Increasing pollution levels have become an issue of major concern for humanity, Chief Minister

Making environment-friendly plans considering it a circular economy is the need of the hour, Manohar Lal

NGT Chairman praises Chief Minister for taking environmental protection initiatives

Chandigarh, September 30– Haryana Chief Minister, Sh. Manohar Lal said that today increasing pollution levels have become an issue of major concern for the entire humanity. Considering the environment as a circular economy, plans should be made to save the environment. Environment and Climate Change Department along with other departments will also have to put collaborative efforts into making such plans, added Sh. Manohar Lal.

The Chief Minister was speaking as the Chief Guest at the annual conference on the implementation of the District Environment Plan held in Panchkula today. Chairman, National Green Tribunal (NGT), Justice Sh. Adarsh Kumar Goel also attended the function as Special Guest.

The Chief Minister said that during COVID-19, when the entire humanity was putting up a tough fight against this Pandemic, then Haryana by drafting better strategies and with great willpower also successfully battled against this Pandemic.

“Today many species of wild animal are on the verge of becoming extinct. Saving these extinct species and conserving water is the need of the hour,” asserted Sh. Manohar Lal.

He said that a call for Green Revolution was made when the Country was facing the crisis of food grains and today we have not only become self-sufficient in food grains production for the country but have also started exporting food grains to other countries, added the Chief Minister.

“However at that time, more emphasis was given to producing more and more quantity, which resulted in the irrational use of chemical fertilizers and pesticides, affecting soil fertility. Today the concept of natural farming and organic farming is being adopted to deal with this problem,” said Sh. Manohar Lal.

The Chief Minister said that ‘Mera Pani Meri Virasat Yojana’ has been implemented in Haryana so that the coming generations do not get barren land. In order to promote crop diversification in place of paddy, an incentive of Rs. 7000 per acre is being given to the farmers.

He said that today saving drinking water is also becoming a challenge. Now plans are being made to reuse the treated water by setting up STPs. The arrangement of separate pipelines will have to ensure for drinking water and for the use of treated water for other household purposes, especially in cities. Before making plans, firstly consideration has to be given to how it will be reused, said Sh. Manohar Lal.

The Chief Minister said that plans have to be made according to the new technology. E-waste, solid and liquid waste management plants will have to be set up in every small town, added Sh. Manohar Lal.

He said that there are about 18,000 ponds in Haryana, out of which 8000 overflowing ponds are in rural areas. After treating the water of such ponds it can be used for irrigation, and schemes for micro-irrigation are being prepared. The use of treated wastewater from the pond will be made mandatory for micro-irrigation in the area near the pond. For this, the Irrigation and Water Resources Department, Development and Panchayat Department and MICADA are working together to prepare the blueprint, added the Chief Minister.

NGT Chairman shower praises on Chief Minister for taking environmental protection initiatives

Addressing the function, NGT Chairman, Justice Sh. Adarsh Kumar Goel showered praises on Chief Minister for taking environmental protection initiatives.

“The Manohar Lal-led state government has taken many significant initiatives to protect the environment. These initiatives will give a new direction to the country. District Environment Plan is in the provisions of the Constitution and every public representative should have to ensure their contribution to ensure the meticulous implementation of these initiatives,” said Justice Sh. Adarsh Kumar Goel.

He said that today the image of the Haryana Chief Minister has become like that he believes in finding permanent solutions to any problem.

“This is the reason that since he has assumed his charge, the kind of work done in the environmental protection in the State has never been done before. Never before in the state, the schemes have been formulated at such a faster pace nor it has been implemented at the grassroots level like it is being done in Manohar Lal’s tenure”, said Justice Sh. Adarsh Kumar Goel.

He said that the Chief Minister’s vision for formulating plans for waste management and environmental protection is a historic initiative. Hardly any Chief Minister had ever thought of taking the initiative for water conservation. The thinking of the Chief Minister for laying separate pipelines for drinking water and treated water for other uses is an example for other states, added Justice Sh. Adarsh Kumar Goel.

“Solid waste management is also another problem. We have to make a habit of segregating dry and wet waste in our homes. More and more plants will have to be set up to make compost manure from wet waste. Both the State and the society will have to work together for environmental protection and this campaign should be given the form of a mass movement,” said Justice Sh. Adarsh Kumar Goel.

