Haryana Chief Minister, Sh. Manohar Lal held a meeting with the Union Minister of State (Independent Charge) for Personnel, Public Grievances and Earth Science and Technology, Dr. Jitendra Singh, in New Delhi today

Chandigarh, June 24 – Haryana Chief Minister, Sh. Manohar Lal held a meeting with the Union Minister of State (Independent Charge) for Personnel, Public Grievances and Earth Science and Technology, Dr. Jitendra Singh, in New Delhi today. During the meeting, in-depth discussions were held regarding Haryana’s present and future requirement of IAS officers. The Center has assured Haryana to fulfill the State’s requirement of adequate number of higher officers of the Indian Administrative Service and the relevant personnel requirements.

The Chief Minister apprised the Union Minister of State about the requirements of adequate number of present and future IAS officers for the efficient working of various departments.

Secretary, Department of Personnel and Training, GoI, Smt. S. Radha Chauhan and Additional Chief Secretary, Haryana Personnel and Training Department, Smt. Deepti Umashankar were present in the meeting.

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The 10th meeting of Gurugram Metropolitan Development Authority was held under the chairmanship of Haryana Chief Minister, Mr. Manohar Lal.

- Approval received for the budget proposal of about Rs 1894 crore for the year 2022-23

- Detail discussions were held on the agendas which included increasing the capacity of water treatment plant, strengthening the network of water drainage and master sewer line, CCTV surveillance among others

- Discussions also took place regarding connecting Leg-2 and Leg-3 with Najafgarh Drain and construction of dam on the drain

Chandigarh 24 June: The 10th meeting of Gurugram Metropolitan Development Authority (GMDA) was held today under the chairmanship of Haryana Chief Minister, Mr. Manohar Lal. In this meeting held at the Public Works Rest House, Gurugram, the budget proposal of GMDA for the financial year 2022-23 was approved for about Rs 1894 crore. Projects designed to improve the city's infrastructure, enhance civic services and contribute to a better environment, were discussed in detail, among many others. Apart from this, the progress of the ongoing projects along with the proceedings of the last meeting was also reviewed by the Chief Minister.

In this meeting, Union Minister of State for Statistics and Program Implementation, Rao Inderjit Singh, Urban Development and Housing Minister, Dr. Kamal Gupta, Transport Minister Sh. Moolchand Sharma, MLAs Sudhir Singla, Rakesh Daulatabad, Sanjay Singh and Satyaprakash Jarawata and many other senior officers were present.

High quality CCTV cameras will be installed at 258 locations in the second phase of Smart City Gurugram.

In the meeting, the beginning of the second phase of installation of CCTV cameras by GMDA was also discussed in detail. GMDA Chief Executive Officer Sudhir Rajpal said that in the first phase, 1160 CCTV cameras have been installed at 214 places in the district, which have been connected to the Integrated Command and Control Center. In the second phase, 258 locations have been identified by GMDA in coordination with the Police Department, which require installation of 2722 CCTV cameras. Higher quality CCTV cameras will be installed at these places than ever before to identify the criminals as well as keep an eye on the violators of the traffic rules. For this, the captive optical fiber network will have to be expanded by about 300 km. The project will cost around Rs.99.93 crore from AMC and O&M together. Shri Rajpal informed that from January to May this year, e-challans were sent to 2,16,771 people who violated traffic rules through Integrated Command Control Center, from which an amount of more than Rs 70 lakh has been recovered as fine. Apart from this, 1640 stolen vehicles have been traced from January to May this year with the help of these cameras. The Chief Minister said that in future, half of the revenue collected from challan in Gurugram would be spent on road safety and the remaining half on crime control.

100 MLD will be built in Chandu and 90 MLD capacity water treatment plant will be set up in Basai, approval given in the meeting

It was informed in the meeting that at present there is a water treatment plant of 270 MLD capacity in Basai. Keeping in view the future water supply demand, another 90 MLD capacity water treatment plant will be set up there, which will increase the water capacity in the district. Apart from this, construction of an additional 100 MLD capacity water treatment plant at village Chandu was also approved in the meeting. An estimated amount of Rs 295 crore will be spent on setting up these two treatment plants and this work will be completed in 3 years.

