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Legal framework

The Central Government /State Government should review the existing legal instruments that provide legal support to implement the containment plan. Some of the Acts/ Rules for consideration could be
(i) Disaster Management Act (2005)
(ii) Epidemic Act (1897)
(iii) Cr.PC and
(iv) State Specific Public Health Act.


The Home Ministry has delegated the powers under DM Act, 2005 [ Section 10 sub-section 2  clauses (i) and (l)] to Secretary (Health and Family Welfare) to act in such a way to contain or 
control the outbreak.
States may invoke the provisions under DM Act,2005 or under the Epidemic Act,1897 to delegate powers to identified authority to act in such a manner to control or contain the outbreak. 


Indian Penal Code under sections 270 provides power to act against those indulging in spread
of disease.Section 144 of the Code of Criminal Procedure, when invoked, prohibits gathering 
of people.

 Corona call centers
& transportation of patient
(T1 & T3)

  • Ref.1:  -Guidance for sample Collection, Packaging and Transportation for Novel Corona virus (24-01-2020). PDF!
  • Ref.2 - Guidelines for Infection Prevention and Control in Healthcare Facilities(25-01-2020) . PDF!
  • Ref.3- SOP for transporting a suspect/confiremed case of COVID-19. (29-03-2020).PDF!
  • Ref.4-  Guidelines on rational use of personal protective equipment(24-03-2020) .PDF!
  • Ref.5- Guidelines to be followed on detection of suspect or confirmed COVID-19 case in a non-COVID Health Facility (20.04.2020).PDF!
Toll free 24/7 numbers of 104, 08662410978, +91-11-23978046 & 1075 etc 
Receiving the calls and transportation of the patient based on clinical condition as per 3.1 of SOP;
Causality medical officer of the referring hospital has to ensure that bed is available with referral hospital with supporting equipment as per 3.2 of SOP;
Assign the job to nearest ambulance with facilities at strategic location as per 3.3 of SOP;
On receiving the call, Emergency medical technician (EMT) will perform his duties prior to shifting of the patient as per 3.5, 3.6 and handover the patient to the hospital as per 3.7 of SOP; 
Disinfection of the ambulance will be done as per 3.8 of SOP;
In addition to above, strictly adhere to the other given activities concerned to your department as mentioned in Go’s/rules/guidelines of the local District/State/Central authorities .