Urban Local Bodies Minister, Dr. Kamal Gupta, Panchkula Mayor, Sh. Kulbhushan Goyal, Chief Secretary, Sh. Sanjeev Kaushal, Chief Principal Secretary to Chief Minister, Sh. D.S. Dhesi, Chairman, Haryana Pollution Control Board, Sh. P. Raghavendra Rao, Commissioner, Ambala Division, Smt. Renu S. Phulia and other officers were present on this occasion.

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Small traders of Haryana to get booths at concessional rates in urban areas, Manohar Lal

Mukhyamantri Vyapari Kshatipurti Beema Yojana implemented

Chandigarh, September 30 – Haryana Chief Minister, Sh. Manohar Lal today announced that Mukhyamantri Vyapari Kshatipurti Beema Yojana has been implemented to give insurance benefits to small traders. Under this scheme, compensation at the normal insurance rate is given to the traders to compensate for the loss of their stock caused due to fire, flood, etc.

The Chief Minister said this while addressing a programme organized for the Rehabilitation of Rehri market in Sector 9 of Panchkula today.

Sh. Manohar Lal laid the foundation stone of Antyodaya Market and performed Havan. Later he distributed possession letters to 8 allottees and released the brochure of Haryana Shehri Vikas Pradhikaran (HSVP).

All the Rehri markets in Haryana to have Pucca booths

The Chief Minister announced that all the street vendors of the state including Gurugram, Faridabad would be allotted Pucca booths so that no trader should face this kind of untoward incident like that happened in sector 9 Panchkula Rehri market on September 1, 2022. Pucca booths will also be made in Rehri Market of Sector 7, 11 and 17 in Panchkula.

Under this scheme, a rebate of 25 percent in the market rate would also be provided to the small traders by HSVP, but this exemption would not be applicable to the encroachers, informed Sh. Manohar Lal.

He said that the booth costs around Rs. 17 lakh as per the current market rate, but after the rebate, a booth measuring 63 square feet will be available for about Rs 13 lakh and 75 percent loan facility has also been provided from the Central Bank. In this way, every allottee is being helped to buy the booth, said the Chief Minister.

He further informed that if the allottee deposits this amount within 180 days, then he will be given an exemption on the entire interest. An amount of Rs 50 lakh would be spent by HSVP on the construction of a footpath, ensuring the availability of electricity and other resources in this market, asserted the Chief Minister.

Traders must have GST

The Chief Minister said that small traders must have a GST. For this, Prime Minister, Sh. Narendra Modi has launched a special campaign. He said that during the last month, the revenue of more than Rs. 1.50 lakh crore has been collected in the country.

The Chief Minister said that on that unfortunate day when the entire Rehri market of sector 9 was gutted in fire, the government had decided to work on a proposal ensuring that these traders do not face any problems. He thanked the officers for their hard work and for which this scheme got implemented so soon.

Government is working with the spirit of Antyodaya

The Chief Minister said that the State Government while upholding the spirit of Pandit Deen Dayal Upadhyaya’s Antyodaya philosophy is ensuring the upliftment of the last mile person.

He said that under this campaign the first right of government belongs to the needy person. Employment is being provided to such families through Parivar Pehchan Patra. Till now, self-employment has been given to 30,000 families under Mukhyamantri Parivar Utthan Yojana. This is why this market of Panchkula has also been named Antyodaya Market, added Sh. Manohar Lal.

Addressing the programme, the Vidhan Sabha Speaker, Sh. Gian Chand Gupta said that while understanding the pain and suffering of the traders, the Chief Minister has come up with a better scheme in the entire state so that small traders and poor people can earn their livelihood.

He said that by giving booths at cheap and subsidized rates in urban areas, Sh. Manohar Lal has not only given them a big sigh of relief but has also ensured quick redressal of those who lost their shops in the tragic fire incident. For this, all the small traders had expressed their heartfelt gratitude to Chief Minister, said Sh. Gian Chand Gupta.

He said that an amount of Rs. 50 lakh will be spent for ensuring proper arrangements of toilets and drinking water in this market by HSVP. On September 1, about 134 shops got gutted due to fire and then the Chief Minister immediately gave relief of Rs. 25,000 to each shopkeeper. HSVP is also committed bring a change in the lives of small shopkeepers, added Sh. Gian Chand Gupta.

Panchkula Mayor, Sh. Kulbhushan Goyal, Chief Principal Secretary to Chief Minister, Sh. DS Dhesi, Commissioner ,Ambala Division, Smt. Renu Bala Phulia, Commissioner of Police, Hanif Qureshi, Chief Administrator, Haryana Shehri Vikas Pradhikaran, Sh. Ajit Balaji Joshi, Administrator, Sh. Dharamvir Singh, Deputy Commissioner, Panchkula, Sh. Mahavir were also present on this occasion.

