Scheme will soon be formulated to teach Urdu language in the State: Sh. Manohar Lal

Five Community Centres will be built in Muslim-dominated areas

Chandigarh, October 11– Haryana Chief Minister, Sh. Manohar Lal said that a plan is being formulated to teach the language being predominantly used in a particular area for the welfare of the people of that area. This announcement was made by the Chief Minister in the context of Urdu language during the direct dialogue with BJP Minority Morcha. During the meeting, National Vice-President of BJP Minority Morcha, Sh. Zakir Hussain, State President of Haryana BJP Minority Morcha, Sh. Naseem Ahmed and OSD to Chief Minister, Sh. Bhupeshwar Dayal were present.

While emphasizing on the slogan of Haryana Ek-Haryanvi Ek, Chief Minister, Sh. Manohar Lal said that we all have to co-exist in peace and harmony in the State so as to fulfill the vision of a civilized society by helping and respecting each other’s customs. He said that the Bharatiya Janata Party is moving ahead with this objective. He alerted the people of the minority society against getting misled in the name of caste due to vote bank politics and advised them to work in the interest of society and country.

The Chief Minister, Sh. Manohar Lal said that the Central and State Governments are keeping a keen eye on the most backward areas. Along with development of such areas, education and health services will be further enhanced.

Approval for 5 Community Centres immediately

On the demand of Minority Morcha, Chief Minister, Sh. Manohar Lal announced to build 5 Community Centres in Muslim-dominated areas. For this, he asked the members to select five places and submit a list in this regard. The Chief Minister said that Gram Darshan Portal has been made to address development-related problems in villages. Through this portal the complainant can directly reach the District Administration to raise any issue related to street, drains and other problems of the villages. The Government will now also set up Nagar Darshan Portal on the same lines, which will cater to the development problems of the urban area.

Shiv Dham Vikas Yojana

The Chief Minister said that the government has started Shiv Dham Vikas Yojana to develop cremation grounds and graveyards in the State. Under this Scheme, arrangements are being made to build boundary walls, sheds and provide drinking water in these places along with construction of roads for smooth movement of traffic. He said that the people can write to the concerned Deputy Commissioner to address issues related to such places in their areas.

No shortage of manure in the State

Furthermore, the Chief Minister said that there will be no shortage of manure for the farmers in the State during the Rabi season. He has already met the Union Minister in this regard, he added. Haryana will get the supply of fertilizers soon.

Registration of all on Parivaar Pehchan Patra (PPP)

Chief Minister, Sh. Manohar Lal called upon all the office bearers of Minority Morcha to get maximum people registered under Parivaar Pehchan Patra. The benefits of all the schemes of the Centre and State government will be available through PPP in future, he added. He said that the government will reach the poor families directly. Through the Mukhyamantri Parivar Utthan Yojana, the government will provide work to the families with income less than Rs. 50,000 as per their skills and this will enhance their income as well.

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Chief Minister Chairs First meeting of Haryana Parivar Pehchan Authority

Ensure data of every eligible family is verified along with the drafting of necessary rules and policies at the earliest, says Manohar Lal

Highest standard of security adopted while collecting and verifying PPP data, Chief Minister

Chandigarh, October 11: Haryana Chief Minister, Sh. Manohar Lal while chairing the first meeting of Haryana Parivar Pehchan Authority (HPPA) here today directed the officers concerned to ensure that from November 1, 2021, onwards all the schemes and services being given by various departments should be given only through Parivar Pehchan Patra (PPP).

“The Authority will ensure that data of every eligible family entitled to get benefits of all government schemes is verified along with the drafting of necessary rules and policies at the earliest with the prior approval of the state government so that the beneficiaries can get benefits in a time bound manner,” said Sh. Manohar Lal, who is also the Chairman of the Authority.

The Chief Minister said that the Parivar Pehchan Patra is an ambitious scheme of the State Government, which not only would ensure that all welfare schemes reach those at the bottom of the pyramid but would also give a single unique family Id to every family so as to avail government services.

Chief Executive Officer, HPPA, Sh. Vikas Gupta apprised the Chief Minister that till date more than 64 lakh families have registered on the PPP portal of which more than 56 lakh families have given self-declaration of the data shared by them, while the verification of the data is still in progress.

He further shared that out of the 315 services being presently given through the Saral portal, 286 services have been already integrated with the PPP portal. Along with this data of PDS and pension schemes have also been integrated with the PPP portal, while the work of integration process of property IDs is going on and would be completed soon.