DM & HQ office

  • Ref.1:- Guidance for sample Collection, Packaging and Transportation for Novel Coronavirus(24-01-2020) PDF!
  • Ref.2:- Guidelines for Infection Prevention and Control in Healthcare Facilities (25-01-2020) PDF!
  • Ref.3:-  ICMR strategy for COVID-19 testing in India(09-03-2020) PDF!
  • Ref.4:-  Guidelines on Dead Body Management (15-03-2020) PDF!
  • Ref.5:- Revised Guidelines/Strategy for COVID-19 testing by Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) (15-03-2020) PDF!
  • Ref.6:- SOP for Mock Drill on 22nd March 2020 for Hospital Preparedness (15-03-2020) PDF!
  • Ref.7:- Updated Guidelines on Clinical Management of COVID-19 (17-03-2020) PDF!
  • Ref.8:- Discharge policy for suspect or confirmed Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV) cases(17-03-2020) PDF!
  • Ref.9:- Guidelines for notifying COVID-19 affected persons by Private Institutions(17-03-2020) PDF! 
  • Ref.10:- Latest Testing Guidelines of Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR)(17-03-2020) PDF!
  • Ref.11:- Advisory for Hospitals and Medical Institutions (20-03-2020)  PDF!
  • Ref.12:- Notification of ICMR guidelines for COVID-19 testing in private laboratories in India(22-03-2020) PDF!
  • Ref.13:- Advisory on the use of Hydroxy-chloroquin as prophylaxis for SARS-CoV-2 infection (23-03-2020) PDF!
  • Ref.14:- Guidelines on rational use of Personal Protective Equipment (24-03-2020) PDF!
  • Ref.15:- Letter from Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Food & Public Distribution to States to take appropriate measures to ensure the availability of Ethyl Alcohol/Ethanol/ENA to the manufacturers of hand sanitizers in order to contain Corona Virus COVID- 19 (24-03-2020) PDF!
  • Ref.16:- Telemedicine Practice Guidelines(25-03-2020) PDF!
  • Ref.17:- Doorstep Delivery of Drugs to Consumers(26-03-2020) PDF!
  • Ref.18:- Webinar schedule of COVID-19 of AIIMS New Delhi(26- 03-2020) PDF!
  • Ref.19:- Gazette Notification - Hydroxychloroquine now a schedule H1 drug, can be sold on prescription only(26-03- 2020) PDF!
  • Ref.20:- 0ffice Order-CGHS-Guidelines in View of COVID-19 (27¬03-2020) PDF!
  • Ref.21:- Office Order-CGHS-Guidelines in view of the Corona Virus (COVID-19) Infection-issue of medicines (27-03-2020) PDF!
  • Ref.22:- 0ffice Memorandum-CGHS-Reimbursement of OPD Medicines Special Sanction in view of COVID-19 (27-03-2020) PDF!
  • Ref.23:- SOP for allocation of Residents/PG Students and Nursing Students as part of hospital management of COVID¬19(27-03-2020) PDF!
  • Ref.24:-Operating Procedure (SOP) for transporting a suspect/confirmed case of COVID-19(29-03-2020) PDF!
  • Ref.25:- Essential Technical Features for Ventilator for COVID¬19 (31-03-2020) PDF!
  • Ref.26:- Revised National Clinical Management Guidelines for COVID-19 (31-03-2020) PDF!
  • Ref.27:- Advisory & Strategy for Use of Rapid Antibody Based Blood Test (05-04-2020) PDF!
  • Ref.28:- Guidelines for Quarantine facilities COVID-19 (05.04.2020) PDF!
  • Ref.29:- Guidelines for Handling, Treatment and Disposal of Waste Generated during Treatment/Diagnosis/ Quarantine of COVID-19 Patients (05.04.2020) PDF!
  • Ref.30:- Guidance document on appropriate management of suspect/confirmed cases of COVID-19 - Types of Covid-19 dedicated facilities (07.04.2020) PDF!
  • Ref.31:-  Revised Guidelines for Dialysis of COVID – 19 patients (07.04.2020) PDF!
  • Ref.32:- Advisory for Voluntary Blood Donation during COVID- 19 scenario (09.04.2020) PDF!
  • Ref.33:- Ref 26: Guidelines to be followed on detection of suspect or confirmed COVID-19 case in a non-COVID Health Facility (20.04.2020).PDF!



Training

  • Ref.1:  -Webinar schedule for Nursing officers training of COVID-19 in AIIMS New Delhi (28-03-2020 ) PDF!
  • Ref.2 - Webinar series for Epidemiology, Infection Control, Clinical Management and Nursing of COVID-19 by AIIMS New Delhi (30-03-2020) PDF!
  • Ref.3- Training Resources (30-03¬2020) PDF!
  • Ref.4-  Revised Webinar schedule of COVID-19 of AIIMS New Delhi-(31¬03-2020).PDF!
  • Ref.5- Video on use of PPE in different areas of the hospital (08.04.2020) .PDF!

Clinical Labs /  Hospitals / Other medical Units 

 

⦁ Report opening or operation of COVID-19 sample collection centers and labs to concerned SPCB. Guidelines given at section (a) for isolation wards should be applied suitably in case of test centres and laboratories also.






 

Strictly adhere the guidelines provided by CPCB and send reports to SPCBs/PCCs




 

Shall maintain records of COVID-19
details in respective states.
• In addition to above, strictly adhere to the other given activities concerned to your department as mentioned in Go's/rules/guidelines of the local District/State/Central authorities. 

 

• Establishing COVID-19 wards.
• Resource planning
• Admitting the patient and collection of sample.
• In case of positive, treat them.
• Adequate mobilization of the doctors, nurses and other medical staff.
• Safe handling and disposal of biomedical waste generated during
treatment by strictly following BMWM rules, 2016 as amended and CPCB guidelines
• Collect and store biomedical waste separately prior to handing over the same to CBWTF . 

 

Strictly adhere the guidelines provided by CPCB and send reports to SPCBs/PCCs

  

Shall maintain records of COVID 19
details in respective states.
In addition to above, strictly adhere to the other given activities concerned to your department as mentioned in Go's/rules/guidelines of the local District/State/Central authorities. 

 

⦁ strictly follow the biomedical waste norms as prescribed by CPCB.





