who visit each house to collect details.
Mitali Gevala, an MCC employee who took part in the investigation, said we will meet at the medical centre office at 9 a.m. where our supervisor will give us a leaflet with details of the companies to be interviewed.
The list of questions included whether family members had recently left the country or had come into contact with such foreign returnees. Bessie. We also want to know if someone has a cold, cough, fever and shortness of breath. Details of recommended domestic quarantine are also recorded, Geva added.
said Surat Banchanidhi Pani city commissioner: So far, our teams have treated 42.34 lackeys, of which about 6338 patients have complained of normal coughs, colds and fevers. We hope to reach the entire population of Surat in the coming days. We’re also keeping an eye on the people in the quarantine house.
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