The highest standard of security has been adopted while collecting and verifying the PPP data and there is no chance of security breach. Special IT teams would be hired to ensure safety from any kind of theft of this data, said Sh. Vikas Gupta.

Dy. Chairperson, HPPA, Sh. B K Gairola, Chief Principal Secretary to Chief Minister, Sh. D.S. Dhesi, Additional Chief Secretary and Financial Commissioner, Revenue and Disaster Management and Consolidation Department, Sh. Sanjeev Kaushal, Additional Chief Secretary, Finance Department, Sh. T.V.S.N. Prasad, Additional Chief Secretary, Agriculture and Farmers’ Welfare Department, Dr. Sumita Misra, Principal Secretary to Chief Minister, Sh. V. Umashankar, Principal Secretary Urban Local Bodies Department, Sh. Arun Kumar Gupta also remained present during the meeting along with the expert members of the HPPA who had joined the meeting through video conferencing.

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Haryana Deputy Chief Minister, Sh. Dushyant Chautala laid the foundation stones of eight different projects to be constructed at a cost of Rs.26.20 crore and inaugurated a developmental project worth Rs 3.07 crore after the monthly meeting of District Grievance Redressal Committee in Faridabad here today.

Chandigarh, October 11- Haryana Deputy Chief Minister, Sh. Dushyant Chautala laid the foundation stones of eight different projects to be constructed at a cost of Rs.26.20 crore and inaugurated a developmental project worth Rs 3.07 crore after the monthly meeting of District Grievance Redressal Committee in Faridabad here today. He said that these developmental projects would be beneficial for the people of rural and urban areas.

Sh. Dushyant Chautala first inaugurated the Foot-over-Bridge constructed at a cost of Rs 307.23 lakh at Surajkund roundabout on Surajkund Road, Faridabad today. He said that the people of the area had demanded for construction of this Foot-over-Bridge since a long time. He said that with the construction of this Foot-over-Bridge there will be a decline in the number of accidents in this area which usually witnesses heavy traffic.

Subsequently, he also laid the foundation stone of eight other projects to be constructed at a cost of Rs 26.10 crore. These developmental projects include widening and strengthening of Kurali to Bhikuka via Firozpur Atali Road at a cost of Rs 286.98 lakh, widening and strengthening of Badraula to Chandpur via Bahadurpur Road at a cost of Rs 151.75 lakh, widening and strengthening of Kureshipur to Nangla Gujran Road at a cost of Rs 114.09 lakh. The renovation of Arwa Pontoon Bridge to Shahjanpur Khadar Road at a cost of Rs.526.32 lakh and the road up to Fatehpur Atta (UP) will be renovated at a cost of Rs.142.00 lakh.

Along with this, construction of new road from Shahjanpur Khadar to Latifpur at a cost of Rs 139.84 lakh and extension of road from cement block to Faridabad Jasana Chirsi Manjhawali at a cost of Rs 759.23 lakh was started. Likewise, the foundation stones were laid for the construction of a Waste Water Management Project in Dhoj village at a cost of Rs 1.66 lakh and a model pond at a cost of Rs 3.24 lakh in Sikri village. Earlier, while presiding over the meeting of the District Grievance Redressal Committee of Faridabad district, the Deputy Chief Minister directed officers of MC to ensure supply of 2.5 lakh litres of drinking water per day to the people of Green Field Colony within a week. A total of 20 cases were taken up in the meeting, of which 10 cases were settled on the spot. Committees were constituted in five cases and officers concerned were asked to take action in the remaining five cases and to submit report in the next meeting.

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Digital technology to be used to make ULB more effective - Urban Local Bodies Minister

Committee to be constituted to implement the digital system – Sh. Anil Vij

Chandigarh, October 11- Haryana Urban Local Bodies Minister, Sh. Anil Vij while directing the officers of the Urban Local Bodies Department said that digital technology should be used to make the Urban Local Bodies Department more effective. He said that to implement the digital system, a committee be constituted so that the ongoing development works in the cities of the state can be digitally monitored and such works can be completed on time.

Sh. Vij was presiding over the Review Meeting of the officers of Urban Local Bodies Department here today.