 

Strictly adhere the guidelines provided by CPCB and send reports to SPCBs/PCCs




 

Shall maintain records of COVID-19
details in respective states.
• In addition to above, strictly adhere to the other given activities concerned to your department as mentioned in Go's/rules/guidelines of the local District/State/Central authorities.

 

                                                        TeleMedicine PDF

 

Strictly adhere the guidelines provided by CPCB and send reports to SPCBs/PCCs

  

Shall maintain records of COVID 19
details in respective states.
In addition to above, strictly adhere to the other given activities concerned to your department as mentioned in Go's/rules/guidelines of the local District/State/Central authorities. 

Policing

  • Ref.1:- Guidance on Surveillance for human infection with 2019-nCoV (25-01-2020) PDF!
  • Ref.2:- Advisory - Mass Gatherings (05-03-2020) PDF!
  • Ref.3:-  Cabinet Secretary DO letter dated 8th March, 2020 to all Government of India Ministries on COVID19 management(09-03-2020) PDF!
  • Ref.4:-  Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) for COVID-19 Management- International Cruise Ships at major Indian Ports(10-03-2020) PDF!
  • Ref.5:- Invoking powers under Disaster Management Act 2005(11-03-2020)  PDF!
  • Ref.6:- DoPT OM - Preventive measures to be taken to contain the spread of Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) (18-03-2020) PDF!
  • Ref.7:- Directives from MoHRD for all Educational Institutions and Examination Boards regarding precautions to be taken in light of COVID-19 (18-032020) PDF!
  • Ref.8:- DO Letter from Secretary, DoHFW to State Chief Secretaries regarding Social Distancing Measures(18-03-2020)  PDF!
  • Ref.9:- Instructions to all major and minor ports for dealing with(COVID-19) pandemic(20-03-2020) PDF! 
  • Ref.10:- D.O. Letter from Cabinet Secretary to Chief Secretaries for management and containment of COVID-19 dated 22.03.2020 PDF!
  • Ref.11:- D.O. Letter 2 from Cabinet Secretary to Chief Secretaries for management and containment of COVID-19 dated 24.03.2020  PDF!
  • Ref.12:- Guidelines on rational use of personal protective equipment (24.03.2020)  PDF!
  • Ref.13:- D.O. Letter from Secretary Shipping to States for smooth carrying of goods to & from ports PDF!
  • Ref.14:- Letter 2 from Cabinet Secretary to Chief Secretaries for management and containment of COVID-19 dated 24.03.2020 PDF!
  • Ref.15:- Annexure to Ministry of Home Affairs Order No. 40-3/2020-D Dated 24-3-2020. PDF!
  • Ref.16:- D.O. Letter from Cabinet Secretary to Chief Secretaries for management and containment of COVID-19 dated 26.03.2020 PDF!
  • Ref.17:- Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) for transporting a suspect/confirmed case of COVID19(29-03-2020) PDF!
  • Ref.18:- D.O Letter from Home Secretary to all Secretaries of Government Of India on movement of Goods dated 29.03.2020 PDF!
Traffic management and control
Public movement
Border control
Enforcement of the Government orders .
 CC camera monitoring and linkage to city command control.

Ensuring effective tracing and tracking of all foreign travelers & domestic corona victims from time to time and follow up on daily basis for a period of 14 days for strict home quarantine or shifted to quarantine centers under the supervision of supervisoryofficer.

Strictly following time to time guidelines of MOH & FW ,District authorities, and SP.
In addition to above, strictly adhere to the other given activities concerned to your department as mentioned in Go’s/rules/guidelines of the local District/State/Central authorities .
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Designated Supervisory office