Under the master sewerage scheme, the sewerage system will also be strengthened, STPs will be set up in Baharampur and Naurangpur

It was also discussed in the meeting to strengthen the sewerage system in the district. Approvals were accorded to set up STP of 100 MLD capacity at Baharampur for sewage discharge of sector 58 to 76, laying of master sewer line of 12 km length in Sector-77 to 80 and 40 MLD STP plant at village Naurangpur in the district. Apart from this, laying of master sewer line of 26 km from Sector-104 to 115 has also been approved. The Chief Minister emphasized on reuse of treated sewage water and said that in view of the water scarcity, priority is now being given to re-use treated sewage water all over the world. He also stressed on collection of rain water and to judiciously use this to recharge the ground water. He also pushed the need for water conservation.

Master storm water drainage system will be built in Sector-68 to 80, Sector-37C and 37D and Sector-112 to 115.

In the meeting, approval was given while discussing the project of laying master storm water drainage network for rain water drainage in Sector-68 to 80, Sector-37C and 37D and Sector-112 to 115 of Gurugram. Administrative approval of Rs 124.70 crore was also given for this project.

Centralized Integrated Water Management System will be implemented

Not only this, it was agreed to prepare a detailed project report of the Centralized Integrated Water Management System project under the Smart City Initiative. The project will cost about Rs 18 crore. For this a pilot project was started in June-2020 under which 31 underground water tanks and 8 direct pipelines were added on the 1200 mm pipeline currently laid between Basai's Water Treatment Plant and Dundahera. This pilot project was completed in December-2021 and gave encouraging results along with positive feedback from the consumers. Monitoring of water supply was done at 39 places through Jal Mitra App. Now under the new proposal, Chandu Budhera Water Treatment Plant will be connected to Sector 5 with 900 mm pipeline which will cover over 90 underground tanks present in Sectors 9, 9A, 7, 4 12, New Colony etc. Apart from this, 1300 mm pipeline from Water Treatment Plan Basai to boosting station in Sector 16 and further to Sectors 17, 18, 19, 24, 25,25A, 26, 26A, 27,28, 29, 30, 32, 39, 43, 45 which includes 237 underground tanks in this network is also proposed. CEO GMDA outlined that this initiative will help in equitable distribution of water, reduce non-revenue water, monitoring water quality in the area among other benefits offered by CIWMS.

A 7.5-meter-wide service road will be built on both sides of Dwarka Expressway.

A proposal was also made in the meeting to construct a 7.5-meter-wide service road on both sides of Dwarka Expressway. The decision in this regard was taken in the 7th meeting of the Authority. There will also be a provision of surface drain and street light along the proposed service road. The length of the one-way service road will be around 15.30 km. The estimated expenditure on this project will be Rs 119.15 crore. The project will start from the meeting point of CPR and NPR and will be extended till Delhi-Haryana border.

In the meeting, the budget proposal of Rs 1894 crore of GMDA for the financial year-2022-23 was also approved.

GMDA Chief Executive Officer Sh. Sudhir Rajpal also presented the budget proposal of GMDA for the year 2022-23 in the meeting. It was informed that during the said period, GMDA will receive cess and charges, including water bills and water tank charges, booking of Tau Devi Lal Stadium, traffic management, one percent share in stamp duty and revenue of about Rs 1265 crore from EDC. During this period, GMDA has proposed an expenditure of Rs 1893.86 crore, out of which Rs 402.46 crore on infrastructure development, Rs 153.95 crore on mobility, Rs 32.72 crore on urban environment, Rs 173.50 crore on social infrastructure, Rs 17 crore on GIM infrastructure, water supply, Rs. It has been proposed to spend Rs 465.54 crore on operation and maintenance of sewerage etc., Rs 537.21 crore as capital expenditure on road, drinking water supply, sewerage, drainage, green belt and parks, etc. Thus, there is a shortfall of Rs 628.77 crore in the budget for the financial year 2022-23 which will be met from the grant from the government and corpus fund.