Random checking of ongoing development works in a transparent manner – Sh. Vij

Sh. Vij elaborated that a transparent plan should be formulated for the ongoing developmental works in the cities of the State and random checking of development works should also be done according to this plan. He said that technology should also be fully utilised under the Scheme to be made so that the services of municipal bodies can be made available to the people sitting at home. He further added that a time limit should be fixed for all the ongoing developmental works related to the Urban Local Bodies Department and if any contractor does not complete the work within the stipulated time frame, then action should be taken against him by imposing penalty. Similarly, there should be a third party investigation into the developmental works being carried out in different cities of the State, wherein technical experts should also be involved.

Formation of back-up teams by the municipal bodies according to the respective city- Sh. Vij

Further streamlining the system, Sh. Vij said that the contractors engaged in cleaning work should be checked to manage the cleaning work in the cities efficiently. Similarly, back-up teams for cleaning and lighting etc. should be made according to each city and town so that the works of local bodies can be effectively dealt with. While giving instructions to the officers, Sh. Vij said the Swachh App should also be handled in an effective manner.

Website to be developed to monitor developmental plans- Sh. Vij

While giving strict instructions to the officers, he said that a time-limit for the developmental works should be fixed and databases should be prepared so that these works can be closely monitored. While directing the officials, the Urban Local Minister said that a website should be developed to monitor the ongoing development works so that these works can be monitored. Similarly, the officers of the department should be deputed to check the developmental works from time to time so that the works can be completed within the stipulated time frame.

Nagar Darshan Portal is being prepared for people's complaints and suggestions

While directing the officers, Sh. Vij said that a system should be prepared for registering the grievances of the people. Reacting to it, the officers present in the meeting said a portal named Nagar Darshan is being prepared in this regard wherein people can register their grievances. Complaints, demands and suggestions will be taken up here. Similarly, by the time this portal is ready, manual arrangements will be made in the offices of Urban Bodies for redressal of grievances of the people. He directed officers to streamline the working of the Department at the earliest. Besides this, he directed to expedite the developmental projects in the State and to inspect the projects which have been completed.

From the coming 2022-23, the audit of the CAG will also be done in the municipal bodies

Sh. Vij directed the officers to make proper use of the existing infrastructure to increase the income of the Bodies. In the meeting, the officials apprised the Minister that new technology and works are being considered for the disposal of solid waste. Similarly, the officials apprised the minister that from 2022-23, the audit of CAG will also be done in the Municipal Bodies. He said that fogging should be done in the cities of the State so that mosquito-borne diseases can be prevented.

During the meeting, the Urban Local Bodies Minister said that the State has to move forward with new work culture, new methods and modern technology, only then will it be able to provide superlative facilities to the people of the State.

In the meeting, Principal Secretary, Urban Local Bodies Department Sh. Arun Gupta and Director Sh. D.K. Behera and other officials were present.

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Haryana Government has given time till October 20, 2021 to private schools to update their data for reimbursement of student fee under Rule 134-A.

Chandigarh, October 11- Haryana Government has given time till October 20, 2021 to private schools to update their data for reimbursement of student fee under Rule 134-A.

Giving information in this regard, an official spokesperson said that the State Government has developed an online portal under Rule 134-A for reimbursement of fee of students promoted in recognized private schools from Class II to VIII during the academic session 2020-21.

Thus, the recognized private schools in which meritorious students of BPL / EWS category have been admitted under the above rule, can update their data till October 20, 2021 by clicking on 'APPLICATION PRINT' section given on the link of departmental website. For any enquiry, e-mail id hryedu.fee134@gmail.com or phone number 0172-5049801 can be contacted.

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The classes for B.Ed and M.Ed courses in the colleges under Indira Gandhi University, Mirpur, Haryana will start from October 21, 2021.

Chandigarh, October 11- The classes for B.Ed and M.Ed courses in the colleges under Indira Gandhi University, Mirpur, Haryana will start from October 21, 2021.

Giving information about this, a spokesperson of the university said that admission to B.Ed and M.Ed courses in the colleges of Rewari and Mahendragarh district affiliated to this university for the academic session 2021-22 will be without late fee till October 18, 2021. Thereafter, admission will be held from October 19 to 29 with a late fee of Rs 1,000 and from October 30 to November 10, 2021 with a late fee of Rs 2,000. He said that the website of the university can be visited for more details.

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Haryana Minister of State for Woman and Child Development, Smt. Kamlesh Dhanda, while congratulating the women of Haryana on the occasion of International Girl Child Day, said that the vision of women empowerment can be fulfilled only through the development of girl child.