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Chief Minister chairs high-level meeting with the Administrative Wing

Reviews procurement arrangement made for Kharif Marketing season -2022-23

Administrative Secretaries should personally visit the Mandis to review procurement arrangements to ensure farmers visiting the Mandis do not face any problems, directs the Chief Minister

Chief Minister launches e-kharid Haryana Mobile App for farmers

Procurement of Kharif crops to begin from today

Chandigarh, September 30- Haryana Chief Minister, Sh. Manohar Lal while chairing a high-level meeting with the Administrative Secretaries here today said that like each year this time also uninterrupted and hassle-free conduct of procurement operations of Kharif Marketing Season 2022-23 should be ensured.

The Divisional and Deputy Commissioners and Chairmans of government procurement agencies also attended the meeting held through video conferencing. Deputy Chief Minister, Sh. Dushyant Chautala, Chief Secretary, Sh. Sanjeev Kaushal, Chief Principal Secretary to Chief Minister, Sh. D.S Dhesi, Principal Secretary to Chief Minister, Sh. V. Umashankar, Additional Principal Secretary to Chief Minister, Dr. Amit Agrawal also remained present in the meeting.

"As the procurement of Kharif crops will be from today, therefore proper installation of moisture meters, weighing scales along with proper transportation facilities, timely lifting, installation of CCTV camera and further strengthening of Mandi infrastructures should be ensured," directed Sh. Manohar Lal.

The Chief Minister said that since untimely heavy rains started one week before procurement has caused problems for the farmers who have already brought their crops to the Mandis, therefore the officers concerned should ensure that the proper drying up of such crops is done before final procurement.

He further directed that the officers should also ensure that the moisture content in the crop brought for the procurement should be within the prescribed 17 percent.

"Proper installation of moisture meters should be ensured and the old ones should also be replaced after proper calibrations. Digital moisture meters have been installed in most of the Mandis but for the satisfaction of the farmers, even the manual ones should also be kept in the mandis. Farmer satisfaction should be our utmost priority", added Sh. Manohar Lal.

DCs should regularly visit the Mandis to ensure hassle-free procurement, Chief Minister

The Chief Minister directed that apart from the Administrative Secretaries, the Deputy Commissioners should also regularly visit the mandis to ensure hassle-free procurement.

The timely readdress of the grievances of the farmers should be done. A meeting should be held with millers and the paddy distribution should be done transparently. The procurement chain should be done systematically. The daily data update of the procurement should also be done, directed to Sh. Manohar Lal.

Stock clearance should also be done on regular basis

The Chief Minister directed that crop stock clearance should also be done on regular basis. For this, the Deputy Commissioners should do regular inspections of the Mandis.

Set up additional purchase centres near Mandis to avoid overcrowding, Chief Minister

The Chief Minister further directed that scheduling of the farmers bringing their crops should also be ensured well in time and adequate lifting arrangements should be made in every Mandi. Additional purchase centres should be set up near every Mandi to avoid overcrowding the Mandis.

"Separate SOPs should also be prepared and distributed for farmers, the marketing board, millers, arthiyas and Mandis. Huge pamphlets carrying Important information should be distributed in the Mandis," directed Sh. Manohar Lal.

He said that the administrative Secretaries should personally visit the Mandis to review the procurement arrangements and to ensure that farmers visiting the Mandis do not face any problems.

Set a target to procure millet

The Chief Minister said that from day one target should be set to procure millet. The mandis of the State should ensure procurement of millet at MSP. The difference between the MSP and auction rates should be given to the farmers.

Payment of farmers to be transferred within 72 hours, Chief Minister

Ensuring timely payment to every farmer is of utmost priority to the State Government, hence every officer concerned should ensure that the payment is transferred within 72 hours. Payment should be online within 72 hours from the approval of I form.

For this season government aims to procure around 55 lakh MT of paddy

The Chief Minister was apprised that for this season government aims to procure around 55 lakh MT of paddy.

The procurement of Kharif crops will be done at the Minimum Support Price (MSP) as announced by the Government of India. The MSP of Rs 2040 per quintal has been fixed for Paddy (Common), Rs 2060 per quintal for Paddy (Grade-A), and Rs 2350 per quintal for Bajra.