  • Ref.1:- Guidance on Surveillance for human infection with 2019-nCoV (25-01-2020) PDF!
  • Ref.2:- Advisory - Mass Gatherings (05-03-2020) PDF!
  • Ref.3:-  Cabinet Secretary DO letter dated 8th March, 2020 to all Government of India Ministries on COVID19 management(09-03-2020) PDF!
  • Ref.4:-  Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) for COVID-19 Management- International Cruise Ships at major Indian Ports(10-03-2020) PDF!
  • Ref.5:- Invoking powers under Disaster Management Act 2005(11-03-2020)  PDF!
  • Ref.6:- DoPT OM - Preventive measures to be taken to contain the spread of Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) (18-03-2020) PDF!
  • Ref.7:- Directives from MoHRD for all Educational Institutions and Examination Boards regarding precautions to be taken in light of COVID-19 (18-032020) PDF!
  • Ref.8:- DO Letter from Secretary, DoHFW to State Chief Secretaries regarding Social Distancing Measures(18-03-2020)  PDF!
  • Ref.9:- Instructions to all major and minor ports for dealing with(COVID-19) pandemic(20-03-2020) PDF! 
  • Ref.10:- D.O. Letter from Cabinet Secretary to Chief Secretaries for management and containment of COVID-19 dated 22.03.2020 PDF!
  • Ref.11:- D.O. Letter 2 from Cabinet Secretary to Chief Secretaries for management and containment of COVID-19 dated 24.03.2020  PDF!
  • Ref.12:- Micro Plan for Containing Local Transmission of Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) issued by MOH & FW.(24.03.2020) PDF!
  • Ref.13:- D.O. Letter from Secretary Shipping to States for smooth carrying of goods to & from ports PDF!
  • Ref.14:- Letter 2 from Cabinet Secretary to Chief Secretaries for management and containment of COVID-19 dated 24.03.2020 PDF!
  • Ref.15:- Annexure to Ministry of Home Affairs Order No. 40-3/2020-D Dated 24-3-2020. PDF!
  • Ref.16:- D.O. Letter from Cabinet Secretary to Chief Secretaries for management and containment of COVID-19 dated 26.03.2020 PDF!
  • Ref.17:- Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) for transporting a suspect/confirmed case of COVID19(29-03-2020) PDF!
  • Ref.18:- D.O Letter from Home Secretary to all Secretaries of Government Of India on movement of Goods dated 29.03.2020 PDF!
  • Ref.19:- Environmental and Social CommitmentPlan (ESCP) - India COVID-19 Emergency Response and Health Systems Preparedness Project (P173836) (31-03-2020) PDF!
  • Ref.20:- Preliminary Stakeholder Engagement Plan (SEP) – India COVID-19 Emergency Response and Health Systems Preparedness Project (P173836)  (31-03-2020) PDF!
  • Ref.21:- Advisory for quarantine of migrant workers (31-03-2020) PDF!
  • Ref.22:- Containment Plan for Large Outbreaks of COVID-19 (04.04.2020) PDF!
  • Ref.23:- Guidelines for Quarantine facilities COVID-19 (05.04.2020) PDF!
  • Ref.24:- Guidance document on appropriate management of suspect/confirmed cases of COVID-19 - Types of Covid-19 dedicated facilities (07.04.2020) PDF!
  • Ref.25:-  Updated Containment Plan for Large Outbreaks of COVID-19 (17.04.2020) PDF!
Creating Public awareness.
Marking of the COVID infected areas and red zones in case of severity.
In coordination with marketing department, calculating the queue carrying capacities in vegetable markets, Supermarkets and other essential  services. 
Ensure the guidelines issued by MOH & FW/ State government/District  Authorities 
Door to Door campaigning and ensuring sufficient PPE and provide to PH workers and ward wise supervisory staff.
 Mapping of the effected area, demographic details. 
Demarcate of 3km radius area around the epicenter
5km radius buffer zone (7km in case of rural)
Ensuring about ULBs action Plan in containment zones.
In coordination with sanitation division, special drives to be taken at all public places, viz .,Hospitals, quarantines centers, markets, schools, community toilets, bus stops, etc.Strictly enforce the CPCB guidelines on  biomedical waste generated from hospitals, quarantine centers, home quarantines etc, and hand over to authorised agencies in order to dispose the biomedical waste.
Forming of rapid response teams(RRT)
 Interact with medical and health department and police departments for better coordination between ULB and line departments. 
Ensuring effective tracing and tracking of all foreign travelers & domestic corona victims from time to time and follow up on daily basis for a period of 14 days for strict home quarantine or shifted to quarantine centers
Ensure sufficient disinfectant materials are available in the ULB such as bleaching powder, Sodium hypo chloride solution, Cresol, etc.  
Ensure that 24/7 control rooms to monitor the surveillance operation of tracing and tracking teams.
 Micro planning of COVID-19 as per MOH & FW guidelines in coordination with engineering departments and other line departments. Update day to day MIS information can be sent to command control Cl and district administration and other task force as specified by the state government and central government authorities
⦁ In addition to above, strictly adhere to the other given activities concerned to your department as mentioned in Go's/rules/guidelines of the local District/State/Central authorities

