Chief Minister inspects airport runway extension works
Directs Civil Aviation Department and Administrative Officers to expedite development works
Chandigarh, October 26: Haryana Chief Minister, Sh. Manohar Lal while reviewing the work of second phase of Maharaja Agrasen Airport has directed the officers of the concerned departments to ensure that all the work related to the airport is completed within the stipulated time frame.

While chairing a review meeting of the officers of the civil aviation department and administrative officers at the airport on Tuesday, the Chief Minister also reviewed department-wise progress of various ongoing works.

In the meeting, Divisional Commissioner, Sh. Chander Shekhar, Deputy Commissioner Dr. Priyanka Soni and officials of the Civil Aviation Department apprised the Chief Minister about the progress of the works done so far.

After the meeting, the Chief Minister also inspected the runway extension works near Talwandi Marg and gave necessary directions to the officers of the Civil Aviation Department.

Captain Rajesh Pratap Singh, Senior Member, Joint Working Group, Integrated Aviation Hub, apprised the Chief Minister that further action is being taken after completing all the formalities required for the expansion of the runway and other construction works.

The Chief Minister was apprised about various other works going on including shifting of Haryana Vidyut Prasaran Nigam high tension power line, setting up of 33 KW sub-station on 2 acres of airport land, construction of alternate route from Barwala road, observation home shifting, cat lighting works, shifting of the water supply channel and terminal. Work is being done at an accelerated pace to complete other projects including building boundary wall on time etc.

On this occasion, Mayor, Sh. Gautam Sardana, Commissioner, Municipal Corporation, Sh. Ashok Kumar Garg, DIG Balwan Singh Rana, Administrator, HSVP, Sh. Rajesh Jogpal, Additional Deputy Commissioner, Sh. Swapnil Ravindra Patil and officials of concerned departments remained present.
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Our commitment to promoting tourism based on natural philosophy, Forest Minister

Morni hills heritage of natural biodiversity, says Kanwar Pal

Chandigarh October 26: Haryana Forest, Tourism and Education Minister, Sh. Kanwar Pal said that it is the government's commitment to promoting tourism based on natural philosophy. He said that the state government under the leadership of Haryana Chief Minister, Sh. Manohar Lal has done a lot of work to promote tourism in Morni Hills, as a result of which there has been a record increase in the number of tourists visiting Morni.

Sh. Kanwar Pal said this while addressing a programme organized by the Forest Department at the proposed field hostel and resthouse site after participating in the series of foundation-laying programmes held in Morni Hills today. Earlier, Sh. Kanwar Pal laid the foundation stone of Lal Muniya Vishram Grih and proposed field hostel.

He said that the Morni area is the most beautiful example of the cultivation of ginger and maize, organic farming. He said that according to our tradition, nature is the real form of God.

Welcoming the Forest Minister on this occasion, Principal Chief Conservator of Forests, Sh. V.S Tanwar said that nature education is the need of the hour. A target of planting 3 crore saplings has been set this year.

He said that joint work culture is being developed by the Forest Department by coordinating with other departments in the various fields including forest development, forest conservation, forest protection etc.

Former MLA, Kalka and National Treasurer, BJP Mahila Morcha, Smt. Latika Sharma said that the state government under the leadership of Sh. Manohar Lal has provided all necessary facilities to the people living in the Morni area. She said that excellent work has been done especially in the power sector, road connection, education and health sector.

At the beginning of the programme, Additional Principal Chief Conservator of Forests, Northern Region, Sh. T.P Singh said that in the era of climate change, mankind is facing many natural calamities and there is only one way to get rid of these problems is to protect the environment.

On this occasion, Principal Chief Conservator Forests, Wildlife, Sh. Jagdish Chandra said that the Morni hills are the shelter of various wild animals, especially leopard, chital, pheasant, sambar, wild rooster along innumerable species of birds.

On this occasion, Additional Principal Chief Conservator of Forests, Sh. Suresh Dalal, Sh. KC Meena, DFO Morni, Bhupendra Raghav, Additional DFO, Ms. Anita, Chief Publicity Officer, Dharamveer along with citizens, teachers and students of the Forest Department and civil society were present.

