Chief Minister lays foundation stone for 11 projects worth Rs 5,540 lakh

Chandigarh, June 28- Haryana Chief Minister, Sh. Manohar Lal said that a new roadmap has been prepared for the development of Panchkula and Panchkula Metropolitan Development Authority has also been constituted to take it forward. In this episode, the foundation stone of 11 projects has been laid today, which will prove to be a milestone for the development of the district.

The Chief Minister said this today after inaugurating 7,500 projects of Micro Irrigation and Canal Development Authority from Public Works Rest House. On this occasion, the Chief Minister laid foundation stones of projects worth Rs 5,540.23 lakh for Panchkula district which include strengthening of Panchkula-Morni-Nemwala Road, Thapli-Bhoj Koti via Bhoj Dhar, Bhoj Pipla Road from Morni to Bhadesar via Khartia, Mandalay to Bhawdi via Khartia road. Besides this, upgradation of Primary Health Centre Pinjore into Polyclinic, Strengthening of Tagra Harisingh Canal from Kangan to Tagra, toilets for boys and girls in Government Model Sankriti School, Bataur, construction of 15 new rooms in Government Senior Secondary School, Pinjore. Apart from this, the foundation stone of the bituminous roads of Sector 8, 9, 10 under Ward No. 4 and Sector 15 under Ward No. 5 of Municipal Corporation Panchkula and the link road from Samanwala to Bichpadi were laid.

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Mera Pani Meri Virasat scheme shows results at the grassroot level

Chief Minister, Sh. Manohar Lal inaugurates 7,500 Micro Irrigation Exhibition

It is very important to save water for the future generation – Sh. Manohar Lal

Chandigarh, June 28- The results of Mera Pani Meri Virasat Yojana, which was launched two years ago by Haryana Chief Minister, Sh. Manohar Lal, during COVID-19, has started showing results at the ground level. Today the Chief Minister inaugurated 7,500 micro irrigation schemes from Panchkula.

In the programme organized by the Micro Irrigation and Command Area Development Authority (MICADA), five mobile vans of micro irrigation were flagged off and along with it, two vehicles were dispatched from all the districts so that the message of water conservation can reach the general public. The Chief Minister said that water is life and we have to save water for future generations. It has become a challenge today. He said that the third world war would probably be a war over water. That's why we have to use every drop of water wisely. Keeping this in mind, Prime Minister, Sh. Narendra Modi had given a call for One Drop More Crop and I am happy that Haryana has carried forward this vision of the Prime Minister.

He said that today in the age of technology, new experiments have started in irrigation method. Drip and sprinkler are such systems in micro irrigation, that help save maximum water and at the same time can get good yield. Water is used for drinking and irrigation and we have to use a scheme like micro irrigation to optimize its usage. Paddy, cotton and sugarcane use more water. Agricultural scientists say that more than 3,000 liters of water is needed to prepare one kg of rice.

The Chief Minister said that in the 1960s, when the country was facing a shortage of food grains, the slogan of Green Revolution was given at that time and the farmers of Punjab and Haryana made the biggest contribution in the Green Revolution and made the country self-sufficient in food grains. He said that we became self-sufficient in the matters of food grains at the cost of using excessive use of chemical food grains and exploitation of ground water. However, today we have to seek alternative methods. Micro irrigation is also a step in that direction. He said that the interest of the farmers towards Mera Pani Meri Virasat Yojana, which was started two years ago during the Covid period, has increased and in the paddy-dominated districts of the state, farmers have started growing other alternative crops in place of paddy. He said that I am happy to inform that in the first year, instead of paddy, other crops were grown on 98,000 acres and this time a target of 2 lakh acres has been set.

There is nothing more valuable than water

The Chief Minister said that it is well known that there is nothing more valuable than water. If we pass on the inheritance of water along with land to the future generation, then there is no greater contribution than this. He said that about 200 water treatment plants are operating in the state and more than 50 percent of the treated water is being reused for irrigation and other works. Natural water sources also have to be saved, for this we have to make plantations, dams etc. but we cannot produce water. We have to use the available water carefully. Giving the example of Israel, the Chief Minister said that Israel is such a country in the world, where there is a lot of water scarcity and the agriculture is done by drip irrigation. Haryana Government has also signed several agreements with Israel for Water Conservation and Centre of Excellence in Fruits and Vegetables. He said that we should follow Israel’s example in water conservation.

