The Chief Minister honored the Corona warriors.

Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami honored the Corona warriors by presenting them a citation and a memento at a ceremony held at the Rajpur Road hotel on Sunday. The Chief Minister said that in this extraordinary time of Corona pandemic, with the spirit of Seva Paramo Dharmah, our doctors, nurses, paramedical staff, ambulance workers, sanitation workers, policemen, service workers, voluntary organizations, regardless of their lives, have worked round the clock. Don’t shy away from working hard

Corona warriors made public service as their goal with courage, confidence and patience like a warrior. The Chief Minister said that last year the Covid pandemic had alerted us, but then no one realized how deadly the second wave of the pandemic could be. We had no way to control this epidemic at that time, no vaccine was available, no medicine, but due to the vision and unprecedented efforts of Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi, the availability of necessary medicine and equipment and vaccine supply was very short time. occurred in the interval.
The Chief Minister said that during the period of Kovid epidemic, our health workers, police personnel, people associated with social service, showing solidarity, controlled it very well. The role of the State Kovid Control Room in disseminating information during the Kovid epidemic to the media, public representatives and at the national level was highly commendable. During the Corona period, the government got full public support from everyone. The contribution of corona warriors is truly unforgettable, which will be remembered forever.

The Chief Minister said that the pace of corona has slowed down, but this epidemic is not over yet. That is why we have to face this challenge by following the Kovid guide line. Despite limited resources for those doing commendable work in the field of health during the Corona period, the state government has allocated about 200 crores for the people associated with the tourism, transport, culture sector affected by Kovid-19 and 205 crores for the medical sector. The package is approved. 70-70 crore has been provided for Pithoragarh and Rudrapur Medical Colleges.

He said that by December 31, 2021, 100% vaccination would be done in the state. All preparations have been made to face the possible third wave of Corona. Micronutrients have been arranged for children. Necessary medicines and equipment etc. have been made available in all CHCs, PHCs, sub centers.

The Chief Minister said that this year Kanwar Yatra was banned so that there should be minimum loss of life and property due to corona infection. The Chief Minister said that even God sees our good works. In the era of Corona, they have certainly become a part of virtue due to the acts of charity of those who do public service with their heart and soul. The Chief Minister said that everyone does it for himself, but selfless work for others is definitely an act of charity.

Dr. Hem Chandra Pandey, Vice Chancellor H.N.B. Medical Education University, Dr. Ashutosh Sayana, Principal Doon Medical College, Dr. K.C. Pant, Medical Superintendent, Doon Medical College, Dr. NS Bisht, Dr. Dinesh Chauhan, Dr. Anurag Agarwal, Dr. Kailash Joshi, Dr. RK Singh, Mr. Ashok Windlas Mr. Anand Shukla, Mr. Harish Suri, Dr. Abdul Rahim, SHO Mr. Digambar Singh Negi, Mr. Dharmendra Rautela, Mr. Rakesh Shah as well as Radiologists Mr. Manish Pant, Mr. Mahendra Bhandari, Staff Nurse Ms. Anuradha, Priyanka, Advocate Shivani Singh, Harbhajan Singh, Harish Kataria, Ajay Sikri, Rama Goyal, representatives of Lok Panchayat Jaunsar etc. were prominent.

The Chief Minister also appreciated the efforts of Jagran Parivar to honor the Corona warriors.

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