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हरियाणा के सहकारिता मंत्री डा. बनवारी लाल पलवल में जिला लोक संपर्क एवं परिवाद समिति की बैठक की अध्यक्षता करते हुए। (26 अक्तूबर, 2021)

हरियाणा के सहकारिता मंत्री डॉ बनवारी लाल पलवल सहकारी चीनी मिल के पिराई सत्र 2021-22 का केन में गन्ना डालकर शुभारम्भ करते हुए। (26.10.21)

हरियाणा के सहकारिता मंत्री डॉ बनवारी लाल पलवल सहकारी चीनी मिल के पिराई सत्र 2021-22 का केन में गन्ना डालकर शुभारम्भ करने के दौरान गन्ना लेकर आए किसान को चौक देकर सम्मानित करते हुए। (26.10.21)

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Haryana Right to Service Commission

Chandigarh, October 26- Haryana Right to Service Commission has sought a response from Dr. Rohtas Yadav, former Director of Pandit Bhagwat Dayal Sharma Postgraduate Institute of Medical Sciences, Rohtak, for misrepresentation in a case related to non-issuance of death certificates within the stipulated time. Along with this, it has also been decided to issue suo motu notices against five doctors of the institute itself in this case.

Secretary of the Commission, Smt. Meenaxee Raj said that all the officers and employees who are found to be negligent in this case will be given notice by the Commission. She said that the doctors against whom the commission has issued suo motu notices mainly responsible for keeping these files pending include doctors Ajay, Anjali, Pema, Sakshi and Amarnath. The commission has also sought the mail id and mobile numbers of these doctors so that notices can be issued to them personally as to why they should not be fined up to Rs 20,000 each for not providing timely service as per the Haryana Right to Service Act, 2014. Apart from this, information has also been sought regarding the date on which 125 pending cases of death, were sent to the office of the Deputy Commissioner or the Office of the Civil Surgeon. Simultaneously, the Deputy Commissioner and the Civil Surgeon have also been asked to confirm whether these cases were received in their offices and the action taken on them.

Giving details about this, Smt. Meenaxee Raj said that in a reply received from the Director of the Institute on October 24, it has been accepted that death certificates have not been issued in 86 cases out of 125 cases. This is in stark contrast to the statement made by former PGI Director Dr. Rohtas Yadav before the Commission during the hearing on October 11, in which he had said that there is no such case of death pending in the Institute in respect of which death certificate is to be issued.

He said that to verify the facts, a telephonic conversation was held with Dr. Geeta, the present Director of PGIMS, Rohtak. He mentioned in the report sent on October 24 that out of the 125 files related to deaths, which were delayed in registration, 107 are from the COVID-19 period, when there were unusual circumstances due to this pandemic. As a result, the system was broken. Moreover, most of the 18 cases from the non-Covid period are from 2019, the delay of which is due to the failure of systematic investigation at every stage. However, it has been argued that is now rectified.

Smt. Meenaxee Raj said that the test report signed by 5 doctors attached to this letter dated October 24 is nothing but a hoax. It is extremely unfortunate that death certificates were not issued even after two years in cases of death in 2019 when the COVID pandemic waa non-existent. Merely placing the blame on the failure of the system does not absolve the person from his/her responsibility for delay in service delivery. While it can be assumed that the system had collapsed due to the COVID pandemic and the death certificates could not be issued in time, the same cannot be said about the 17 cases of 2019.

He said that in 6 out of these 17 cases also after the intervention of the Commission, the death certificate has been issued after more than 2 years on September 10, but unfortunately in the remaining 11 cases, the death certificate has not been issued till date. Death certificate has not been issued till date in 3 cases of death in July, 2019. In respect of these only it is mentioned that the matter has been referred to the office of the Deputy Commissioner or the Office of the Civil Surgeon but the Director has failed to indicate the dates of the reference of the case to any of these offices.

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J.C. Bose University of Science and Technology, YMCA, Faridabad, in collaboration with start-up Haryana and India Accelerator, Gurugram, has started a state-level competition, J.C. Bose Haryana Start-Up Challenge, 2021.

Chandigarh, October 26- To encourage innovative ideas of young entrepreneurs, J.C. Bose University of Science and Technology, YMCA, Faridabad, in collaboration with start-up Haryana and India Accelerator, Gurugram, has started a state-level competition, J.C. Bose Haryana Start-Up Challenge, 2021.

Under this competition, 'Start-up Ideas' have been invited from young talents on selected theme. Sharing information in this regard, the spokesperson said that J.C. Bose Haryana Start-Up Competition -2021 has four main themes, including digital technology, health and medical, smart city and stability.