Haryana has realized the vision of the Prime Minister

It is noteworthy that for water conservation, from Jal Shakti Abhiyan to other schemes like Har Ghar Nal Se Jal and other water conservation schemes, Haryana has started early. Apart from Irrigation and Water Resources Department, MICADA, The Haryana Pond and Waste Water Management Authority are also working on various water conservation schemes.

The Chief Minister said that we have to run on excellent water management. Haryana is such a state in the country where the availability of canal water is less, we have only one river, Yamuna, from which we get water.

The Chief Minister said that today water conservation has become a challenge for us. The Prime Minister of the country is concerned about this and plans are being made to implement water conservation in all the states. He said that we use 85 percent of the water in open irrigation and we have to reduce the same.

Additional Chief Secretary, Irrigation and Water Resources Department, Sh. Devender Singh in his address said that the department is working on water conservation schemes as per the vision of the Chief Minister. He said that people used to say about Haryana that air and water are available here but now we need to change our thinking. Out of 142 blocks in the state, 85 blocks have gone into the dark zone, where the level of water has fallen below 100 meters. He said that in a national seminar on water management, Prime Minister, Sh. Narendra Modi had appreciated the Haryana Chief Minister's Mera Pani Meri Virasat Yojana and threw light on water management in detail. The farmer of Haryana is hardworking and revolutionary. Out of 35 lakh hectares of the state, only 11.12 percent is under micro-irrigation, which will have to be increased to 20 percent. He said that no one has done as much work as Chief Minister, Sh. Manohar Lal on water conservation, promotion and management.

Chief Executive Officer, MICADA, Dr. Satbir Singh Kadian, thanked the guests present and said that by shifting to drip irrigation from paddy on 1 acre land, a family of five can be supplied with drinking water for one month. In this way we will not only achieve sustainability goals but also provide adequate drinking water.

Apart from the farmers present in the auditorium, the Chief Minister also interacted directly with the farmers planting paddy through video conferencing and expressed happiness that in the age of technology, interaction with the farmer has become possible from the fields itself and he also thanked the farmers who have adopted micro-irrigation projects.

On this occasion, the Chief Minister also launched the portal of MICADA

Haryana Vidhan Sabha Speaker, Sh. Gian Chand Gupta, Agriculture and Farmers’ Welfare Minister, Sh. JP Dalal, MP, Sh. Rattan Lal Kataria, Municipal Corporation Mayor, Sh. Kulbhushan Goyal, Chairman, MICADA, Smt. Keshni Anand Arora, Additional Chief Secretary, Agriculture and Farmers’ Welfare Department, Dr. Sumita Misra , Director General, Dr. Hardeep Singh, Deputy Commissioner, Sh. Mahavir Kaushik, Commissioner of Police, Sh. Hanif Qureshi and other dignitaries were present.

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Hakkam Singh, a progressive farmer of Yamunanagar, is cultivating 21 acres of land with micro-irrigation

Progressive farmer Balbir Singh directly interacts with Chief Minister

Chandigarh, June 28- Haryana Chief Minister, Sh. Manohar Lal, while interacting with progressive farmers of Haryana at the inauguration ceremony of 7500 demonstration projects of micro-irrigation for villages with more than 100 feet deep underground water from Panchkula today, said that the work of sowing paddy through micro-irrigation has begun which is a big example in itself.

Micro-irrigation saves 50 to 60 percent of water

Progressive farmer Manoj Kumar, from Taraori, District Karnal while talking to the Chief Minister said, this year he used micro-irrigation on one acre of land under Micro Irrigation and Command Area Development Authority (MICADA) on which Paddy crop has been planted that has resulted in 50 to 60 percent water saving as well as the cost spent on farm labour has also been reduced. He further shared he had paid only Rs. 18,000 as GST, the rest 82 to 83 percent has been borne by the government. He said that the DSR method saves 30 to 50 percent water.