SPR will be upgraded

In the meeting held under the chairmanship of the Chief Minister, approval was given to upgrade the Southern Peripheral Road from village Ghata to NH-48 via Vatika Chowk. It is proposed to construct 8 flyovers and 6 lane carriageway and 6 lane service road on this road.

Leg-2 and Leg-3 drains from Gurugram will be connected to Najafgarh Drain

In the meeting, the Chief Minister approved the proposal to connect Leg-2 and Leg-3 of Gurugram to Najafgarh drain. He said that to prevent waterlogging of thousands of acres of land adjoining Najafgarh drain, there is a proposal to build a lake there. An STP will also be built along this lake. Apart from this, a decision has been taken by the government of Delhi to desilt the Najafgarh drain, which will help accelerate the flow of water and solve the problem of water logging here.

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All Deputy Commissioners ensure all flood control works before June 30: CS

Chandigarh, June 24- Haryana Chief Secretary, Sh. Sanjeev Kaushal directed all the Deputy Commissioners of the state to ensure the cleanliness of drains, bottle necking of culverts, pipes on drains and other flood control works etc. within their jurisdiction before June 30 and submit report in this regard.

Sh. Kaushal gave these directions while reviewing the status of new and on-going flood protection schemes with Divisional and Deputy Commissioners of all districts through video conference.

Addressing the Deputy Commissioners, he said that prior arrangements should be made to avert any untoward situation as floods could result in huge loss to life and property during the coming monsoon. He directed the officers concerned to monitor the progress of all flood related works and projects and ensure that these complete well before time. He also directed them to identify overflowing of water channels in the State and make necessary arrangements of drainage of excess water through pumps. He also issued directions for the cleanliness and desilting of drains in the State.

To ensure cleaning of drains at the earliest, he said that the Deputy Commissioners should engage Sub Divisional Magistrates and other officers of Irrigation Department to expedite the flood control works and these officers should personally visit and inspect the cleanliness of drains and flood control work sites. He further directed the officers to submit the report to Additional Chief Secretary, Irrigation and Water Resources Department after the verification of work done.

To de-water the inundated areas across the state during heavy rains in the coming monsoon season, he directed the concerned officers to make adequate arrangements of functional water pumps. He also reviewed the status of short, medium and long term schemes flood protection schemes.

In the meeting, he also reviewed the position of flood inventory available with Irrigation and Water Resources Department. He directed the Power Department to provide the power connections wherever required to Irrigation Department during monsoon 2022.

Among those present in the meeting include, Additional Chief Secretary, Irrigation and Water Resources, Sh. Devender Singh, Additional Chief Secretary, Finance, Sh. T.V.S.N. Prasad, CEO, HWRA, Dr. Satbir Singh Kadian and other senior officers.

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Haryana Government decided to promote pulses and oilseeds crops in place of Bajra in seven Bajra growing districts of South Haryana namely Bhiwani, Charkhi Dadri, Mahendragarh, Rewari, Jhajjar, Hisar and Nuh.

Chandigarh, June 24 – Under Crop Diversification Scheme, Haryana Government has decided to promote pulses and oilseeds crops in place of Bajra in seven Bajra growing districts of South Haryana namely Bhiwani, Charkhi Dadri, Mahendragarh, Rewari, Jhajjar, Hisar and Nuh. The scheme has been started under which a target has been set to grow pulses and oilseed crops at minimum 1 lakh acres of land across the state.

Additional Chief Secretary, Agriculture and Farmers Welfare Department, Dr. Sumita Misra informed that the Central Government has increased the Minimum Support Price for pulses and oilseeds. She said that under this scheme, pulses include Moong, Arhar and Urad and oilseed crops including castor, groundnut and sesame can be cultivated. Financial assistance of Rs. 4,000 per acre will also be provided to the farmers under the scheme. For this, farmers will have to first register on the "Meri Fasal Mera Byora" portal and the amount will be transferred to the bank accounts of the farmers after verification. Information about new varieties of crops and modern technology is being provided to the farmers, she added.