Chandigarh, October 11- Haryana Minister of State for Woman and Child Development, Smt. Kamlesh Dhanda, while congratulating the women of Haryana on the occasion of International Girl Child Day, said that the vision of women empowerment can be fulfilled only through the development of girl child. Women were empowered in the past and will always be empowered because a civilized society cannot be built without them.

Smt. Dhanda said that on the Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav, programmes for International Girl Child Day are being organized at various places in the state today, in which women doing excellent work in the society, whether they are social workers or sportspersons or officers and employees in the government sector are specially invited.

She said that on the occasion of Navratras, nine goddesses have also been associated with women, that is why we pray for a prosperous society by worshiping girls on Ashtami-Navami on the last day of Navratras.

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Online applications have been invited from the students keen to take admission in Class VI and Class IX in Sainik Schools for the academic session 2022-23 till October 26, 2021.

Chandigarh, October 11- Online applications have been invited from the students keen to take admission in Class VI and Class IX in Sainik Schools for the academic session 2022-23 till October 26, 2021. The All India Sainik School Entrance Examination (AISSEE) for admission to these classes will be held on January 9, 2022. For more information in this regard website www.nta.ac.in or www.aissee.nta.nic.in can be visited.

Sharing information in this regard, an official spokesperson said that in the academic session 2022-23, Sainik School, Kunjpura (Karnal) has 83 seats (73 boys, 10 girls) and Sainik School, Rewari has 60 seats (50 boys, 10 girls) in Class VI. The examination for Class VI will of 300 marks while for Class IX it will be of 400 marks and its duration will be 150 minutes and 180 minutes respectively.

He said that in the admission examination of Class VI, subjects like Mathematics will carry 150 marks while the Intelligence, Language and General Knowledge will carry 50 marks each. Similarly, in class IX admission examination, Mathematics will carry 200 marks and subjects like English, Intelligence, General Science and Social Studies will carry 50 marks each.

The spokesperson said that the date of birth of the student seeking admission in Class VI should be between April 1, 2010 to March 31, 2012 and for admission in Class IX, the date of birth of the student should be between April 1, 2007 to March 31, 2009. He said that the fee for admission has been fixed at Rs. 550 for General/OBC/Defense/Ex-Defence Category and Rs. 400 for SC/ST Category students.

He added that during applying online, the candidate will have to upload the photo, signature, left hand thumb impression, certificates of birth, domicile, caste etc. He said that the admission of the student in Sainik School would be done purely on the basis of merit list after interview and medical examination.

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Haryana Social Justice and Empowerment Department, in collaboration with the Ministry of Minorities has invited applications from 6 minority communities (Jains, Buddhists, Sikhs Parsis, Muslims, Christians) for pre-matric, post-matric and merit-cum-means scholarship schemes for the year 2021-22.

Chandigarh, October 11- Haryana Social Justice and Empowerment Department, in collaboration with the Ministry of Minorities has invited applications from 6 minority communities (Jains, Buddhists, Sikhs Parsis, Muslims, Christians) for pre-matric, post-matric and merit-cum-means scholarship schemes for the year 2021-22.

While giving this information today, an official spokesperson said that the last date to apply online for pre-matric scholarship is November 15, 2021 and the last date to apply online for post-matric scholarship and merit-cum-means / top-class scholarship is November 30, 2021.

He said that the applicant should be a student of any one of the notified minority communities (Jain, Buddhist, Sikh, Parsi, Muslim, Christian) and the family income should not exceed the prescribed limit. He said that the applicant should be studying in any government or private recognized university / institutes / colleges / schools. The minimum duration of the course should be one year and the applicant must have secured 50% or more marks in the previous annual board class examination.

The spokesperson said that applicants can apply online on National Scholarship Portal www.scholarship.gov.in or Mobile App National Scholarships (NSP). Detailed instructions and Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) in this regard are available on the home page of the National Scholarship Portal. He said that the applicants should provide only those bank account details which are active and as per the instructions of the bank so that the payment of scholarship does not fail.

He said that for detailed information interested candidates can visit the website of the Ministry of Minority Affairs www.minorityaffairs.gov.in. Apart from this, the toll free Samadhan helpline 1800-11-2001 can also be contacted from 9 am to 5.30 pm from Monday to Friday except state holidays.

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Haryana Government while implementing Haryana Civil Services (Government Employees Conduct) Rules, 2016 has banned the participation of employees in politics and elections.

