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#COVIDManagement in the State of #UttarPradesh

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"Death of COVID patients just for non supplying of oxygen to the hospitals is a criminal act" Image
"How can we let our people die in this way when science is so advanced that even heart transplantation and brain surgery are taking place these days?" : #AllahabadHighCourt

#COVIDManagement in the State of #UttarPradesh

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"Death of Covid patients just for non supplying of oxygen to the hospitals is not less than a genocide by those who have been entrusted the task to ensure continuous procurement and supply chain of the liquid medical oxygen": #AllahabadHighCourt

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1/n #CovidManagement If every State Govt had war gamed Oxygen production-transportation-last mile connectivity in their respective states and screamed ‘help’ in 2020, the current sit would not have come. This EXACTLY is called governance. What use is NDRF-SDRF ?
2/n #CovidManagement Last Jun-November I did three to four long threads and one tweet suggested a Central Command Centre to coordinate nation wide Covid Management. Remember the media centre of Commonwealth games in Delhi? It was absolute beauty. On same lines we needed one.
3/n #CovidManagement I suggested having one central coordinator to handle and direct the disaster. Health, Police, Railways, Transport, Army, assets of election commission etc. 100% in a command centre with the head being given Cabinet Rank. This is GOVERNANCE.
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#Covid19management Among #COVID19 cases in #US , secondarily infection was most likely in
•Patient’s family
•Health care personnel
•Community members who spent 10 minutes within 6 ft of a patient
•Community members exposed in hospital
cdc.gov/mmwr/volumes/6… via @CDCgov
The overall symptomatic secondary attack rate of #Covid_19 was estimated to be 0.45% for close contacts and 10.5% for household members in the #US #covidindia #covidmanagement
Median duration of viral shedding in nasopharyngeal samples is 12 days. 5 individuals treated with lopinavir-ritonavir; In 3 of 5 patients, fever resolved & supplemental oxygen requirement reduced within 3 days, but 2 did deteriorate jamanetwork.com/journals/jama/… #covidmanagement
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