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NITI Aayog praises Yogi government’s ‘Test-Trace-Treat model’

After the World Health Organization (WHO), now the NITI Aayog has also modeled the Yogi government of Uttar Pradesh for Kovid management. High praise Has The Commission has described this UP model as a model for other states. Two important tweets in this regard have been made from the official Twitter handle of NITI Aayog.

In a tweet, NITI Aayog launched a Triple T (Trace, Test and Treat) campaign run by the Yogi government to locate Corona patients and isolate them home to prevent the spread of infection. Appreciated Second is the oxygen transport tracking system of UP. The NITI Aayog’s comment has also stamped the Yogi government’s strategy in controlling the corona.

NITI Aayog praised Yogi Sherakar

The NITI Aayog’s Twitter handle also praised the UP government’s efforts in the fight against Kovid late Thursday (May 13, 2021) after the WHO praised the Yogi government for Kovid management.

The commission has said in a tweet that other states can also repeat the campaign by the Uttar Pradesh government to detect and isolate the corona infected from house to house in more than 90 thousand villages of the state. This tweet also states that this UP model of trace, test and treatment helps to control the corona. Very impressive Is proving

Yogi government applauded on oxygen supply

In another tweet, NITI Aayog also appreciated the efforts being made by the Uttar Pradesh government for the supply of oxygen. In this regard, the commission tweeted that the Uttar Pradesh government’s oxygen transport tracking system is highly appreciated.

UP has created a dashboard for oxygen tracking through which you can find out the real time location of oxygen tankers. This has led to quicker and better oxygen allocation. As a result, the statistics are that where earlier 250 metric tons of oxygen was available, now it has started to be 1000 metric tons.

Impact of ‘trace, test and treat’ campaign in U.P.

In fact, with the formula of trace, test and treatment of Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath in stopping the spread of Corona, the pace of infection in the state has started to stop at a very fast pace. In the last 12 days, the number of active cases has decreased by more than one lakh. Along with this, the initial problem regarding oxygen during the treatment of the infected has also ended. The oxygen transport tracking system started on CM Yogi’s initiative is ensuring maximum oxygen availability in the entire country in UP for the last several days.

Central government implemented UP model

At the same time, the central government has also adopted the model implemented by the state government regarding oxygen supply. In this regard, the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways has mandated the installation of vehicle location tracking devices in oxygen containers, tankers and other vehicles. Proper monitoring and safety of these tankers will be ensured through GPS. It will also be seen that there is no diversion or delay.

Significantly, the World Health Organization (WHO) praised the Yogi government’s door-to-door campaign in the wake of the outbreak of Corona infection in India. The WHO, in one of its articles, described how the Yogi government took necessary steps at the time of the pandemic and implemented them at the grassroots level.

The article said that the Yogi government has started house to house active case finding in the wake of COVID-19 in rural areas. In this process they were isolated which had symptoms of Kovid. The WHO said that the Yogi government has engaged 1,41,610 teams in this task. These teams have 21,242 supervisors from the state health department, whose job is to ensure that no rural area is left out in the campaign.

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