Chandigarh, October 11: Haryana Government while implementing Haryana Civil Services (Government Employees Conduct) Rules, 2016 has banned the participation of employees in politics and elections. A notification has also been issued from the office of the Chief Secretary in this regard.

Sharing more details in this regard, an official spokesperson said that Administrative Secretaries, Heads of Department, Managing Directors, Chief Administrators of Boards, Corporations, Divisional Commissioners, Deputy Commissioners of Haryana, Registrar of Universities of Haryana and Registrar (General), Punjab and Haryana High Court have been directed to ensure compliance of Rules 9 and 10 of Haryana Civil Services (Government Employees' Conduct) Rules, 2016 in letter and in spirit. Any violation of the same shall invite immediate and strict disciplinary action.

Taking part in politics and elections

The spokesperson said that as per the notification, no Government employee shall be a member of, or be otherwise associated with, any political party or any organization, which takes part in politics, nor shall take part in, or subscribe in aid of, or assist in any other manner, any political movement or activity.

Further, it shall be the duty of every Government employee to endeavour to prevent any member of his family from taking part in or subscribing in aid of or assisting in any other manner, any movement or activity which is, or tends directly or indirectly to be subversive of the Government as by law established, and where a Government employee is unable to prevent member of his family from taking part in or subscribing in aid of, or assisting in any other manner, any such movement or activity, he shall make a report to that effect to the Government, added the spokesperson.

If any question arises whether a party is a political party or whether any organization takes part in politics or whether any movement or activity falls within the scope of sub-rule (2), the decision of the Government thereon shall be final.

The spokesperson further informed that no Government employee shall canvass or otherwise interfere with, or use his influence in connection with or take part in, an election to any legislature or local authority, provided that a Government employee is qualified to vote at such election may exercise his right to vote, but where he does so, he shall give no indication of the manner in which he proposes to vote or has voted, he shall not be deemed to have contravened the provisions of this sub-rule by reason only that he has assisted in the conduct of an election in the due performance of a duty imposed on him by or under any law for the time being in force.

The display by a Government employee on his person, vehicle or residence of any electoral symbol shall amount to using his influence in connection with an election, within the meaning of this sub-rule, added the spokesperson.

Joining of Associations

The spokesperson said that no Government employee shall join or continue to be a member of an association, the objects or activities of which are prejudicial to the interest of the sovereignty and integrity of India or public order or morality.

Further, no Government employee shall be a member, office bearer of more than one such association at the State level and at the National level, the aims or objectives of which relate to the promotion of sports.

However, the employee of the sports department may become member, office bearer of only one association at State level and one at National level that too in the area of his own specialty, discipline.

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Importance of genomic surveillance has increased during the crisis of Covid-19 pandemic. It is especially used in clinical diagnostics.

Chandigarh, October 11- The Vice-Chancellor of Maharshi Dayanand University (MDU), Rohtak, Professor Rajbir Singh said that the importance of genomic surveillance has increased during the crisis of Covid-19 pandemic. It is especially used in clinical diagnostics.

Professor Rajbir Singh was expressing his views after inaugurating the Next-Generation Genome Sequencing (NGS) laboratory at MDU today. This State-of-the-art scientific laboratory has been established by the Path organization with financial support from the Rockefeller Foundation.

Vice-Chancellor, Professor Rajbir Singh called upon the university professors present on the occasion to use higher studies and research of genome-sequencing for human welfare.

Pt. B.D Sharma of University of Health Sciences, Pulmonary Medicine and Head of the Department of Critical Care, Professor Dhruv Choudhary were also present on the occasion.

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HEALTH DEPARTMENT GOVERNMENT OF HARYANA

Website: haryanahealth.nic.in Email: dhs.idspdatam@hry.nic.in

Media Bulletin on COVID–19, Dated- 11/10/2021

The Detailed Status of Surveillance Activity for COVID-19 as on 11th October, 2021 is given below:

Total No. of Sample Taken Today

13039

Total No. of Positive Cases Detected Today

7

Total Positive Cases under Home Isolation (10-10-2021)

71

Total No. of Samples Sent till date

12639114

Total No. of Samples found Positive till date

771000 (M: 471153

F: 299830

Transgender: 17)

