COVID-19 epidemic threatens the country and the world. The Bhilwara district of Rajasthan has attracted the attention of the nation due to its perseverance. The district ranked second in Rajasthan with 27 corona positive cases last month and one of the top ten corona hotspots in the country. Only one positive case has been reported since March 30, with the district administration’s stalwart actions. No such decline has been recorded in any other part of the country. Appreciating this successful move, the central government plans to implement the ‘Bhilwara mode for corona’ in other states as well. It was announced by Rajiv Gouba, who is the Union Cabinet Secretary.
The first case was registered on March 19 in the Bhilwara district. Coronavirus was diagnosed in a private hospital doctor. The hospital staff got infected by the virus through him. In a few days, the number of Bhilwara corona cases had increased to 27. The first phase of the curfew was implemented in the district from March 20 to April 2, the day after the first case was registered. District boundaries were closed. Checkpoints had been set up on all major highways, and the traffic on vehicles had been banned. Everything was stopped except for necessities.
The district has guided the nation through the service of over 7,000 teams, through the entire county’s lockdown, the identification of suspects, and the quarantine-isolation ward. With over 7,000 teams, this was a success. They surveyed over 20 million locals in a short time.
Corona Zone, Buffer Zone
1 km around the BBM private hospital where the ailing doctor worked, a range was set up as Corona Zone, and a 3 km scope was declared a buffer zone. Zones had been set up similarly in the homes of other Corona positives. Through cluster mapping, six areas were identified. Special teams were deployed for continuous screening of suspects. In all these areas, all service ambulances, police vehicles, screening centers, quarantine centers, and government offices are regularly treated with disinfectants.
Special training for Bhilwara Mediacal staff
Skilled doctors trained the staff of the screening and surveying teams on the detection of symptoms among individuals, those who went abroad, those in the corona zone, and those from other areas. One supervisor was appointed for every ten survey teams. Every doctor, staff, every person who came to the hospital, the patients, the coroner, the coroner of the coroner, and every person who came in contact with the coroner, the suspects were placed in the Home Quarantine.
The 200-bed capacity MG hospital had been devoted to full corona exams. It was later raised to 427 beds. The suspects were brought in public vehicles and brought back to their home after examinations. Those who met a corona-positive person and those who had symptoms were rushed to government isolation wards. Samples were collected and sent for examination. Samples were taken to Jayapura for testing three times daily. Likewise, everyone who was close to COVID-19 positives was placed in the isolation wards. The people who met them (Tier 2) were taken to government quarantine centres.
Bhilwara Corona Fighters And Captains
Corona captains and fighters had been hired in the city and rural areas to oversee all of these activities. Subdivision magistrate in the city; Black Development Officer and Tahsildar were appointed as Corona Captains in the Black and Rural areas. Asha and ANM activists in the city; In the villages, serpents, panchayat aides, teachers and Asha activists were formed as corona fighters. They oversaw the needs of the home quarantine, the arrival of migrant workers, and other needs.
Supply of vegetables and milk for the house
The second phase of the curfew was implemented from April 3 to 13 in Bhilwara. As part of this, permits for necessities were also banned. The government supplied vegetables, fruits and milk to the household. The government gave food parcels to the poor.
Hotel rooms are quarantine
The quarantine centres used 11,659 beds in 22 government hospitals and 1541 rooms in 27 hotels. Four other private hospitals with a capacity of 25 beds were taken over by Corona Services.
Conclusion: Freedom to local machinery
According to the research, the conditions of coronavirus in each region are the same, so what made the Bhilwara COVID-19 case stand out? Most researchers say that we will have to change our fighting strategy on Corona accordingly, taking inspiration from the Bhilwara corona strategy. To achieve good results, we will have to provide the necessary facilities for the local machinery, and most importantly, we will have to make them able to have all the freedom to work.🔥11