Based on the technical innovation the theme has been further divided into sub-themes. To participate in the competition, the participant has to register and write a summary of his start-up idea by November 15, 2021. The final competition will be held on November 26, 2021, in which all the final teams and participants will have to offer start-up ideas before Jury panel. The result will be announced on November 27, 2021.

The prizes will be given on Jagdish Chander Bose Jayanti on November 30, 2021, wherein the first prize winner will be rewarded with a cash amount of Rs 10 lakh, Rs 5 lakh for the second prize and Rs 3 lakh for third prize. Among the rewards, J.C. Bose YMCA Incubation Foundation will provide two years of incubation facility and business networking support of 3 months from India Accelerator, Gurugram.

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Haryana Government has notified the ‘Assistance for Waste Management Scheme’ for Industrial Sector

Chandigarh October 26: Haryana Government has notified the ‘Assistance for Waste Management Scheme’ for Industrial Sector under which incentives will be provided to the industries in the state to encourage them to carry out waste management activities including collection, transportation, treatment, and disposal of waste which is not just environmentally, socially, and financially sustainable but is also economically viable.

Giving information in this regard an official spokesperson of Industries and Commerce Department said that the Scheme shall commence with effect from January 1, 2021 and shall remain in operation for a period of 5 years. The assistance shall be admissible on the purchase of land, machinery and equipment on or after January 1, 2021 and before December 31, 2025.

He said that under Assistance for Waste Management Scheme, a financial assistance of 50 percent of project cost (land and building subject to maximum of 25 percent of Project cost) including machinery and equipment up to Rs 50 Crore will be provided to facilitate setting up of electronic waste management and e-waste recovery projects for industries operating in Electronics System Design and Manufacturing (ESDM) sector.

The spokesperson said that New Ultra-Mega Projects, Mega Projects, Large Industries, Micro, Small and Medium enterprises operating in Electronics System Design and Manufacturing (ESDM) sector anywhere in the State shall only be provided financial support by way of reimbursement of expenditure incurred.

The spokesperson said that the restrictive list of the Industries notified under HEEP-2020 shall not be applicable for this assistance. The eligible Units shall also comply with the conditions i.e. the unit shall file IEM/Udhyam Registration Certificate (URC) and Haryana Udhyam Memorandum (HUM) on the portal for the statistical purpose, at any stage. He said that the unit should have obtained NOC/CLU from Competent Authority if applicable. The unit should be in commercial production. He said that the unit should be in regular production at the time of disbursement and the subsidy shall not be released to a closed unit.

While sharing information about methodology for disbursement, he said that the disbursement of financial Assistance will be in three tranches as per following schedule: First Tranche of 25 percent of eligible assistance shall be released after taking 100 percent possession of land and applicant must have incurred expenditure of 50 percent of the eligible project cost. The applicant must submit the progress report as per Annexure V. Second tranche of 25% of eligible assistance will be disbursed after the applicant has already incurred expenditure of 75 percent of the eligible project cost. The applicant must submit the progress report as per Annexure V.

He said that the Third and Final Tranche of the assistance amounting to 50% of eligible assistance will be paid when the applicant has incurred expenditure of 100% of the eligible project cost. The applicant must submit the progress report as per Annexure V.

The spokesperson said that application on prescribed Form (Annexure-l) for the grant of assistance, along with listed documents would be submitted to the Director/ Director General, Industries & Commerce/Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises, on the web portal of the department within 3 months of date of installation or from the date of notification of the scheme, whichever is later. The application would be processed and examined by the Joint Director/Deputy Director, District MSME Centre/ Industries & Commerce. He will be responsible for scrutiny and shall clearly recommend for approval/rejection of the claim after conducting inspection of the unit. The deficiencies, if any, would be communicated to the applicant in writing within a period of 7 days and the applicant would be given a time period of 10 days to rectify the deficiencies so pointed out. An enterprise shall not be required to submit any additional document other than specified under Annexure-l unless required for establishing genuineness of the claim. In case the deficiencies are not removed within the prescribed period, the claim shall be filed by the Competent Authority, under intimation to the applicant through an e-mail.

He said that the applicant shall forfeit its entitlement for the Assistance for Waste Management, if it does not submit its claim, complete in all respects within three months of installation of Equipment as certified by Regional Officer Haryana State Pollution Control Board or from the date of notification of the scheme, whichever is later.

The spokesperson said that the Director/ Director General/ Industries & Commerce, Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises shall be competent authority for sanction of the subsidy.