It is worth mentioning here that growing pulses will improve the health of the soil and increase the amount of nitrogen in the soil by absorbing nitrogen from the air, thereby increasing the fertility of the soil. In this way, less nitrogen fertilizer is required in the fields. Promotion of oilseed crops will also help in meeting the shortage of edible oil in the country.

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Drug menace needs to be dealt with a ‘holistic approach’: Sh. Rajeev Arora

Chandigarh, June 24 - Drug menace needs to be dealt with a ‘holistic approach’ for which the Haryana Government is taking affirmative measures. For this, the State Government will be increasing the number of drug de-addiction centres, presently 12, and soon every district will have such centres with adequate staff.

Haryana Additional Chief Secretary, Home, Sh. Rajeev Arora said this during a seminar on ‘Preventing Drug Abuse’ held on the occasion of International Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking as the Chief Guest here today after lighting the traditional lamp.

Commissioner of Police, Dr. Hanif Qureshi welcomed the Chief Guest, speakers and other dignitaries to the seminar.

Sh. Arora shared that the Chief Minister, Sh. Manohar Lal and Home Minister, Sh. Anil Vij are closely monitoring the steps being taken to control the drug menace. He added that the State Government is already working to devise a mechanism so as to curtail the drug menace under the guidance of Chief Minister and Home Minister. He further said that the government departments like the Home, Health, Social Justice need to work along with print and electronic media and civil society so as to curtail the penetration of drugs among the youth of the society. Sh. Arora said that Haryana Narcotic Control Bureau has also been constituted by the State Government to break the supply chain of drugs and nab the drugs peddlers.

He elaborated that the drug menace can be curtailed through multi-pronged approach as a drug-addict also needs psychological and emotional support post de-addiction.

Stating that the entire process of de-addiction needs concerted efforts Sh. Arora said that the government officials and officers should be more committed for this cause so that we get the desired outcome.

Emphasising on the role of NGOs and civil society Sh. Arora said that ultimately the NGOs and society have a pivotal role to play in this regard. Stating that the youth must be dissuaded from drug use than falling prey to peer pressure he added that more awareness should be spread about the issue and the news related to such cases should also be dealt with sensitively.

Commissioner of Police, Dr. Hanif Qureshi said that drug addiction affects the youth as well as the economy of the country. Emphasizing on the need to spread awareness among the people to eliminate drugs he said that Panchkula Police has been working to curb the drug menace and in the special drive conducted the police has registered FIRs and made numerous arrests. Apart from this, the police is engaged in spreading awareness through street plays in schools, colleges as well as markets and other public places.

Among the speakers were Technical Director, Social Justice & Empowerment Department’, Dr. Aditya Kaushik, Advocate Prateek Gupta, senior advocate, Sh. Atul Lakhanpal, Project Director Mehar Foundation, Dr. Abhimanyu Rampal, Dr Manoj and Head of Department of Medico Psycho Social Intervention, Panjab University, Dr Gaurav Gaur.

The seminar ended with a vote of thanks by Deputy Commissioner of Police, Sh. Surinder Pal Singh.

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Haryana Police’s Investigation App bags third rank at ‘CCTNS Hackathon and Cyber Challenge 2022’

Chandigarh, June 24 – Union Ministry of Home Affairs has once again recognized the efforts of Haryana Police as ‘Haryana Police Investigation App’ has bagged the third position in ‘CCTNS Hackathon and Cyber Challenge 2022’ which was organized by National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB) and CPF.

Sharing the information here today, the Haryana Police spokesperson informed that this app which focuses on providing investigating officers, a platform to lodge FIR digitally from any place has been designed by Ms. Nikita Gahlaut who is currently posted as SP Hansi.

This mobile app is packed with advanced features like an option to provide a copy of FIR to the victims, a voice-to-text typing facility, photographs uploading feature, geographical location capture, etc. The app will also help in better prosecution and conviction rates. In addition, it also helps each IO to keep a digital record of his case diaries for future reference.

It also provides a facility to upload all the documents on the spot which increases the transparency and trust of people in the Police.

DGP Haryana Sh. P.K. Agrawal has congratulated SP Hansi Ms. Gahlaut, and her entire team on bagging this recognition at the national level.

