Mission zero in eradicating vector-borne diseases
The state’s official spokesperson said the total number of AES and JE cases have also decreased over the period by 65% and 78%, respectively, due to the Yogi government’s ongoing campaign in encephalitis-prone counties, such as such as Gorakhpur, Deoria, Firozabad and Siddharth Nagar.
The state government has also set up state-of-the-art Pediatric Intensive Care Units (PICUs) in Gorakhpur and Deoria and is operating mobile medical units to provide better and faster care for children. people with these two diseases.
Diseases transmitted by Vectors
According to officials, the number of deaths from AES and JE decreased from 594 and 81 in 2017 to 58 and 4 in 2021, while the number of deaths fell from 4758 and 677 to 1664 and 148 respectively during the period.
Furthermore, the government plans to double the number of ambulances equipped with high-quality life support systems and to appoint 6,000 doctors and 10,000 paramedics shortly to improve health care. health in the state.
It also seeks to expand Jan Aushadhi Kendras’ network in the state so that people can buy drugs at a cheaper price.
The Yogi government has also made sufficient provision in its budget for the 2022-23 financial year to improve healthcare in the state.
It proposed Rs 5,395 crore to Rashtriya Gramin Swasthya Mission, Rs 1,300 to Ayushman Bharat Yojana, 142 crore to Ayushman Bharat Mukhya Mantri Jan Arogya Yojana, Rs 320 to Pradhan Mantri Matritva Vandana Yojre to build Rs diagnostic infrastructure for crojana primary healthcare facility, Rs 425 crore for Urban and Arogya Medical Center and Rs 54 crore to strengthen State Drug Control System.