Health protocols – Kalamkata http://kalamkata.org/ Mon, 22 Nov 2021 02:33:07 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.8 https://kalamkata.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/icon-120x120.jpg Health protocols – Kalamkata http://kalamkata.org/ 32 32 “Additional health protocols are necessary for the opening of schools” https://kalamkata.org/additional-health-protocols-are-necessary-for-the-opening-of-schools/ Sun, 21 Nov 2021 17:42:03 +0000 https://kalamkata.org/additional-health-protocols-are-necessary-for-the-opening-of-schools/ SCHOOL openings must also be accompanied by a vaccination program and contact tracing measures to ensure children, teachers and non-teaching staff are safe from Covid-19, economist says from De La Salle University (DLSU). In a guidance note titled “Education in the Time of Covid: Bridging Inequalities in Access to Opportunities,” DLSU School of Economics assistant […]]]>

SCHOOL openings must also be accompanied by a vaccination program and contact tracing measures to ensure children, teachers and non-teaching staff are safe from Covid-19, economist says from De La Salle University (DLSU).

In a guidance note titled “Education in the Time of Covid: Bridging Inequalities in Access to Opportunities,” DLSU School of Economics assistant professor Paulynne J. Castillo said that a school-based vaccination program and a community transmission surveillance system should be added to the health and safety protocols in schools.

Castillo said these programs would help keep schools open, especially those included in the Department of Education’s (DepEd) face-to-face learning pilot modality for a longer period. This will ensure that education losses associated with closures are avoided in the short to medium term.

“Ensuring that schools in these priority regions can keep their doors open longer despite the continued threat of Covid-19 could also be achieved by helping them set up school-based vaccination programs and surveillance systems. community transmission in schools, ”Castillo said. .

Castillo added that with public schools piloting face-to-face learning, the government should also promote immunization and tackle vaccine reluctance in communities through students and their families.

She said DepEd and the Department of Health (DOH) should conduct information campaigns that promote confidence in vaccines and institutionalize policies to support those participating in immunization programs.

These policies allow school personnel to go on sick leave and excuse students who are absent after receiving their vaccine doses. These types of policies have previously been recommended by the United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to the United States Department of Education.

In terms of monitoring Covid-19 transmissions, Castillo said, the country can adopt the color-coded matrix designed by the CDC to categorize community transmissions of Covid-19 based on the total number of new cases per 100,000 people in the country. over the past seven days.

Based on the system, she said schools in low transmission communities, sports and extracurricular activities will be allowed as long as participants observe at least six feet of physical distance.

In areas with moderate or high transmission, Castillo said schools can conduct screening or expanded testing for students at least once a week.

“Schools reopened in the Philippines – with help from DepEd, DOH and relevant local government units – can use a similar system as a basis to expand learning opportunities while protecting the health and safety of institutions and communities. to which they belong, ”Castillo said.

Castillo said school closures due to Covid-19 have resulted in a significant drop in enrollment, preventing 2.73 million students from studying in the 2020-2021 school year.

In order to respond to the problems created by online distance education and with the decline in Covid-19 cases, the government has decided to allow face-to-face lessons in 120 schools. This is made up of 100 public schools and 20 private schools as of November 15.


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DSWD urges public to follow health protocols during Christmas carols https://kalamkata.org/dswd-urges-public-to-follow-health-protocols-during-christmas-carols/ Fri, 19 Nov 2021 00:22:00 +0000 https://kalamkata.org/dswd-urges-public-to-follow-health-protocols-during-christmas-carols/ Image: www.dswd.gov.ph MANILA, Philippines – The Department of Welfare and Development (DSWS) on Friday urged the public to follow health protocols against COVID-19 during Christmas carols. The DSWD also stressed in a statement that children who will engage in Christmas carols should be supervised by their parents or guardians to ensure that they are following […]]]>

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MANILA, Philippines – The Department of Welfare and Development (DSWS) on Friday urged the public to follow health protocols against COVID-19 during Christmas carols.

The DSWD also stressed in a statement that children who will engage in Christmas carols should be supervised by their parents or guardians to ensure that they are following health protocols set by authorities in accordance with the alert level of their locality.

“To ensure a safe Christmas experience for children, the Department also encourages the public to organize gift giving activities or medical missions to activity centers, in coordination with LGUs (local government units) and other competent authorities to ensure compliance with minimum security protocols. Said the DSWD.

The agency noted that the public can also donate to DSWD centers and other organizations that help street children or can run charitable campaigns.

“The DSWD would also like to call on the LGUs to include in their guidelines that Christmas carols should be strictly conducted in safe areas within their barangays or communities and not along roads and main arteries,” the agency added. .

Christmas carols will be allowed in areas subject to COVID-19 alert level 2, according to the Home Office and Local Government. https://newsinfo.inquirer.net/1512983/christmas-caroling-allowed-in-areas-under-alert-level-2-dilg

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Businesses violating health protocols risk shutdown – DILG https://kalamkata.org/businesses-violating-health-protocols-risk-shutdown-dilg/ Wed, 17 Nov 2021 21:40:00 +0000 https://kalamkata.org/businesses-violating-health-protocols-risk-shutdown-dilg/ MANILA, Philippines – The government will suspend business permits and revoke “security seals” on establishments that fail to meet minimum public health standards, the Home and Local Government Department (DILG) warned on Wednesday. DILG Undersecretary Jonathan Malaya said the agency had received numerous complaints mainly about companies exceeding the operating capacity limit (50% indoors and […]]]>

MANILA, Philippines – The government will suspend business permits and revoke “security seals” on establishments that fail to meet minimum public health standards, the Home and Local Government Department (DILG) warned on Wednesday.