The Police team involved in the making of this app includes P/SI Nitin, HC Vipin, HC Surender and Constable Kuldeep.

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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- 24/06/2022

The Detailed Status of Surveillance Activity for COVID-19 as on 24th June, 2022 is given below:

Total No. of Sample Taken Today

15742

Total No. of Positive Cases Detected Today

651

Total Active COVID-19 Patients

3076

Total No. of Active Cases under Home Isolation (24-06-2022)

2996

Total No. of Samples found Positive till date

1012944

Total Positive COVID-19 Patients Recovered / Discharged till date

999223

No. of Deaths

10622

Total No. of People Vaccinated Today

31664

(1st Dose: 1876

2nd Dose: 11356

Precaution Dose: 18432

Cumulative Coverage of COVID-19 Vaccination - 1st Dose

(Achieved 100% for 18yrs above population)

23565967 (100%)

Cumulative Coverage of COVID-19 Vaccination - 2nd Dose

(Achieved 87% for 15yrs above population)

19421008 (87%)

Cumulative Coverage of COVID-19 Vaccination - Precaution Dose

937266

Cumulative Coverage of Total COVID-19 Vaccination

43924241

COVID-19 Today (24-06-2022) Positivity Rate

4.12%

Recovery Rate

98.65%

Fatality Rate

1.05%


District Wise Details:

Sr

No

Name of District

Positive Cases Today

No of Active Cases

Cumulative Positive Cases

Cumulative Recovered/ Discharged Cases

Recovery Rate (%)

No. of Deaths

COVID-19, Vaccination Status

(NHM, Haryana)*

Coverage of Vaccination on 24-06-2022

Cumulative Coverage of

Vaccination

Dose 1st

Dose 2nd

Precaution

Dose

1

Gurugram

402

1531

281087

278549[373]

99.10

1007

199

574

4025

5433203

2

Faridabad

93

775

131466

129950[126]

98.85

741

101

296

1157

4075550

3

Hisar

11

83

62331

61073[15]

97.98

1175

255

549

229

2362636

4

Sonipat

6

31

58844

58537[3]

99.48

276

112

840

761

2300748

5

Karnal

12

88

48390

47706[9]

98.59

596

56

257

577

2401494

6

Panchkula

55

170

44863

44278[54]

98.70

415

57

202

829

1136533

7

Ambala

7

67

40929

40320[8]

98.51

542

55

152

1155

2152905

8

Panipat

4

40

36172

35460[4]

98.03

672

138

461

571

2068425

9

Sirsa

6

24

33474

32911[4]

98.32

539

35

291

173

1947043

10

Rohtak

17

66

32132

31512[20]

98.07

537

143

1770

592

1733905

11

Yamunanagar

4

11

30727

30261[5]

98.48

455

85

1107

628

1976213

12

Kurukshetra

9

42

26931

26491

98.37

398

34

394

499

1566502

13

Bhiwani

5

27

26597

25905

97.40

665

49

1291

1034

1798942

14

Mahendragarh

0

8

24762

24589

99.30

165

78

635

1116

1400211

15

Rewari

3

13

24700

24463[3]

99.04

224

9

99

580

1585962

16

Jind

5

31

24422

23849[5]

97.65

542

203

764

700

1731365

17

Jhajjar

2

16

23579

23207[4]

98.42

350

112

522

1556

1591862

18

Fatehabad

2

12

20100

19590

97.46

498

29

62

98

1196270

19

Kaithal

6

29

14305

13905[1]

97.20

371

57

817

1009

1789298

20

Palwal

0

8

13523

13345[1]

98.68

170

65

245

364

1543034

21

Charkhi Dadri

0

2

7482

7335[1]

98.04

145

4

21

757

909467

22

Nuh

2

2

6128

5987[1]

97.70

139

0

7

22

1222673

Haryana

651

3076

1012944

999223[637]

