*CM instructed the DCs to raise the average vaccination coverage of the first and second dose to the level of state average by the end of the month in districts which are lagging below the state average.
*DCs, DHOs instructed to visit taluks and review distribution of medicines.Oversee the situation with all seriousness.
*Tele Triaging should be done immediately on receiving the Lab report.
*Precausions should be taken to ensure that the infection does not spread to other members of the family as about 94% of the infected are in home isolation. The other members of the family too should be tested and treatment provided, if necessary.
*’Vaidyara Nade Hallliyakade’ programme should be started to make Doctors and ANMs visit homes. A special SOP should be formulated for this.
*Instructions issued to strengthen private and government OPDs in Bengaluru and new OPDs should be opened according to the population density.
*Special SOPs to be formulated for vaccination and treatment of workers who are brought from other states to work in industries in Karnataka.
*Officials instructed to test and treat those in home isolation. Identify those with comorbidities for immediate treatment as the positivity rate is high in all districts.
*Greater emphasis for health checkup and treatment for children.
*Booster Vaccination drive for frontline workers and health workers.
*District Health Officers have been assigned the responsibility of preparing the list of those who have completed 90 days after getting vaccinated.
*As the testing is high in Karnataka, the cases too are high. But still we have succeeded in managing it. If the precautionary measures are good then the third wave could be managed well even if the cases see a rise, Chief Minister Bommai said.