DU’s World University Service (W-US) Health Center has issued detailed guidelines for hostels. In which it is said that if a student has a cold cough, cold fever, pneumonia, body pain, etc., he should undergo RTPCR test immediately.
A large number of students are still present in the hostels of Delhi University. The struggle to save these students from Corona has started. DU’s World University Service (W-US) Health Center has issued detailed guidelines for hostels. In which it is said that if a student has a cold, cough, cold, fever pneumonia, body pain etc., then he should undergo RTPCR test immediately. RTPCR facility has been started at Vallabhbhai Patel Chest Institute.
Students can register for the test between nine to eleven in the morning by registering through the Aadhaar card and mobile number.
The W-US Health Center has asked to create emergency medical rooms in all hostels. So that students with corona symptoms can be kept under special supervision. Not only this, there is also talk of building an isolation center in the hostels.
Instructions have also been given to arrange for ten pulse oximeters, blood pressure testing machines, five oxygen concentrators.
The health center has also asked to keep adequate stocks of medicines effective in the treatment of coronas including Zincovit, Paracetamol, Limsey in DU hostels. So that if a student is ill, he can be treated in the hostel itself. A panel of 18 doctors has also been formed. DU has also released the name and mobile number of these doctors. Students have been asked to consult these doctors in emergency situation.
Advice on drinking hot water
DU Health Center has advised students to drink three liters of hot water per day. Eat citrus fruits and steam through the mouth and nose. DU said that vaccination facility has also been started at North-South Campus, Shivaji College.
Covid Care Center in Laxmibai College
Covid Care Center has been opened in Laxmibai College, Ashok Vihar Phase 2. The college administration said that it is not meant for serious patients. Only patients with mild symptoms will be admitted after medical examination. There is no arrangement of ICU here.