98.65

10622

1876

11356

18432

43924241

Position of COVID-19 Beds* in Haryana: -

Districts

Govt O2 Other than ICU

Pvt. O2 Other than ICU

Govt Beds O2

ICU

Pvt. Beds O2

ICU

Govt

Ventilators

Pvt. Ventilators

Total

Total

Occupied

Available

Total

Occupied

Available

Total

Occupied

Available

Total

Occupied

Available

Total

Occupied

Available

Total

Occupied

Available

Total

Occupied

Available

Ambala

436

0

436

364

0

364

41

0

41

40

0

40

33

0

33

24

0

24

938

0

938

Bhiwani

350

0

350

211

0

211

7

0

7

66

0

66

21

0

21

17

0

17

672

0

672

Charkhi Dadri

190

0

190

27

0

27

1

0

1

34

0

34

11

0

11

0

0

0

263

0

263

Faridabad

531

0

531

1640

7

1633

91

0

91

530

3

527

61

0

61

126

0

126

2979

10

2969

Fatehabad

73

0

73

106

0

106

47

0

47

46

0

46

11

0

11

26

0

26

309

0

309

Gurugram

259

0

259

2203

33

2170

10

0

10

637

12

625

32

0

32

237

5

232

3378

50

3328

Hisar

383

1

382

584

0

584

40

0

40

207

0

207

85

0

85

128

0

128

1427

1

1426

Jhajjar

75

0

75

549

0

549

25

0

25

287

0

287

13

0

13

50

0

50

999

0

999

Jind

225

0

225

183

0

183

20

0

20

61

0

61

12

0

12

12

0

12

513

0

513

Kaithal

115

0

115

85

0

85

14

0

14

25

0

25

17

0

17

14

0

14

270

0

270

Karnal

115

2

113

165

1

164

41

0

41

106

0

106

5

0

5

18

0

18

450

3

447

Kurukshetra

37

0

37

326

0

326

0

0

0

147

0

147

15

0

15

85

0

85

610

0

610

Mahendragarh

181

0

181

141

0

141

0

0

0

59

0

59

15

0

15

18

0

18

414

0

414

Nuh

149

0

149

14

0

14

24

0

24

3

0

3

31

0

31

0

0

0

221

0

221

Palwal

150

0

150

200

0

200

8

0

8

127

0

127

25

0

25

21

0

21

531

0

531

Panchkula

201

0

201

157

0

157

49

0

49

50

0

50

55

0

55

12

0

12

524

0

524

Panipat

414

0

414

276

0

276

10

0

10

140

0

140

4

0

4

45

0

45

889

0

889

Rewari

75

0

75

334

0

334

8

0

8

187

0

187

8

0

8

34

0

34

646

0

646

Rohtak

983

0

983

289

0

289

326

0

326

176

0

176

291

0

291

82

0

82

2147

0

2147

Sirsa

460

0

460

240

0

240

10

0

10

102

0

102

25

0

25

39

0

39

876

0

876

Sonipat

535

0

535

654

0

654

60

0

60

105

0

105

60

0

60

35

0

35

1449

0

1449

Yamunanagar

131

0

131

356

0

356

26

0

26

152

0

152

5

0

5

27

0

27

697

0

697

Total

6068

3

6065

9104

41

9063

858

0

858

3287

15

3272

835

0

835

1050

5

1045

21202

64

21138

*Data above includes total patients admitted including Non-Haryana Residents and is dynamic in nature.

*Source – NHM Beds Portal, Haryana

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-50/-

6. IgG based ELISA Testing-250/-

The Government of Haryana has fixed the upper limited of lab test in patients of COVID-19/ post-COVID

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

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 labs capacity available in Haryana for COVID-19 testing.

Total Labs

52

Govt. Labs

26

Govt. Labs Capacity

10130 per day

MoU with Private Labs

26

MoU with Private Labs Capacity

108450 per day

Total Labs Capacity

118580 per day

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.

• Govt. of Haryana has made 2nd dose compulsory for which detailed guidelines have been issued to all Deputy Commissioners on 22 December 2021.

• Vaccination for population between 15 to 18 Years of age was started on 03-01-22.

• Govt. of Haryana has started administering COVID-19 Booster/Precaution Dose on 10th January 2022 to Health Care Workers, Front Line Workers, and to people of 60 Years and above with comorbidity, who have completed 9 months since the 2nd Dose.

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