CS visits Golconda Area Hospital, inspects vaccination drive

Hyderabad: Telangana chief secretary Somesh Kumar on Saturday said that people can avail of the second dose of the COVID-19 vaccines at any government hospitals and health centers in nearby areas. He said that during an inspection of the Golconda Area Hospital with officials and informed that the second dose can be taken by May 10 to 12 as per norms followed by the first dose.

The chief secretary interacted with patients on the health services and flawless facilities. He said that 129 mire beds to be added to the hospital in 15 days. Somesh Kumar directed health department officials and staff not to deny treatment and services to any patients whether Corona or general patients.

“We are aimed at offering hassle free health services and treatment,” he said. Somesh Kumar said that chief minister K Chandrasekhar Rao has asked for a hassle-free mechanism to offer vaccines for the second dose in all districts. As a result, we have intensified the treatment and health services and ensure timely treatment Somesh said.

As per KCR’s directions, the officials concerned should coordinate and ensure the speedy and friendly treatment to the Corona patients. We aim to break the Corona chain and infections by people cooperation who have to follow Corona protocols. The Chief Secretary with Senior officials visited Golconda Area Hospital. 

The officials’ team inspected the second dose of vaccination drive at the hospital and interacted with the patients came for 2nd dose of vaccination. 

In a press release, he said  that people expressed their happiness for the good arrangements made for vaccination.  They informed that vaccination is taking a maximum time of 15 minutes and with 30 minutes of observation time and they are able to return back to their houses  in 40-45 minutes in total and it is hassle free. 

The people who have taken their 1st dose can go to any government vaccination centre on May 10, 11, 12 for their 2nd  dose. The Chief Secretary also inspected the wards which are getting oxygen pipelined facility. Shortly 100 beds with oxygen supply will be available, he added.

As per the instructions of the chief minister, a new floor is being added where 120 beds will be made available which will take three weeks. The work is commenced and under progress. The Chief Secretary also interacted with the superintendent, RMO and all the doctors of the hospital and motivated them for their commendable  services.           

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