During the marketing season 2022-23, crops like paddy, bajra, maize, moong, sunflower, groundnut, til, arhar and urad, etc. will be procured.

e-kharid Haryana Mobile App for farmers launched

For the convenience of the farmers, the Chief Minister launched the e-kharid Haryana Mobile App. This bilingual app is available on the Google play store and has real-time data of the farmers regarding the number of crops registered, gate pass issues, and the quantity they can bring for procurement.

Any farmer can get these details by entering their mobile numbers registered on Meri Fasal Mera Boyra portal. The farmers can also raise their grievances on this App.

Furthermore, through this app, the farmers can immediately download J-form anytime anywhere. He can also check the status of the payment. A toll-free number has also been shared for the help of the farmers. The app also has a feature of sending district-specific notifications.

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Haryana Home Minister constituted a committee of senior police officers against the case of Fake IG (IB MHA), Vinay Aggarwal and others

Chandigarh, September 30– Haryana Home Minister, Sh. Anil Vij has constituted a committee of senior police officers against the case of Fake IGP, Vinay Aggarwal and others who extorted and borrowed money from various companies based in industrial areas of Kala Amb, Baddi, Naraingarh and other areas. The extorted money was reported to be around Rs. 1.49 crore. Directions have been given to submit the investigation report of the entire case within a month.

Panchkula resident, Jagbir Singh has submitted a complaint to the Home Minister that Vinay Aggarwal, Nishant Sareen, and Komal Khanna have committed financial fraud by creating undue pressure and later by taking false police action. The complainant says that in the year 2019, Mahinder Pal Khanna brought a person named Vinay Aggarwal to his house in Naraingarh, who introduced himself as a senior IPS rank officer in IB MHA. After that Vinay Aggarwal started visiting his house and companies located in Kala Amb and also started collecting information related to our firm businesses. Vinay Aggarwal used to take Ravindra Kumar as body guard, Raj Singh Sangwan, and Jasbir Singh as driver with him during his visits. He used to visit the factory, put undue pressure on the workers, and harass them using his bogus position.

The complainant says that first of all, the fake IG started taking money by threatening to shut down the company citing their official position and rank from Symbiosis and its affiliated companies, they also took the samples of medicines.

The complaint claims that the bogus IG initially began extorting money by threatening to shut down the business citing his official position and rank from symbiosis and its related firms. In this way, Vinay Aggarwal took Rs. 42 lakhs from Symbiosis Pharmaceuticals Pvt. Ltd., Rs. 14 lakhs from Sai Tech Medicare Pvt. Ltd., Rs. 23 lakhs from Ovation Remedies, Rs. 54 lakhs from Synergy Care, Rs. 8 lakh from Tejas Medipack and Rs. 8 lakh from N. K Industries.

After that he brought two police vehicles to my residence and started pressuring me for not helping the police in the case filed against Nishant Sareen and also urged me to compromise with Komal Khanna. After my refusal, Vinay Aggarwal started saying that you are taking enmity with the government, thus Vinay Aggarwal along with Nishant and Komal Khanna has cheated upon me and threatened to kill me. The complainant said that appropriate legal action should be taken against them and my money should be recovered.

The complainant further stated that Nishant Sareen (Drug Officer) forced me into partnership with Dr. Komal Khanna in the year 2016 by pressurizing me. In this partnership firm, 50 percent share belongs to me with an investment of about Rs. 45 lakh. Apart from this, I got 100 percent share in Zenia Pharmaceuticals but only got 50 percent partnership. After this, both of them started borrowing my goods from the same firm and bought goods worth crores, but not a single payment has been clear till date.

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Government has always taken decisions in the interest of farmers, which are getting direct benefits. Continuing the earlier trend, Haryana Dairy Development Cooperative Federation has decided to increase the purchase price of milk in the state from Rs. 770 to 800 per kg fat from October 1.

Chandigarh, September 30- Haryana Cooperation Minister, Dr. Banwari Lal said that the government has always taken decisions in the interest of farmers, which are getting direct benefits. Continuing the earlier trend, Haryana Dairy Development Cooperative Federation has decided to increase the purchase price of milk in the state from Rs. 770 to 800 per kg fat from October 1. This decision will directly benefit the milk producers.

The Cooperation Minister said that the farmers whose milk has minimum 6.5 percent fat and SNF 8.8 percent will get direct benefits. The Cooperation Minister further informed that the implementation of Global Environment Facility (GEF) in collaboration with Bureau of Energy Efficiency (BEE) for milk producing farmers and among the schemes launched by the Confederation of Indian Industry, Milk Union, Jind and Milk Union, Sirsa have been awarded Certificate of Appreciation for promoting energy efficiency and renewable energy measures. This will help the milk unions to reduce the cost of production.