Total Positive COVID-19 Patients Recovered / Discharged till date

760860

Total Active COVID-19 Patients

92

No. of Deaths

9875

Total No. of People Vaccinated today

94006

(1st Dose: 41002,

2nd Dose: 53004

Cumulative Coverage of Vaccination

24123267

COVID-19 Today (11-10-2021) Positivity Rate

0.04%

COVID-19 Cumulative Positivity Rate

6.11%

Recovery Rate

98.68%

Fatality Rate

1.28%

Tests Per Million Population

498584


District Wise Details:

Sr

No

Name of District

Positive Cases Today

Cumulative Positive Cases

Cumulative Recovered/ Discharged Cases

Recovery Rate (%)

No. of Deaths

No of Active Cases

COVID-19, Vaccination Status

(NHM, Haryana)

Coverage of

Vaccination on

11-10-2021

Cumulative Coverage of

Vaccination

Dose 1st

Dose 2nd

1

Gurugram

4

181288

180317[9]

99.46

922

49

4476

5244

3311073

2

Faridabad

0

99860

99141[1]

99.28

716

3

4451

8974

2254368

3

Hisar

0

53993

52861

97.90

1131

1

1719

2128

1270784

4

Sonepat

0

47137

46881

99.46

254

2

3115

2675

1304925

5

Karnal

0

40033

39481[1]

98.62

551

1

2195

3028

1362289

6

Panipat

0

31148

30510

97.95

566

1

1998

1569

1036512

7

Panchkula

0

30744

30360[2]

98.75

378

6

639

1259

700713

8

Ambala

2

30148

29632

98.29

509

7

851

3286

1363106

9

Sirsa

0

29276

28767

98.26

508

1

1596

1676

1022557

10

Rohtak

0

25897

25344

97.86

500

2

3272

3666

872853

11

Yamunanagar

0

24624

24202

98.29

414

8

2389

1988

1105708

12

Bhiwani

0

22409

21762

97.11

608

0

1509

3320

971968

13

Kurukshetra

0

22145

21786

98.38

357

2

1262

1478

815401

14

Mahindergarh

0

21689

21534

99.29

155

0

659

1209

793975

15

Jind

0

21208

20672

97.47

533

3

2576

1406

856544

16

Rewari

1

20323

20100

98.90

221

2

1248

1447

897782

17

Jhajjar

0

18848

18514

98.23

328

0

1884

2685

889551

18

Fatehabad

0

17874

17404

97.37

465

0

674

1155

751267

19

Kaithal

0

11242

10894[2]

96.90

345

2

858

1274

784426

20

Palwal

0

11024

10870

98.60

153

1

1487

1497

780401

21

Charkhi Dadri

0

5076

4938

97.28

138

0

222

1485

586663

22

Nuh

0

5014

4890

97.53

123

1

1922

555

390401

Total

7

771000

760860[15]

98.68

9875

92

41002

53004

24123267


Major Activities undertaken by the State of Haryana to control the spread of COVID-19

• Department of Health fixed the per day upper cap of COVID treatment charges in all private hospitals through order dated 25.06.2020. The rates for isolation beds (Rs. 8, 000 per day for Non- NABH Hospitals, Rs. 10, 000 per day for JCI/ NABH Hospitals), ICU Beds without Ventilators (Rs. 13, 000 per day for Non- NABH Hospitals, Rs. 15, 000 per day for JCI/ NABH Hospitals), ICU Beds with Ventilators (Rs. 15, 000 per day for Non- NABH Hospitals, Rs. 18, 000 per day for JCI/ NABH Hospitals).

• State Government has fixed the Rates/ Charges for different type of COVID 19 testing as below:-

1. CBNAAT testing- 2400/-.

2. True NAT Testing- 1250/-

3. RTPCR Samples collected at private hospitals/ labs and their designated collection centers - 299/-

4. RTPCR Samples collected through home visits - 499/-

5. Rapid Antigen Testing-350/-

6. IgG based ELISA Testing-250/-

Sr. No.

Investigation

Maximum Charges in Rs.

1

CT/HRCT Chest

2100

2

IL -6

1000

3

D- Dimer

400

4

LDH

250

5

CRP

350

6

Procalcitonin

1500

7

Ferritin

300

• The Government of Haryana has fixed the upper limited of lab test in patients of COVID-19/ post-COVID sequelae, as tabulated below:-

• Haryana Village General Health Checkup Scheme: The scheme was initiated from May 15, 2021 & villages with high

COVID load were taken on priority and Rapid Antigen Testing (RAT) was the main stay of screening. Till date, total

1,73,79,228 were screened and 1,10,928 cases of ILI were detected and 5,164 positive cases were diagnosed, isolated and treated to prevent the spread of disease. The villages with positivity more than 5% were re-screened. Out of 13,22,058 people re-screened, 90 positive cases were detected and treated to effectively curtail the spread.