Similarly, progressive farmer Ashok Ratakheda of district Fatehabad told that he has installed micro-irrigation in one acre, which saves more than 50 percent water and this time he is thinking of getting micro-irrigation on his entire land.

Higher yield of crop due to micro-irrigation

Progressive farmer Balbir Singh, from district Ambala, while talking directly to the Chief Minister from his field, said that the team of Irrigation Department had come in 2019-20, who advised him to start this project. So he had decided to execute this project on two acres of sugarcane crop and also did the same for paddy cultivation last year. Micro-irrigation saves water and electricity for the farmer as well as increases the yield of the crop.

Water circulates in five acres of crop in one hour due to micro-irrigation

Progressive farmer Hakkam Singh from district Yamunanagar shared that he is cultivating 21 acres of land with micro-irrigation on which sugarcane and paddy are grown. He said that earlier one acre was used to get water from a tubewell in 8 hours but now due to micro-irrigation, the crops sown on five acres of land get water in one hour. This saves water as well as electricity.

Future generations will get water from micro-irrigation

Progressive farmer Lakhwinder Singh from District Kurukshetra shared that micro-irrigation is a very good scheme to save water as it also ensures saving water for the coming generations. He said that he also utilizes domestic water for irrigation.

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Constructive steps will soon be taken to redress the land issues of village Pahrawar– Sh. Mool Chand Sharma

Transport Minister, Sh. Mool Chand Sharma and Urban Local Bodies Minister, Dr. Kamal Gupta presided over meeting to address land related issues of village Pahrawar, Rohtak

Chandigarh, June 28– The first meeting of committee constituted by the Haryana government, regarding providing land on lease to Gaur Brahmin Educational Institution in village Pahrawar, Rohtak was held on Tuesday. The meeting was jointly chaired by Transport Minister, Sh. Mool Chand Sharma and Urban Local Bodies Minister, Dr. Kamal Gupta. They sought land related information from the concerned officers present in the meeting.

After the meeting, Ministers said that constructive steps will soon be taken to redress the land issues of village Pahrawar. The first meeting of the committee constituted in this matter was held on the directions of Chief Minister, Sh. Manohar Lal. In this meeting, officers of Urban Local Bodies, Haryana Shehri Vikas Pradhikaran and Municipal Corporation, Rohtak were present. All the aspects related to the land were discussed in detail in the meeting. The committee will prepare its report soon.

Principal Secretary, Urban Local Bodies, Sh. Arun Kumar Gupta, Chief Administrator, Haryana Shehri Vikas Pradhikaran, Sh. Ajit Balaji Joshi, Commissioner of Municipal Corporation, Rohtak and other senior officers were present in the meeting.

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Dr. Mahendra Munjapara was presiding over a meeting held at Panipat to review the achievements of the department for the last 8 years.

Chandigarh, June 28– Union Minister of State for Women and Child Development, Dr. Mahendra Munjapara said that the amount given to pregnant women under the Pradhan Mantri Matritva Vandana Yojana will now be given in two installments instead of three. Not only this, if a woman has a second child, a daughter, then she will be given Rs. 6,000.

Dr. Mahendra Munjapara was presiding over a meeting held at Panipat to review the achievements of the department for the last 8 years. In this sub-zonal meeting, he said that in the last 8 years, the way people have benefited through schemes related to women, children's health, education, their empowerment, nutrition etc., their life has become meaningful.

He said in Haryanvi style that the girls are no less than the boys. He said that from Sukanya Samridhi Yojana to Poshan Abhiyan, Saksham Anganwadi, Mission Shakti Scheme, Mission Vatsalya and Beti Bachao-Beti Padhao schemes have given a new extension to women empowerment.

Appreciating the State Government and Chief Minister, Sh. Manohar Lal for taking forward the schemes run by Prime Minister, Sh. Narendra Modi, he said that Haryana Government is constantly setting new dimensions in every field.

