Information on COVID in respect of Subarnapur District
Control Room ,Collectorate,Subarnapur
Office Phone No. 06654 220362
Nodal Officer for COVID Hospital
Sri Surya Narayan Dash, OAS(S)
Additional District Magistrate, Subarnapur
Nodal Officer for COVID
Sri Mukteswar Panigrahi,OAS-I
Deputy Collector, Emergency Section ,Collectorate, Subarnapur
1.TEMPORARY MEDICAL CENTRE (TMCs) in each GPs and ULBs
TEMPORARY MEDICAL CENTRE (TMCs) are making in 109 Gram Panchayats and 3 ULBs in respect of Subarnapur District for keeping the patients who affected in CORONA VIRUS. The total seat capacity in GPs is 10455 and 453 in ULBs. Each camp has beds, drinking water, toilet, electricity along with some accessories such as racks, dustbins, misquito mats, buckets and mugs. We are trying to make these centres as comfortable as possible .
2.DISTRICT LEVEL COVID HOSPITAL
District level COVID hospital is provided at Govt. ITI, Sonepur .The total seat capacity in this Hospital is 350. Sri Sarat Chandra Panda,OAS Additional District Magistrate,Subarnapur is the nodal officer ,district level COVID hospital and Mobile No.9437276455
3.DISTRIBUTION ON SOCIAL SECURITY PENSION
Keeping in the mind ,the impact of Covid 19, the state government has decided to pay 100% advance pension to social pensioners. To prevent beneﬁciaries, particularly elderly citizens from contracting the virus, four months advance for April, May, June and July will be given to all Socail Pension beneﬁciaries in the month of March.
4.DISTRIBUTION OF PDS
The government has also decided that the PDS (Public Distribution System) ration holder will be sent to their home and they won’t have to collect it from the PDS centre.
5.DISTRIBUTION OF MDM Entitlement
As the state government had earlier declared closure of all schools in Subarnapur district to prevent spread of COVID-19, the government has made arrangements for distribution of rice in advance for three months towards mid-day meals. the parents of students of different schools were issued tokens for the students from Class I to Class V, rice will be provided 3 kg per child per month and all together 9 kg for coming three months and for students from Class VI to Class VIII, who will be given rice of 4.5 kg per student per month and all together 13.5 kg for coming months, that is April, May and June.
6.FREE FOOD DISTRIBUTION
Free foods are to be distributed to the most Old age person ,Sicks and Home less families covering all location of this district.
7.TELE Medicine Facility
Now patients can get medical consultation over Call/WhatsApp at their home