Sanitation

  • Ref.1:- Guidance for sample Collection, Packaging and Transportation for Novel Coronavirus (24-01-2020) PDF!
  • Ref.2:- Guidelines on Dead Body Management(15-03- 2020). PDF!
  • Ref.3:- Guidelines on rational use of personal protective equipment(24-03-2020) PDF!
  • Ref.4:-  COVID-19 Guidelines on disinfection of common public places including offices.(29- 03-2020). PDF!
  • Ref.5:- Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) for transporting a suspect/confirmed case of COVID-19(29-03-2020)  PDF!
  • Ref.6:- Guidelines for handling treatment and disposal of waste generated during treatment/ diagnosis /Quarantine of COVID-19 patients  PDF!
  • Ref.7:- Advisory against spraying of disinfectant on people for COVID-19 management (18.04.2020)  PDF!
Conducting sanitation works like spraying, isolating of COVID influenced areas.
Community toilets
In coordination with Supervisory officer, special drives to be taken at all public places, viz .,Hospitals, quarantines centers, markets, schools, community toilets, bus stops, etc.
 Maintain proper Environmental  Sanitation at ward level and keep ready sufficient stocks of disinfectants such as Bleaching Powder, Sodium Hypo Chloride, Crizol, etc.,
Keep all the fogging machines functional so as to take up fumigation.
Provide necessary Personal Protective  Equipment (PPE) such as Gloves, Masks, Aprons, Shoes, Goggles, etc., to the Public Health Workers who are attending environmental sanitation and in the areas where suspected home/street/colony in concerned area and also to the Ward Volunteers and other staff, who are in surveillance activities.
If any cases are identified in a particular  Ward, it has to be treated as a Containment Zone and the area around it as a buffer. Immediately take up disinfection and decontamination measures with the help of Medical & Health Department and in coordination with the District Administration implement necessary entry restriction and home isolation protocols within the zones.
Strictly enforce the CPCB guidelines on  biomedical waste generated from hospitals, quarantine centers, home quarantines etc, and hand over to authorised agencies in order to dispose the biomedical waste.
Domestic waste should not be mixed with medical waste
 Strictly follow the guidelines on usage of disinfectant. 
 In addition to above, strictly adhere to  the other given activities concerned to your department as mentioned in Go’s/rules/guidelines of the local District/State/Central authorities .

Marketing

  • Ref.1:- Advisory - Mass Gatherings(05-03-2020). PDF!
  • Ref.2:- Cabinet Secretary DO letter dated 8th March, 2020 to all  Government of India Ministries on COVID-19 management (09-03-2020) PDF!
  • Ref.3:- Invoking powers under Disaster Management Act 2005 (11- 03-2020). PDF!
  • Ref.4:-  Gazette Notification - Essential Commodities Order, 2020 - with regards to Masks and Hand Sanitizers (13-03-2020) PDF!
  • Ref.5:- Norms of assistance from State Disaster Response Fund (SDRF) in wake of COVID-19 outbreak (14-03-2020)  PDF!
  • Ref.6:- Advisory - Social Distancing(16-03-2020)  PDF!
  • Ref.7:- DO Letter from Secretary, DoHFW to State Chief Secretaries regarding Social Distancing Measures (18-03-2020) PDF!
  • Ref.8:-  Letter from Department of Food & Public Distribution regarding Hand Sanitizer Production and Availability(19-03- 2020) PDF!
  • Ref.9:- D.O. Letter from Cabinet Secretary to Chief Secretaries for management and containment of COVID-19 dated 24.03.2020 PDF! 
  • Ref.10:- D.O. Letter from Secretary Shipping to States for smooth carrying of goods to & from ports (24-03-2020) PDF!
  • Ref.11:- D.O Letter from Home Secretary to all Secretaries of Government Of India on movement of Goods dated 29.03.2020 PDF!
  • Ref.12:- Guidelines on rational use of personal protective equipment PDF!
Marketing and procurement of  all essential items and disinfectants as per the directions of the ULB
PDS systems and coordination with civil supplies Dept.
Vegetables and other  commodities in coordination with ULBs.
 Coordinating with nearby  farmers and bringing the vegetables and necessary goods to designated locations of the ULBs.
In addition to above, strictly  adhere to the other given activities concerned to your department as mentioned in Go’s/rules/guidelines of the local District/State/Central authorities .
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Engineering