Rajya Sabha MP, Sh. Krishan Lal Panwar said that the way the Department of Women and Child Development is coming forward in empowering women and children, the contribution of this department in the progress of the country is not hidden from anyone. These schemes are proving effective due to the path shown by Pandit Deen Dayal Upadhyay and the Antyodaya philosophy given by him for the underprivileged. Sh. Krishan Lal Panwar said that Urlana Kalan and Urlana Khurd are two such villages in Israna Vidhan Sabha constituency where the sex ratio is 1000 to 972. All this is the result of creating awareness among the people.

Haryana Minister of State for Women and Child Development, Smt. Kamlesh Dhanda said that Panipat has been famous for major changes in the social, economic and political history of India. In the year 2014, Prime Minister, Sh. Narendra Modi took over his responsibility as a public servant, since then, the attitude of the common man towards half the population in the country has started to change. This was the beginning of such an era, in which steps were to be taken for women empowerment and all round development of children.

Smt. Kamlesh Dhanda said that taking responsibility of the health of the pregnant woman, from the lactating stage to the birth of the child, from the year 2017 an amount of Rs 5000 was given through the Pradhan Mantri Matritva Vandana Yojana, covering the first child. In the budget presented by Chief Minister, Sh. Manohar Lal for the year 2022-23 as the Finance Minister, he has also announced to cover the second child through this scheme.

He said that the parents of many children had died during the Covid pandemic. Haryana government has covered such children through Mukhyamantri Bal Seva Yojana and the responsibility of meeting the residential, educational and other needs of such children is being fulfilled by the government.

He said that since June 4, not only the past achievements are being discussed through zonal and sub-zonal meetings by forming groups of states at different places in the country, but preparations for the future are also being discussed. Haryana is especially thankful to the Prime Minister, Sh. Narendra Modi. In his hands, the campaign of change in the women and child development sector had started from Panipat itself. On January 22, 2015, the Prime Minister launched the Beti Bachao-Beti Padhao campaign to save daughters from being killed in the womb. Today Haryana has set an example in front of the country in this campaign. According to the 2011 census, the sex ratio at birth in Haryana was 830, which has been increased to 920 today. Under the leadership of Sh. Manohar Lal, Women and Child Development Department, Health Department, Education Department along with socio-religious organizations have made a special contribution to this change.

He appealed to everyone that in the steps taken by the Central and State Governments for the upliftment of women and children, we should make every possible contribution at our own level, only then a favorable environment will be created for women and children.

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Just like villages, Haryana Government starts the process of making cities Lal Dora free as well

Chief Secretary directs the officers to prepare an action plan in 15 days

Chandigarh, June 28 - Following the pattern of villages, the process of making the urban areas Lal Dora free has started in Haryana. Chief Secretary, Sh. Sanjeev Kaushal has directed the officers to prepare an action plan in 15 days for mapping of assets inside Lal Dora and drone flying etc. in urban areas as well.

Sh. Sanjeev Kaushal was presiding over the review meeting on the progress of SVAMITVA Yojana today.

Sh. Kaushal directed the officers to prepare master data of property IDs issued by Urban Local Bodies Department, Town and Country Planning Department, and Haryana Shehri Vikas Pradhikaran and in private colonies in order to know the actual situation. Also, share the information about Lal Dora with all Municipal Corporations, Municipalities and Committees. If any change is found, then data should be updated accordingly, directed the Chief Secretary.

He further said that the work of drones flying in villages under the SVAMITVA Yojana is almost complete and the work of making and distributing property cards is going on in a phased manner. Now on the same lines, the work of Lal Dora free in urban areas will also be done expeditiously so that people can get their ownership rights.

Sh. Sanjeev Kaushal said that Haryana was the first to start the Lal Dora free Yojana in the country, which was later implemented by the Centre Government as SVAMITVA Yojana across the country. In this ambitious scheme, revolutionary steps are being taken to make villages and cities free from Lal Dora. Therefore, it should not be neglected and the work should be done within the given time frame.

The meeting was attended by Additional Chief Secretary and Finance Commissioner, Revenue and Disaster Management Department, Sh. P. K Das, Principal Secretary, Urban Local Bodies Department, Sh. Arun Kumar Gupta, Director, Development and Panchayats Department, Sh. Dhirendra Khadgata, Mission Director, Lt. Gen. Girish Kumar, Director Survey of India, Colonel Kunal .