• Total 2637 number of Plasma Units collected from COVID 19 recovered patients till date and 1738 COVID 19 Patients given Plasma Therapy treatment till date.

• Control Room –cum- Helpline of 30 lines has been made operational at Panchkula. Services of tele-medicines are being provided through helpline. The helpline nos. are 8558893911, 1075 and 108 (Ambulance Services) available for 24 X 7.

• The State Government notified ‘The Haryana Government Epidemic, COVID-19 Regulations, 2020’ under the Epidemic

Disease Act 1897 on 11th March 2020.

• Nineteen Government Labs, one each at PGIMS, Rohtak (capacity 3000 sample per day) and BPS Khanpur Kalan (2000 sample per day), ESIC Medical College Faridabad (2000 sample per day), Kalpna Chawla Medical College Karnal (2000 sample per day), Civil Hospital, Gurugram (1800 sample per day), Civil Hospital, Panchkula (2000 sample per day), Command Hospital (150 sample per day), SHKMGMC, Nalhar (2000 samples per day), TRANSATIONAL Lab, Faridabad (500 sample per day), Civil Hospital, Ambala (2500 sample per day), MAMC Agroha, Hisar (1500 sample per day), Civil Hospital, Sirsa (1500 sample per day), Civil Hospital Rewari (1500 sample per day), CHC UCHANA JIND (900 sample per day), Civil Hospital, Panipat (1500 sample per day), IMTECH, CSIR, Chandigarh (200 sample per day), Civil Hospital, Yamunanagar (2500 sample per day) and Civil Hospital, Bhiwani (1000 sample per day) District Molecular Lab, Faridabad(900 sample per day) are for doing test for COVID-19 and Nineteen Private Labs at CORE Diagnostics (5000 sample per day), Modern Diagnostic & Research Centre Lab, Gurugram (2500 sample per day), Dr. Lal Path Lab (3000 sample per day), SGT Gurugram (1500 sample per day), MolQ lab, Gurugram (1200 sample per day), Molecular Lab, Adesh Medical College and Hospital, Kurukshetra (2500 sample per day), AAL Research and Solution Pvt. Ltd., Panchkula (1500 sample per day), Spice Healthcare Pvt. Ltd., Gurugram (25000 sample per day), Pathline Labs Privat e Limited, Sec-63, Noida, UP (3500 sample per day), Life Cell International Pvt. Ltd., Gurugram (3000 sample per day), Hindustan Wellness Lab, Gurugram (6000 sample per day), CNC Pathlab Jhandewalla, Delhi (2500 sample per day), NC Medical College, Israna, Paniath (750 sample per day), AL FALAH Medical College Faridabad (400 sample per day) and Genestrings Diagnostic Centre, Delhi (4000 sample per day), Genestore Lab, Gurugram (40000 sample per day), THS Diagnostics, Okhla, New Delhi, Delhi(1000 sample per day), NKV Path Lab, Gurugram (2000 sample per day), Molecular Lab, Sarvodaya Hospital, Faridabad (1000 sample per day), are doing test for COVID-19.

• More than 88.70 lac persons have already downloaded AarogyaSetu App in Haryana.

• More than 20 Mobile Health Teams have already been formed to check health status regarding SARI, ILI etc.

• Haryana has 41,412 bedded quarantine facilities in Dedicated COVID Care Centers and 23,780 Beds are available in

Dedicated COVID Hospitals and in Dedicated COVID Health Centers.

• Department of Ayush has distributed immunity boosting medicines to more than 12.19 lac persons in containment zones.

• Monitoring of Home Isolation Kits Distributed as on 11th October 2021: 37460 (Details provided by National Health Mission, Haryana).

• Outcome of certain COVID-19 positive cases is under investigation with State COVID-19 Review Committee.

State Nodal Officer – IDSP

24x7 State Control Room-nCoV number: 8558893911(Panchkula, Gurugram and Faridabad district)1075 & 108

MoHFW, GoI 24x7 Control Room Number: +91-11-23978046

Website:www.mohfw.gov.in