The rising cases of coronavirus in the capital Delhi have also put the Delhi government in trouble. A large number of positive cases are coming up in Delhi every day. The drive to conduct a door-to-door survey to identify and investigate people with Kovid-19 symptoms in densely populated areas and prohibited areas in the city was launched on Friday amid an increase in coronavirus cases in the national capital.
Asha Worker said that amidst an increase in COVID-19 cases in the national capital, a door-to-door survey has started for the identification of symmetric people. Asha worker said that if a person is suffering from fever, then we send them to nearby government centers for COVID-19 test.
The survey will be conducted from house to house
Officials said that the survey will be completed in 5 days and the health status of more than 57 lakh people in prohibited areas, densely populated areas, and areas with a high incidence of infection will be monitored under the survey. Delhi Health Minister Satyendra Jain said that the purpose of the survey is to identify and investigate people with symptoms in prohibited areas and dense areas.
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Daily survey of 50 houses per team
District officials said that teams of teachers, municipal employees, ASHA workers, and civil defense workers have been included in all prohibited areas and areas with a high incidence of infection. A District Magistrate said that all the rules will be followed to check all those with symptoms. The survey will be completed in 5 days. There are currently more than 4500 prohibited areas in Delhi. Around 9500 surveillance teams have been formed for a door-to-door survey. Each team has been targeted to survey 50 households daily.