DCM Ashwathnarayan to head reconstituted Covid Task Force

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Bengaluru, May 3: Chief Minister B S Yediyurappa has reconstituted the Covid-19 Task Force and appointed Deputy Chief Minister (DCM) Dr Ashwathnarayan C N as the chairperson of the same.

The Task Force has the objective of examining the measures taken to contain the surge of the pandemic and creating awareness among the public with regard to COVID-19 management.

Earlier, the Task Force was headed by Deputy Chief Minister and Minister for Public Works Govinda Karajola.

Primary and Secondary Education Minister Suresh Kumar S, Information and Public Relation Minister C C Patil and Health & Welfare and Medical Education Minister are the other members of the task force.

The Chief Secretary, Additional Chief Secretary (Department of Health & Family Welfare), Principal Secretary (Department of Medical Education) will assist in providing the relevant information to the task force.







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  • Pili, Mangalore

    Mon, May 03 2021

    Another bump..er to lead corona task force.

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Mon, May 03 2021

    He had One Full Year ...

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  • Robert, Mangalore

    Mon, May 03 2021

    After loss in Kerala where this DCM was party coordinator, no job. Too many chiefs, DCMS, no work done or development. Last one month stationed in Kerala. Cheers....

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  • Prakash, Mangalore

    Mon, May 03 2021

    Arrange Oxygen, ICU beds and save lives. Keep pending BJP Digital media, and photo shoot.

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  • Hilda Pinto, Mangalore/Attavar

    Mon, May 03 2021

    @ Monty doctor .true Sir .. What we see on these medias where leaders come snd give big promises appointment of task force, fast testing , awarness, Vaccination all for media coverage and publicity ..Ground reality is different . Health careworkers are working ( in fact overworked) Asha workers are trying to do thier job But they are not able to meet the needs .. Now the need of the time is treat the patients who really need treatment .All need not rush to the hospital .For that awareness and reasuurence is required .. When a ongoing pandemic is there we know any Resp infection with fever mylagia can be covid .assume that way and take rest ..testing may not be required .. Somebody need to asses when these infected people really need hospitalisation. ..Even social workers students social activist can be taken as volunteers .They have plan a strategy. Somehow Vaccination should be be monitored and there is need to see all get vaccinated .. But who can do all these .. I just hope that one more election they dont plan ..And all these task force mangers leave the people to thier fateny and go to manage the election campaigns.

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  • Monty Dotor, Mangalore

    Mon, May 03 2021

    After the house is on fire, start digging the well....

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  • Ajay Rebello, Kallianpur

    Mon, May 03 2021

    You have high expectations. This is just enpty bucket given from one person to next.

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