April 15, 2021


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Infection and death can be out of control if instructions are not followed: Health Minister

Health and Family Welfare Minister Zahid Malek said when the lockdown would need to be lifted; The government will take that decision at the right time. If these government guidelines are not followed now, infection and death in Corona may become uncontrollable in the future.
The health minister made the remarks after inspecting the progress of work on the preparation and work of 200 new Corona ICU beds and 1,000 isolation beds at Dhaka North City Corporation (DNCC) Market Hospital in Mohakhali on Tuesday afternoon.

Zahid Malek said, ‘The government has announced a lockdown to control Corona. Earlier, the Prime Minister had given 17 important instructions. Now work is going on in all parts of the country including the capital Dhaka to prevent corona as per the government instructions. But somewhere in the country, there is a movement to lift the lockdown. ‘He said,’ At this moment, the government’s lockdown system was urgent, so the government has given. When the lockdown needs to be lifted, the government will make that decision. If these government guidelines are not followed now, both infection and death in Corona may become uncontrollable in the future.

The DNCC Market Hospital may be inaugurated in the next two weeks, the health minister said. He said that the 200 ICU beds being made in this hospital at the same time is rare in South Asia. In addition, there are 1000 new isolation beds. However, no matter how much the number of beds is increased, if people do not follow the hygiene rules, then nothing will come under control.

During the visit, new secretary of health department Lokman Hossain Mia, director general of health department ABM Khurshid Alam, director of the hospital Brigadier AT&M Nasir Uddin and others were present.

Khuku Begum, a resident of Meradia in the capital, has been suffering from fever for five days. There is a sore throat. With a happy cough. At first he thought he had a general fever. For this he was taking medicine to cure fever. But the fever did not go away. The cough did not go away happily. This time he has doubts. Corona was rushed to Mugda Medical College Hospital before 9 am for examination. Come and see, you have to take a ticket to give a sample of Corona. Long line of people to get that ticket. Khuku Begum stood in that line.

An hour passed, two hours passed, but he did not get the ticket. About three-and-a-half hours after arriving at the gate of the hospital, the officials concerned with the ticket informed Khuku Begum that she would not get the ticket for the corona sample today. Because tickets are all over.

Khuku was extremely angry when he heard the news that he would not get a ticket. In a despairing voice, he said, he stood in the sun for three and a half hours with his sick body suffering so much. Still did not get a ticket. If you had known in advance, you would not have received a ticket today. Then he would have gone home long ago.

Khuku Begum is not alone, 40-50 others like her could not get a ticket even after waiting for three hours in a row at Mugda Hospital. But they all stood in line for hours without maintaining the minimum physical distance.

Tickets have to be taken from the gate to give a sample of corona at Mugda Hospital. Those who get tickets go to the ground floor of the hospital and come with a sample of corona. The results were later announced via text message on the mobile phone.
According to Mugda Hospital authorities, 282 corona samples are collected every day.

Mizan Talukder is 55 years old. Driver by profession. He lives with his family in Jatrabari area of ​​the capital. I have a slight fever for three days. He took common medicine for fever, but the fever did not subside. So he decided to test Corona. Mugda reached the gate of the hospital in an autorickshaw at 9 am today. Stand in the ticket power line. But he did not get the ticket even after 12 noon. You can find out later, tickets will not be given today. Mizan Talukder became very angry.

Many others like him are extremely unhappy with the hospital authorities. They have only one thing to say, where it is difficult to get a car in the lockdown, they came at nine o’clock in the morning just to give a sample of the corona with higher rent. Waited for hours. This is harassment.

“It’s a really sad incident,” said Muhammad Nurul Islam, assistant director of Mugda Hospital. As the incidence of corona increased, so did the number of people taking the sample. We collect only 262 samples every day. Some people go back every day. However, the next day they were given the opportunity to give samples on a priority basis. Registration is being introduced from tomorrow to stop this harassment. Those who provide samples will call the mobile phone used in the hospital’s telemedicine services. Their names will be listed. When, when to give the sample, it will be informed on the mobile phone.