  • Ref.1:- Guidance for sample Collection, Packaging and Transportation for Novel Coronavirus (24-01-2020). PDF!
  • Ref.2:- Guidelines on Dead Body Management(15-03- 2020). PDF!
  • Ref.3:- Guidelines on rational use of personal protective equipment(24-03-2020). PDF!
  • Ref.4:-  COVID-19 Guidelines on disinfection of common public places including offices.(29-03-2020). PDF!
  • Ref.5:- Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) for transporting a suspect/confirmed case of COVID-19(29-03-2020)  PDF!
  • Ref.6:- Guidelines for handling treatment and disposal of  waste generated during treatment/ diagnosis /Quarantine of COVID-19 patients  PDF!
Ensure quality of drinking water  supply and proper chlorination level even at tail points
Provide 24/7 water supply at COVID  hospitals, Clinics, Community toilets and other important COVID-19 impact areas.
Underground drainage system. 
Special focus on the staff working at STP’s by providing PPE.
Storm water drains
In case of open defecation, care hasto be taken on the near by waterbodies,storm water drains. 
Street lighting , 
Other infrastructure facilities
Preparing the COVID-19 mitigation plans in coordination with all linedepartments and assisting the supervisory officer. 
Assisting supervisory officer for the  preparation of Micro planning of COVID-19 as per MOH & FW guidelines in coordination with other line departments. Update day to day MIS information can be sent to command control C1 and district administration and other task force as specified by the state government and central government authorities through supervisory officer.
 In addition to above, strictly adhere  to the other given activities concerned to your department as mentioned in Go’s/rules/guidelines of the local District/State/Central authorities.

Electricity Department

  • Ref.1:  - Guidelines on rational use of personal protective equipment. PDF!
Provide 24/7 electricity distribution  for medical hospitals, COVID-19   effected areas and other essential services without interruption.
Mobilization of Mobile DG sets for power generation at hospitals and important areas.
In addition to above, strictly adhere to  the other given activities concerned to your department as mentioned in Go’s/rules/guidelines of the local District/State/Central authorities . 
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Fire and Disaster

  • Ref.1:  - Guidelines on rational use of personal protective equipment.. PDF!
In Coordination with sanitation  dept. make fire hydrants available for streets spraying.

Public Representatives


  • Ref.2 -Guidelines on rational use of personal protective equipment. PDF!
Actively promoting the public  awareness programs at the ward  level, ULB level, assembly  constituency level. 
Linkage between public and  implementing authorities 

Allocate the MLA,MP grants for COVID-19 works.

To propagate the donors to donate the funds to prime minister relief and CM COVID-19 funds.
In addition to above, strictly adhere to the other given activities concerned to your department as mentioned in Go’s/rules/guidelines of the local District/State/Central authorities 
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Mass Media  


  • Ref.2 - Ref-2: Guidelines on rational use of personal protective equipment. PDF!
Mass media is the key medium to  penetrate the COVID-19's information into  public and to conduct the health debates for successful implementation of the quarantine of the people & better implementation of CORONA mitigation  plan by the authority. 
 To propagate the donors to donate the  funds to prime minister relief and CM COVID-19 funds. 
 In addition to above, strictly adhere to the  other given activities concerned to your department as mentioned in Go’s/rules/guidelines of the local District/State/Central authorities

  • Ref.2 - Ref-2: Guidelines on rational use of personal protective equipment. PDF!
 In coordination with  municipal authorities,NGOs needs to organise food distribution to the needy people, animals, livestock,etc. 

 To propagate the donors to  donate the funds to prime minister relief and CM COVID-19 funds

IT & Technical Wings 

  • Ref.2 - Ref-2: Guidelines on rational use of personal protective equipment. PDF!
In Coordination with all the  Departments for successfull  implementation of COVID  dashboards, applications to  provide updated news and help  fact check the news by means of  Social media. 
Generating MIS reports for  implementing COVID-19  mitigation plan 
 In addition to above, strictly adhere to the other given activities concerned to your department as mentioned in Go’s/rules/guidelines of the local District/State/Central authorities

Task forces/District administration/State  
(S2) and Central Authorities
(T2 &T3)

Every state has its own set of guidelines and rules for  successful implementation  of COVI -19 inline with the  MOH & FW guidelines..


