Bhopal: The Madhya Pradesh government will use pulse oximeters in every locality and colony in urban areas across the state to enhance survey and screening of people for the coronavirus disease (Covid-19), a government press release said.
A pulse oximeter is a device for measuring the oxygen saturation of arterial blood in the body.
According to the official release, chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has said the supply of pulse oximeters at mohalla and colony level is being considered for the control of Covid-19 to make survey work easier.
“It will prove to be of help to rush any person found with disease symptoms to the health centre immediately for treatment. The general public will be made partners in corona control along with the administration,” the release said quoting the chief minister.
The chief minister said that order to make the general public aware of the importance of social distancing, conscious representatives will be selected from the public and given the responsibility.
“In order to free our state, the country and the whole world from corona, collective efforts are must, so that all of us can live a normal life, I would like to say to the people of the state that even God helps those who help themselves,” Chouhan said.
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