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PACS will be digitized in Haryana

307 PACS will be computerized by August 31

Chief Secretary held a meeting regarding the status of digitization in PACS

PACS employees should be given training - Chief Secretary

Chandigarh, June 28- Taking another step towards digitization all Primary Agriculture Cooperative Societies (PACS) of Haryana will also be digitized. Under this, 307 packs of the state will be fully computerized by August 31, 2022.

This information was given in a meeting held under the Chairmanship of Chief Secretary, Sh. Sanjeev Kaushal regarding the status of digitization in primary agricultural cooperatives.

Sh. Sanjeev Kaushal directed the concerned officers that by the month of November, almost all 730 PACS of Haryana should be fully computerized. No delay will be tolerated in this work, so the responsibility of the people involved in this project should be fixed.

After being computerized, training of the employees of PACS must be done for smooth operation.

He said that the State Government has taken this decision to digitize the activities like PACS with the banking system, accounting, loan and advance so that the work can be done smoothly along with ensuring transparency in the working of PACS.

It was informed in the meeting that under the special module prepared under CBS network, work is being done to computerize the PACS on a pilot basis, which is in the final stage. In the coming days, the PACS will be integrated with the special module, on the basis of which 307 PACS will be fully computerized by August 31.

In addition, DPRs are being prepared by technical experts to integrate HARCO BANK and PACS with a single software and network. Completing the next process expeditiously, all the PACS in the state will be fully computerized by the month of November.

Additional Chief Secretary, Cooperative Department, Sh. TVSN Prasad, Registrar, Co-operative Societies, Smt. Geeta Bharti and other officers were present in the meeting.

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TRANSFER AND POSTING ORDERS

Chandigarh, June 28- Haryana Government has issued posting and transfer orders of two HCS officers with immediate effect.

Sh. Suresh Kumar, Sub Divisional Officer (Civil), Siwani has been given additional charge of City Magistrate, Bhiwani.

Sh. Vijay Kumar Yadav, City Magistrate, Bhiwani has been posted as Secretary, Haryana Electricity Regulatory Commission, Panchkula.

Meanwhile, Haryana Government has placed the services of two HCS officers namely, Sh. Sumeet Sihag, Estate Officer, Haryana Shehri Vikas Pradhikaran (HSVP), Karnal and Ms. Isha Kamboj, Secretary, Haryana Staff Selection Commission, Panchkula at the disposal of Chandigarh Administration, Chandigarh, with immediate effect.

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ADDITIONAL CHARGE

Chandigarh June 28- Haryana Government has given additional charge of ADGP, State Crime Branch, Gurugram to Mrs. Mamta Singh, IPS, ADGP, Rohtak Range, Rohtak during the leave period of Mrs. Charu Bali, IPS from August, 1, 2022 to September 26, 2022.

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Deceased jail warder’s wife receives Rs 50 lakh insurance

Panchkula/Chandigarh, June 28- Director General of Prisons, Haryana, Sh. Mohd. Akil gave a cheque of Rs 50 lakh to Smt. Kavita, wife of late Sh. Rajender, Warder of Sonipat’s Nahri village in his office here on Tuesday. The financial assistance was given on behalf of the HDFC bank.

While condoling the family members, he also urged them to provide the best education to the wards of deceased as this will be the real tribute to the departed soul. The Prison Department will provide all kinds of facilities to them under its welfare schemes. Conveying his heartfelt condolences to the members of the bereaved family, he said that Sh. Rajender would be long remembered for significant services to the Department.

Keeping in view the arduous nature of duty, he said that the Department of Prisons has taken important decisions from time to time for the welfare of its personnel. The financial assistance is given to the dependent under an agreement of accidental death insurance cover where the salary account is maintained with the bank.

Among others present on this occasion included Sh. Vipin Nodal officer of HDFC Sh. Ritesh Jindal and family members of late Sh. Rajender.

