Inspected the intensive work being done by Dhanvantari Raths and survey teams at primary health center
Vadodara District Collector Shalini Agarwal visited the rural areas of Vadodara taluka and inspected the intensive health work being carried out at the primary health center, by the Dhanvantari health raths and by the door-to-door survey teams to prevent covid infection.
She had earlier sought public opinion on the performance of health teams along with taking care of the villagers who have been released from Corona and applauded the health workers for positive public opinion.
She is particularly interested in pregnant women physicians and called ANM sisters duty as motivational and applauded them. Chief District Health Officer Dr. Uday Tilawat accompanied the collector during the visit.
She also inspected the sampling procedure for rapid antigen test during a visit to Bhayali Primary Health Center. She also gave instructions for RTPCR test for people who tested negative and however showed symptoms of corona.
At present necessary health services are being provided to 100 to 120 people per day by the 32 Dhanvantari Health Raths in the district. The Collector monitor the ongoing work of diagnosis, treatment and sampling by the Health Chariot at Sevasi and give instructions to make the operation more effective.
She also observed the door-to-door survey being conducted by the health team in Ankodia village and inquired about the health and service of the elders and children. People described the health services as satisfactory.
She interacted with the people and inquired about their health and requested them to wear masks, avoid unnecessary rush, maintain social distance, follow the rules of sanitization and hand washing with soap and avoid crowds and such places. She applauded the doctors and health workers for their conscientious work.