He said that the Haryana Government is working to further strengthen the cooperative system of the dairy sector in the state. The vision of self-reliant India can be realized by connecting youth and women with a vast network of cooperative systems. That is why the government has taken this decision in the direction of providing more strength to the milk producing farmers and making them self-reliant.

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A few meetings of the G-20 summit likely to be held in Gurugram, Team of Ministry of External Affairs visited Gurugram

India will be assuming presidency of G-20 countries for a year from December 1

Under the summit, 200 meetings or seminars will be held across the country

Opportunity to showcase the rich heritage and culture of Haryana in front of foreign guests

Chandigarh, September 30- India is going to assume the presidency of G-20 countries for one year from the coming December 1 and during this period, there will be numerous meetings of different levels including ministerial, Serpa or Working Groups, engagement groups and seminars across the country on different subjects. There will be about 200 meetings of different levels. So far 55 cities have been selected for organizing these meetings across the country. Among these, Gurugram of Haryana is also one city, where four to five meetings related to the G-20 summit will be held. A G-20 team of the Ministry of External Affairs visited Gurugram on Friday in this regard, in which it was discussed about the appropriate places for organizing meetings and short excursions with the concerned local officers.

The G-20 Summit team from the Ministry of External Affairs included Shri Praveen Jakhar, Officer on Special Duty, Mahender Sehgal, Program Director from the Indian Council for Cultural Relations (ICCR) and Lakshmi Prabha, a G-20 Logistics Consultant. In this high level meeting held in the Conference Hall of PWD Rest House, Gurugram, Additional Resident Commissioner, Haryana Bhawan, Delhi Dharmendra Singh, Chief Protocol Officer, Gurugram Vatsal Vashisht, City Magistrate Anu Shyokand, CEO of Zila Parishad from Faridabad Suman Bhankar, Zila Parishad Nuh CEO Pradeep Ahlawat, Joint Director of Tourism Department RP Kundu, Liaison Officer Rajendra Sharma and AGM Harvinder Singh, Cultural Officer from Art and Culture Department Hridya Kaushal, DCP East Virendra Vij and many officials were present.

The G-20 team of the Ministry of External Affairs said that so far 55 cities have been identified in different parts of the country for the year-long events under this summit. These events will have different level of meetings on 13 tracks including different topics like health, finance, environment, social issues, culture, tourism etc. As part of this Summit, about 12 meetings will be of the ministerial level. He said that the heads of states will also participate in the main program of the G-20 Summit. Out of these meetings to be held in different cities of the country, four or five meetings or conferences will be held in Gurugram of Haryana. During these meetings, there will be an opportunity to showcase the rich heritage, folk culture and other features of Haryana in front of the delegates of the Summit. G-20 team member Praveen Jakhar said that on the days of the meetings, cultural programs showcasing Haryanvi folk culture, music from folk instruments etc. can be shown during dinner. Not only this, participating foreign guests can also visit unique and iconic places in and around Gurugram, if time permits after the meetings. Since Gurugram is a unique model of urban development, it can also be showcased. Apart from the G-20 member countries, 9 other nations have also been invited as special invitees in this Summit. He said that a website for the G-20 summit is likely to be launched in the month of October, wherein the full calendar of the summit would be displayed.

The team along with the local officers also visited some places in Gurugram and Nuh districts on Friday, where foreign guests can be taken for excursion or sightseeing. The team discussed with the local authorities regarding possible suitable places for holding meetings, seminars, places appropriate for short excursions, security arrangements, accommodation etc. and said that the final decision on these would be of the Ministry of External Affairs.

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विदाई समारोह

चंडीगढ़: सूचना, जनसम्पर्क एवं भाषा विभाग, हरियाणा के मुख्यालय स्थित प्रेस शाखा में कार्यरत सूचना एवं जनसम्पर्क अधिकारी श्रीमती निशि शर्मा के सेवानिवृत्त होने पर विदाई समारोह का आयोजन किया गया। इस अवसर पर विभाग की अतिरिक्त निदेशक (प्रशासन) श्रीमती वर्षा खांगवाल, संयुक्त निदेशक (प्रशासन) श्री अमन कुमार, सीएम सैल के प्रभारी संयुक्त निदेशक श्री बीएल धीमान, संयुक्त निदेशक (प्रेस) डॉ. साहिब राम गोदारा, उप-निदेशक (प्रेस) राजसिंह कादियान, परियोजना अधिकारी श्री विनोद कुमार सहित अन्य अधिकारी व कर्मचारी उपस्थित रहे। (30 सितंबर, 2022)