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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- 28/06/2022

The Detailed Status of Surveillance Activity for COVID-19 as on 28th June, 2022 is given below:

Total No. of Sample Taken Today

15557

Total No. of Positive Cases Detected Today

437

Total Active COVID-19 Patients

2626

Total No. of Active Cases under Home Isolation (28-06-2022)

2546

Total No. of Samples found Positive till date

1014881

Total Positive COVID-19 Patients Recovered / Discharged till date

1001610

No. of Deaths

10622

Total No. of People Vaccinated Today

19389

(1st Dose: 1184

2nd Dose: 6432

Precaution Dose: 11773)

Cumulative Coverage of COVID-19 Vaccination - 1st Dose

(Achieved 100% for 18yrs above population)

23570100 (100%)

Cumulative Coverage of COVID-19 Vaccination - 2nd Dose

(Achieved 87% for 15yrs above population)

19444803 (87%)

Cumulative Coverage of COVID-19 Vaccination - Precaution Dose

984409

Cumulative Coverage of Total COVID-19 Vaccination

43999312

COVID-19 Today (28-06-2022) Positivity Rate

3.30%

Recovery Rate

98.69%

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 28-06-2022

Cumulative Coverage of

Vaccination

Dose 1st

Dose 2nd

Precaution

Dose

1

Gurugram

218

1095

282164

280062 [390] ↑

99.26%

1007

191

570

3298

5449670

2

Faridabad

67

568

131702

130393 [147] ↑

99.01%

741

111

302

1201

4084519

3

Hisar

21

74

62390

61141 [21] ↑

98.00%

1175

122

192

183

2364387

4

Sonipat

15

47

58879

58556 [14] ↑

99.45%

276

86

483

503

2303636

5

Karnal

15

109

48451

47746 [14] ↑

98.54%

596

75

331

470

2403760

6

Panchkula

36

220

45009

44374 [29] ↑

98.59%

415

34

131

687

1139283

7

Ambala

15

101

40983

40340 [3] ↑

98.43%

542

52

141

659

2155664

8

Panipat

10

54

36196

35470

97.99%

672

78

298

436

2071729

9

Sirsa

1

25

33496

32932 [5] ↑

98.32%

539

20

209

135

1948163

10

Rohtak

12

99

32190

31537 [9] ↑

97.97%

537

20

729

556

1739454

11

Yamunanagar

5

24

30745

30266

98.44%

455

59

270

198

1978247

12

Kurukshetra

6

45

26962

26519 [7] ↑

98.36%

398

37

448

275

1569947

13

Bhiwani

1

19

26609

25925 [6] ↑

97.43%

665

54

1389

559

1804282

14

Mahendragarh

2

25

24779

24589

99.23%

165

28

117

443

1402977

15

Rewari

6

8

24710

24478 [1] ↑

99.06%

224

13

66

338

1588281

16

Jind

0

33

24450

23875 [4] ↑

97.65%

542

17

305

293

1734475

17

Jhajjar

3

22

23594

23216 [2] ↑

98.40%

350

135

108

457

1594401

18

Fatehabad

2

14

20106

19594 [2] ↑

97.45%

498

2

16

32

1196503

19

Kaithal

1

34

14327

13922 [5] ↑

97.17%

371

18

209

236

1791662

20

Palwal

1

9

13527

13348 [1] ↑

98.68%

170

26

87

205

1544023

21

Charkhi Dadri

0

0

7482

7337 [1] ↑

98.06%

145

4

25

544

911374

22

Nuh

0

1

6130

5990 [3] ↑

97.72%

139

2

6

65

1222875

HARYANA

437

2626

1014881

1001610 [664] ↑

98.69%

10622

1184

6432

11773

43999312

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

3

361

41

0

41

40

0

40

33

0

33

24

0

24

938

3

935

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

5

1635

91

0

91

530

2

528

61

1

60

126

0

126

2979

8

2971

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

28

2175

10

0

10

637

20

617

32

0

32

237

5

232

3378

53

3325

Hisar

383

3

380

584

0

584

40

0

40

207

0

207

85

0

85

128

0

128

1427

3

1424

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

1

114

165

1

164

41

0

41

106

0

106

5

0

5

18

0

18

450

2

448

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

4

6064

9104

37

9067

858

0

858

3287

22

3265

835

1

834

1050

5

1045

21202

69

21133

*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