The spokesperson said that the Administrative Secretary Industries and Commerce, Haryana shall be competent to make interpretation/clarification of provisions of this scheme.

The spokesperson said that an appeal against an order passed by the Comp:tent Authority shall lie with the Administrative Secretary, Industries & Commerce, Haryana within a period of 30 days from the date of communication of orders appealed against. The orders passed by the Administrative Secretary, Industries & Commerce, Haryana in appeal shall be final.

The spokesperson said that the Power to condone delay in submission of application and appeal. He said that the Director/ Director General, Industries & Commerce/ Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises, Haryana shall be competent to condone the delay up to a period of 03 months after the prescribed time limit. The Administrative Secretary, Industries and Commerce, Haryana shall be competent to condone the delay up to a period of 06 months after the prescribed time limit. Provided that the competent authority is satisfied with the reasons of late submission of the application on the basis of the substantial evidence/documents/ arguments presented by the applicant, he added.

The spokesperson said that in case, it is found at any stage that the applicant has claimed the assistance on the basis of wrong facts, the applicant shall besides refunding assistance with compound rate of interest @ 12 percent per annum and facing legal action, will be debarred from grant of any incentives/assistance from the State Government. If the applicant fails to refund the subsidy amount with interest, then the amount shall be recovered as arrear of land revenue. The applicant shall be debarred from public procurement as a result of mismatch in facts and figures, he added.

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ADDITIONAL CHARGE

Chandigarh, October 26- Haryana Government has given additional charge of Sub-Divisional Officer (Civil), Thanesar to Sh. Anubhav Mehta (HCS), Sub-Divisional Officer (Civil) Ladwa and Chief Executive Officer, Kurukshetra Development Board, Kurukshetra with immediate effect.

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PLACEMENT

Chandigarh, October 26- Haryana Government placed the services of Sh. Rajiv Prasad, HCS, Joint Commissioner, Municipal Corporation, Gurugram at the disposal of Chandigarh Administration, Chandigarh with effect from November 1, 2021.

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Haryana Government has appointed Sh. Amarjit Singh Mann, IAS, Special Secretary, Agriculture and Farmers Welfare Department as the Nodal Officer till November 30, 2021

Chandigarh, October 26- Haryana Government has appointed Sh. Amarjit Singh Mann, IAS, Special Secretary, Agriculture and Farmers Welfare Department as the Nodal Officer till November 30, 2021, for the Management of Supply, Distribution and Sale of Fertilizers in the State.

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100-bedded COVID ICU is all set to start in SHKM GMC Nuh

Chandigarh, October 26 - Ensuring state-of-the-art Healthcare facilities even in the deepest pockets of the State, Government of Haryana has successfully set up 100-bedded critical COVID ICU in Shaheed Hasan Khan Mewati Government Medical College located in the outskirts of Nuh in Nalhar. Moreover, this hospital will cater to the medical needs of patients from adjoining NCR-region, Alwar, Mathura, Rewari and Palwal as well, easing off the burden on health institutes in this area.

Sharing information in this regard an official spokesperson of Department of Medical Education and Research said that as per the instructions of GoI triple layer oxygen planning has been done in Medical colleges and the constituent hospitals. Taking steps in this regard State Government through Department of Medical Education and Research has started this 100-bedded ICU where Liquid Medical oxygen tank of 10,000 L capacity along with 3000 LPM capacity PSA plants along with 1026 D- type oxygen cylinders have been installed in Nalhar Nuh. The spokesperson said that the existing capacity of Gas Manifold has been augmented to cater to the need along with the medical gas pipeline work. During second wave there was rush of thousands of patients from Delhi-NCR region towards State of Haryana especially in adjoining districts to seek the medical care, he elaborated. Considering such demand the existing capacity has been augmented and 100 bed Critical COVID care ICU has been set up to meet the rising requirements and needs of the people.

Thus, this completes the oxygen triad for COVID patients care. First being PSA plant, second being Liquid Oxygen tank and third being D-Type cylinders. In case of demand of oxygen the same will be pressed into the service as per the need basis, he added.

The spokesperson said that man and material is the desired combination which is required to achieve the goal of providing superlative healthcare facilities. Thus, ventilators and equipments along with drugs and consumables have been purchased to make it functional. In addition to equipment 143 SRs (Senior Resident doctors) have already joined Government medical colleges along with 54 more specialist doctors as faculty have been offered joining. Further, 275 staff nurses recruitment is under process and another 85 faculty of specialist doctors recruitment process is about to commence soon. With such a large skilled manpower the State Government is ready to meet any eventuality in days to come where ever and whenever the need arises.