Institutional mechanisms and Inter-sectoral Co-ordination


At the Union Government level

  1. The Group of Ministers (GoM) under the Chairmanship of Union Health Minister will be the apex body to take policy  decisions. The GoM will have Ministers of External Affairs, Civil Aviation, Shipping, Pharmaceuticals, Home Ministry and option for co-opting any other Ministry. The Union Health Minister will have an advisory Group that will advise him on way forward. The Public Health Working Group under Secretary (H) and Joint Monitoring Group under DGHS will provide technical inputs.
  2. At the national level, the Cabinet Secretary/ National Crisis Management Committee (NCMC) / Committee of  Secretaries (CoS) will review the situation across the country and continue to direct the concerned Ministries to implement its directions . The co-ordination with health and non-health sectors will be managed by NCMC/ CoS, on issues, flagged by Ministry of Health.
  3. The scale of arrangement within the Ministry of health will be expanded with additional areas among the core  capacities assigned to various officers. If need be, there will be empowered group taking decisions for the core areas of work (planning-co-ordination, surveillance, laboratory support, hospital preparedness, human resource, logistics and data analysis). 

At the State level

  1. The Concerned State will activate State Crisis Management Committee or the State Disaster Management Authority, as the case may be to manage the clusters of COVID-19. District Collector would be the nodal person for all preparedness and response activities within his jurisdiction.
  2. District Collector will hold regular meetings with health functionaries, DDMA, Revenue, PWD, Forest, Education and Panchayati Raj/ Local Self Governance Departments where the containment plan will be finalized and  operationalized. These officials will issue directions to their ground level staff in all aspects of preparedness, control and containment in accordance with the Containment Plan and Guidelines. 
  3. District Collector would need to identify key issues (logistics, legal, technical and resources) and address them for implementing containment operations. He/she will keep ready all administrative orders for social distancing, restriction of rail/road/air transport, perimeter control and continuity of essential services. 
  4. In addition, a compendium of all the administrative orders required for enforcing the nonpharmaceutical interventions would be prepared well in advance and kept ready to be executed during response phase. 
  5. At the national level, the Cabinet Secretary/ National Crisis Management Committee (NCMC) / Committee of  Secretaries (CoS) will review the situation across the country and continue to direct the concerned Ministries to implement its directions . The co-ordination with health and non-health sectors will be managed by NCMC/ CoS, on issues, flagged by Ministry of Health.
  6. The scale of arrangement within the Ministry of health will be expanded with additional areas among the core  capacities assigned to various officers. If need be, there will be empowered group taking decisions for the core areas of work (planning-co-ordination, surveillance, laboratory support, hospital preparedness, human resource, logistics and data analysis). 

Emergency Medical Relief (EMR) division, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare will deploy the Central Rapid Response Team (RRT) to support and advice the State. The State will deploy its own State RRT and District RRT. Defining containment and buffer zones: The area under geographic quarantine will be defined. There shall be 

1

Containment zone, surrounded by

 

2

Buffer zone

 

Boundary for geographic quarantine will be defined based on :

1

Geospatial distribution of each cluster contained
 within

 

2

 Largest administrative unit containing all clusters occurring within a state (with a minimum of 1 district),

 

3

 Feasibility to implement strict interruption of movement of people,

 

4

 Joint assessment by State and Central
 RRTs

 

SCHEDULING

A


SHORT TERM (100 DAYS PLAN)


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B


MID TERM

It focuses on strenghtning of existing health systems to support prevention and
preparedness.

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LONG TERM

It focuses on strengthening the pandemic research and multi sector,national instituions and platforms for ONE HEALTH involving community engagement and risk communication etc. 

Mobirise

Aarogya Setu Mobile App

Aarogya Setu is a mobile application developed by the Government of India to connect essential health services with the people of India in our combined fight against COVID-19. The App is aimed at augmenting the initiatives of the Government of India, particularly the Department of Health, in proactively reaching out to and informing the users of the app regarding risks, best practices and relevant advisories pertaining to the containment of COVID-19.

Kreayotoo Website: 

http://kreayotoo.com/ 

Contacts Details 

India

Anand Sahu : +91 9868255122
(Delhi) 

Devi Meghana: +91 8897918005
(Hyderabad)

Sumanth Krishnan : +91 8939600939 
(Chennai) 

Vamsi Krishna : +91 7893997537
(Vijayawada)

USA 

Divya Shri : +1(425)445-8536

France 

Rahul: 00695648344