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全球抗疫英雄谱——奋战在国际抗击新冠肺炎(COVID-19)一线的医护人员

时间:2020-06-28 16:12:19 来源:中国留学人才发展基金会 作者:宣传联络部

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印度新德里首席部长阿文德·凯里沃(Arvind Kejriwal):抗击新冠肺炎疫情的五项武器

 

 

6月27日印度德里首席部长阿文德·凯里沃(Arvind Kejriwal)在讲话中表示,德里政府每进行近20000次新冠肺炎检测是该国进行检测数量最多的地区,政府还新冠肺炎患者提供了13500张病床。他还介绍了德里政府为应对患者数量上升而实施的五项措施

凯里沃表示,政府工作人员对每条街道的住户都进行了检测他承认政府对患者数量在第一次放宽限制措施后出现激增感到惊讶。他通过一段简短的视频告诉当地人民:“我们有预感,患者数量在放宽限制措施后有所增加,但是患者数量的增长超出了我们的预期。我们有两种选择是继续实施封闭措施,二是与病毒斗争。但是,我们必然会在某个时候取消封闭措施,因此我们决定与病毒斗争。我们决定了五项用于抗击冠状病毒的武器,第一项就是增加医院病床的数量。我们将一些私人和政府运营的医院指定新冠肺炎定点医院,增加了3500张病床。现在,所有医院40%病床将预留给新冠肺炎患者”他说。

这位首席部长表示,位于德里南部的拉德哈索米宗教中心还会为新冠肺炎患者提供另外2000张床位,该中心面积为12.5万平方英尺,可容纳10000张床位。除医院之外,政府还接管了该市的酒店和宴会厅,作为新冠肺炎临时救治点与此同时,政府正在努力建设更多新冠肺炎检测实验室为所有氧气水平低于95的在家隔离患者提供血氧仪。

凯里沃提到的其他要点分别是采用血浆疗法,以及进行一场“广泛且彻底的筛查”,以尽快识别隔离新冠肺炎患者。“德里是印度第一个尝试血浆疗法的地区这种疗法或许无法帮助病危患者,但中等症状的患者有效。我们会对德里的每家每户都进行调查,以确定病毒集中在哪些区域,然后决定如何对抗这种病毒。”他说

这项“广泛的”调查6月27开始,是一次横跨德里各区的,覆盖各个年龄段不同性别居民的血清调查。血清调查主要用于监视,可以帮助政府了解人们对新型冠状病毒免疫情况

凯里沃表示,“在这些有力步骤结束后,德里将会战胜冠状病毒

目前,德里政府正在与新冠肺炎患者数量的大规模激增作斗争,过去每天都有3000例新病例。6月26日,政府宣布了3600例新病例,病例总数超过77000例。凯里沃联邦内政大臣阿米特·沙阿Amit Shah举行一系列会议,采取多项措施,还指定503节改装的的火车车厢作为轻度症状患者的隔离病房。德里政府表示,将在7月6日之前对德里每家每户进行筛查,以识别隔离所有新冠肺炎患者

 

 

 

The 5 Weapons In Delhi's Fight Against COVID. Arvind Kejriwal Explains

 

The Delhi government is conducting nearly 20,000 COVID-19 tests per day, the most in the country, and has 13,500 hospital beds for those infected by the virus, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said Saturday morning while outlining a five-pronged response to the rising tide of cases in the city. 

Declaring "hum gali gali mein test karte hain (we're testing in every street)", Mr Kejriwal also admitted his government had been surprised by the rate of increase in cases after "Unlock1", the first post-lockdown phase, which came into effect on June 8. 

"We had anticipated that post lockdown cases will rise but they increased more than we expected. We had two options. One was to extend lockdown. The second was to fight the virus. The lockdown had to end at some time, so we decided to fight," Mr Kejriwal told Delhi residents in a brief video message. 

"We decided on five weapons to fight coronavirus. First was to increase number of hospital beds. By declaring some private and government-run hospitals as COVID-dedicated centres we added 3,500 beds. Now 40 per cent of all hospital beds will be reserved for coronavirus patients," he said. 

The Chief Minister said a further 2,000 beds were available at a temporary COVID-19 facility in south Delhi - the Radha Soami Spiritual Centre, a 12.5 lakh square feet space that will have 10,000 beds. 

In addition to hospitals the government has taken over hotels and banquet rooms in the city, despite objections from some owners, to act as temporary COVID-19 care facilities the Chief Minister said. 

Mr Kejriwal also said his government was working to increase the number of COVID-19 testing labs and would provide oximeters (a small device used to monitor oxygen in the blood) to all those in home isolation whose oxygen levels had dropped below 95. 

Other points mentioned by the Chief Minister were plasma therapy and an "extensive and exhaustive screening" process to identify and isolate COVID-19 patients as soon as possible. 

"Delhi was the first to try plasma therapy. They may not help those who are in a critical condition but are effective on those who have moderate symptoms," he said, adding, "We will take it (the survey) to every home in Delhi to see where the coronavirus is and then decide how to tackle the virus". 

The "extensive" survey started today - a serological survey across a cross-section of Delhi districts and spanning men and women of all ages. Serology (antibody) tests are largely used for surveillance and can reveal insights on immunity against the novel coronavirus. 

"All I can say is that at the end of these robust steps, Delhi will win and coronavirus will lose," Mr Kejriwal said. 

Delhi is battling a massive surge in COVID-19 cases, with over 3,000 new cases reported in each of the past three days; on Friday 3,600 new cases were reported, taking the total number past 77,000. 

The spike in cases led to the government scrambling to find enough beds and ventilators (machines to temporarily take over the body's breathing process in case of respiratory difficulty). It also led to a scathing reprimand from the Supreme Court, which said it was "horrendous, pathetic and horrific". 

In its observations the top court also questioned the Delhi government over the fall in daily testing, pointing out that Mumbai and Chennai, two similarly affected cities, had more than doubled their tests. 

Following the top court's remarks Mr Kejriwal and Union Home Minister Amit Shah held a series of meetings that led to several measures being taken, including the dispatch of 503 specially-fitted railway coaches to act as COVID-19 centres for people with mild to moderate symptoms. 

The Delhi government has also said that it will screen every house in Delhi by July 6 to identify and isolate all COVID-19 cases. 

Across India the number of coronavirus cases has crossed five lakh, with over 18,000 reported on Friday, Health Ministry data showed this morning. The country remains the fourth worst-affected by the virus, with only the United States, Brazil and Russia faring worse. 

 

 

来源:NDTV, The Economic Times

 

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