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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- 26/10/2021

The Detailed Status of Surveillance Activity for COVID-19 as on 26th October, 2021 is given below:

Total No. of Sample Taken Today

21879

Total No. of Positive Cases Detected Today

15

Total Positive Cases under Home Isolation (25-10-2021)

74

Total No. of Samples Sent till date

12919062

Total No. of Samples found Positive till date

771189 (M: 471262

F: 299910

Transgender: 17)

Total Positive COVID-19 Patients Recovered / Discharged till date

761012

Total Active COVID-19 Patients

105

No. of Deaths

10049

Total No. of People Vaccinated today

101799

(1st Dose: 31957,

2nd Dose: 69842

Cumulative Coverage of Vaccination

25557498

COVID-19 Today (26-10-2021) Positivity Rate

0.09%

COVID-19 Cumulative Positivity Rate

5.98%

Recovery Rate

98.68%

Fatality Rate

1.30%

Tests Per Million Population

509628


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

26-10-2021

Cumulative Coverage of

Vaccination

Dose 1st

Dose 2nd

1

Gurugram

7

181387

180425[7]

99.47

922

40

4265

8617

3528935

2

Faridabad

3

99891

99152

99.26

716

23

2304

4926

2466571

3

Hisar

0

53994

52857

97.89

1136

1

1536

2619

1317217

4

Sonepat

0

47138

46883

99.46

254

1

2045

4705

1381153

5

Karnal

0

40036

39484

98.62

552

0

1529

5055

1434091

6

Panipat

0

31149

30510

97.95

638

1

1459

2014

1090295

7

Panchkula

2

30764

30368[1]

98.71

378

18

420

1884

728460

8

Ambala

0

30149

29638

98.31

509

2

582

5247

1427851

9

Sirsa

1

29282

28769

98.25

508

5

963

1786

1058229

10

Rohtak

0

25903

25350[1]

97.87

534

2

2227

2739

961418

11

Yamunanagar

0

24631

24211[2]

98.29

414

6

1697

3787

1159921

12

Bhiwani

0

22409

21757

97.09

652

0

1234

4174

1037978

13

Kurukshetra

1

22147

21789

98.38

357

1

956

2110

851410

14

Mahindergarh

0

21689

21534

99.29

155

0

792

1768

830725

15

Jind

1

21209

20675

97.48

533

1

2727

4390

932500

16

Rewari

0

20327

20105[2]

98.91

221

1

457

1539

935522

17

Jhajjar

0

18848

18514

98.23

328

0

1460

4421

960894

18

Fatehabad

0

17875

17394

97.31

481

0

433

1652

770758

19

Kaithal

0

11244

10898

96.92

346

0

976

2524

823876

20

Palwal

0

11025

10872

98.61

153

0

1278

1716

819160

21

Charkhi Dadri

0

5078

4937

97.22

139

2

170

1384

617482

22

Nuh

0

5014

4890

97.53

123

1

2447

785

423052

Total

15

771189

761012[13]

98.68

10049

105

31957

69842

25557498


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:-

• 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 KhanpurKalan (2000 sample per day), ESIC Medical College Faridabad (2000 sample per day), KalpnaChawla 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 Twenty ThreePrivate 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 Private 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 PathlabJhandewalla, Delhi (2500 sample per day), NC Medical College, Israna, Panipath (750 sample per day), AL FALAH Medical College Faridabad (400 sample per day) andGenestrings 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), Geneix Satya Laboratories, Faridabad (2500 sample per day), Med Source Ozone Biomedicals Pvt. Ltd., Faridabad (2000 sample per day), Pro Path Lab, Mayur Vihar, Delhi (2000 sample per day), Labcure Lab Pvt. Ltd., Rohini, Delhi (2000 sample per day), are doing test for COVID-19.

• More than 88.70lac 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 26th October 2021: 37587 (Details provided by National Health Mission, Haryana).

• Sero Survey- Health Department, Haryana has conducted 3rd round of Sero Survey in the month of September 2021 in the State, wherein Seroprevalence was found to be 76.3 % (Urban 78.1 % & Rural 75.1 %). In previous 2 rounds, the Sero prevalence was found to be 8% in 1st round and 14.8% in 2nd round of Sero Survey.

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