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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- 30/09/2022

The Detailed Status of Surveillance Activity for COVID-19 as on 30th September, 2022 is given below:

Total No. of Sample Taken Today

7621

Total No. of Positive Cases Detected Today

51

Total Active COVID-19 Patients

194

Total No. of Active Cases under Home Isolation (30-09-2022)

176

Total No. of Samples found Positive till date

1054924

Total Positive COVID-19 Patients Recovered / Discharged till date

1044002

No. of Deaths

10705

Total No. of People Vaccinated Today

4373

(1st Dose: 393

2nd Dose: 742

Precaution Dose: 3238)

Cumulative Coverage of COVID-19 Vaccination - 1st Dose

(Achieved 100% for 18yrs above population)

23664417 (100%)

Cumulative Coverage of COVID-19 Vaccination - 2nd Dose

(Achieved 88% for 15yrs above population)

19806993 (88%)

Cumulative Coverage of COVID-19 Vaccination - Precaution Dose

1900446

Cumulative Coverage of Total COVID-19 Vaccination

45371856

COVID-19 Today (30-09-2022) Positivity Rate

0.66%

Recovery Rate

98.96%

Fatality Rate

1.01%


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 30-09-2022

Cumulative Coverage of

Vaccination

Dose 1st

Dose 2nd

Precaution

Dose

1

Gurugram

30

98

300230

299106[24]

99.63

1026

84

109

381

5707809

2

Faridabad

3

14

135594

134839[1]

99.44

741

25

47

431

4179998

3

Hisar

1

8

63848

62658[1]

98.14

1182

40

129

43

2434424

4

Sonipat

0

0

59574

59298[1]

99.54

276

13

40

150

2358261

5

Karnal

3

12

49881

49269[2]

98.77

600

6

10

103

2466349

6

Panchkula

0

12

48333

47900

99.10

421

2

2

58

1177712

7

Ambala

0

5

42820

42273[3]

98.72

542

6

54

68

2208210

8

Panipat

0

7

36750

36066[1]

98.14

677

14

39

95

2129990

9

Sirsa

0

2

34209

33661

98.40

546

1

25

1

1988171

10

Rohtak

4

8

33166

32604

98.31

537

1

7

87

1813492

11

Yamunanagar

2

6

32669

32205[9]

98.58

458

16

41

5

2039798

12

Kurukshetra

1

5

27807

27395

98.52

407

15

14

141

1626878

13

Bhiwani

0

2

27164

26495[2]

97.54

667

2

8

19

1880848

14

Jind

1

1

25405

24860

97.85

544

1

30

216

1781173

15

Mahendragarh

2

2

25001

24834

99.33

165

1

6

88

1447347

16

Rewari

0

2

24985

24759[1]

99.10

224

45

55

277

1627938

17

Jhajjar

2

5

24095

23730

98.49

354

25

28

61

1634144

18

Fatehabad

0

1

20291

19790

97.53

500

63

26

1

1214237

19

Kaithal

2

2

15196

14818[1]

97.51

376

26

44

769

1895703

20

Palwal

0

1

13657

13480

98.70

176

3

19

35

1577677

21

Charkhi Dadri

0

0

8070

7923

98.18

147

0

2

201

954416

22

Nuh

0

1

6179

6039

97.73

139

4

7

8

1227281

Haryana

51

194

1054924

1044002[46]

98.96

10705

393

742

3238

45371856

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

1634

5

1629

91

0

91

530

3

527

61

0

61

126

0

126

2973

8

2965

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

1

2202

10

0

10

637

3

634

32

0

32

237

1

236

3378

5

3373

Hisar

383

0

383

584

0

584

40

0

40

207

0

207

85

0

85

128

0

128

1427

0

1427

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

0

115

165

0

165

41

0

41

106

0

106

5

0

5

18

0

18

450

0

450

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

40

0

40

3

0

3

31

0

31

0

0

0

237

0

237

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

Yamuna Nagar

131

0

131

356

0

356

26

0

26

152

0

152

5

0

5

27

0

27

697

0

697

Total

6068

0

6068

9098

6

9092

874

0

874

3287

6

3281

835

0

835

1050

1

1049

21212

13

21199

*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

53

Govt. Labs

26

Govt. Labs Capacity

10130 per day

MoU with Private Labs

27

MoU with Private Labs Capacity

108950 per day

Total Labs Capacity

119080 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