DILG Undersecretary Jonathan Malaya said the agency had received numerous complaints mainly about companies exceeding the operating capacity limit (50% indoors and 70% outdoors) and not respecting the rule that only fully vaccinated people can enter inside.

Malaysia added that many restaurants and stores also do not check the vaccination status of their customers.

He said the government would revoke their security seals and thus deprive them of the additional 10 percent operating capacity.

For repeat offenders, he said, the DILG would recommend revocation of their activity permits issued by host local government units (LGUs).

Vigilance

Malaysia called on LGUs and police to inspect more establishments to ensure compliance, urging local authorities to issue show cause orders if necessary.

He said people going to malls already had to be screened at entrances to see if they were heading to stores inside that required customers to be vaccinated.

People who have not been able to produce proof of vaccination should already be refused entry if they intend to dine at a restaurant in the mall.

The DILG urged the public to report erroneous business establishments through its public helplines 89250343, 89251144, 09274226300 and 09313849272.

Previously, the Taguig city government issued a warning to businesses, especially bars and restaurants located in Bonifacio Global City, about their lax enforcement of health protocols.

The mayor of Taguig, Lino Cayetano, said the town hall will check all closed-circuit television footage, customer logs of vaccination cards, social media posts and reports from affected citizens to determine the responsibility of establishments. or faulty owners.

Rules on minors

Regarding the entry of minors into shopping malls and similar establishments in the national capital region, Malaya said the chairman of the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority, Benhur Abalos, told him that a technical working group was already drafting the rules for the consideration of mayors.

He said some LGUs in Metro Manila have already issued their own relevant regulations. In the town of Parañaque, for example, the mayor has demanded that minors between the ages of 12 and 17 may only enter a shopping center if they are accompanied by a fully vaccinated adult.

Malaysia also clarified that the use of face shields would be based only on the alert level in effect.

For areas below Alert Level 5, face shields are still required, while for those below Alert Level 1, 2 and 3 it is voluntary in any setting. For level 4 zones, it is up to the LGU or an establishment to require face shields.

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Continue to follow health protocols to avoid resurgence of COVID-19, Duterte tells public https://kalamkata.org/continue-to-follow-health-protocols-to-avoid-resurgence-of-covid-19-duterte-tells-public/ Mon, 15 Nov 2021 17:09:00 +0000 https://kalamkata.org/continue-to-follow-health-protocols-to-avoid-resurgence-of-covid-19-duterte-tells-public/ This photo, which was taken on October 19, 2020, shows a sign reminding passengers of MRT Line 3 on North Avenue, Quezon City, to observe minimum sanitation protocols. (NIÑO JEUS ORBETA / Philippine Daily Inquirer file) MANILA, Philippines – Continue to follow government-established health protocols to avoid a new wave of COVID-19 cases, President Rodrigo […]]]>

This photo, which was taken on October 19, 2020, shows a sign reminding passengers of MRT Line 3 on North Avenue, Quezon City, to observe minimum sanitation protocols. (NIÑO JEUS ORBETA / Philippine Daily Inquirer file)

MANILA, Philippines – Continue to follow government-established health protocols to avoid a new wave of COVID-19 cases, President Rodrigo Duterte reminded the public in his recorded weekly speech which aired late Monday evening.

Duterte acknowledged the declining trend in COVID-19 cases nationwide, including the positivity rate and healthcare utilization.

“COVID-19 cases are on the decline. They descend everywhere [nationwide]. It’s up to us to really make sure they don’t increase again, ”he said, speaking in a mixture of Filipino and English.

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Duterte also noted how the economy was still able to improve in the third quarter of 2021 despite the lockdowns.

He also pointed out that the country’s vaccine supply has stabilized and encouraged Filipinos to get vaccinated.

He said he sees an improvement in Filipino lifestyles by Christmas and that the government should aim for minimal or no transmission of COVID-19.

“Our supply is pretty good. We are good, but it is not yet enough. But we still have a supply, ”he said.

“If I can have the cooperation of all Filipinos, our country will improve in one way or another and hopefully by Christmas we are targeting at least minimal or no spread of the virus. here in our country, ”he added.

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Compliance with health protocols is crucial despite low number of Covid-19 cases: working group https://kalamkata.org/compliance-with-health-protocols-is-crucial-despite-low-number-of-covid-19-cases-working-group/ https://kalamkata.org/compliance-with-health-protocols-is-crucial-despite-low-number-of-covid-19-cases-working-group/#respond Thu, 11 Nov 2021 00:33:11 +0000 https://kalamkata.org/compliance-with-health-protocols-is-crucial-despite-low-number-of-covid-19-cases-working-group/ TEMPO.CO, Jakarta – The Covid-19 On Wednesday, the task force addressed the drop in coronavirus case statistics that Indonesia recently recorded – less than 500 daily cases – which contrasts with the peak of what is considered the second wave which recorded 50 daily. 000 cases and 2000 deaths just a few months ago. However, […]]]>

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta The Covid-19 On Wednesday, the task force addressed the drop in coronavirus case statistics that Indonesia recently recorded – less than 500 daily cases – which contrasts with the peak of what is considered the second wave which recorded 50 daily. 000 cases and 2000 deaths just a few months ago.

However, task force spokesperson Hery Trianto insisted that obedience to face mask mandates and the rising vaccination rate can be attributed to this positive news.

“Of course it is a great achievement, but we must not be contemptuous. The situation is still a pandemic and we must not let our guard down in the practice of health protocols,” Hery said in a statement. virtual discussion on November 10.

In addition to preventing viral transmission, Hery has rallied more people to take their share of Covid-19 vaccines as this not only prevents the spread of covid, but significantly reduces the risk of death from the virus that has been recorded. for the first time in Wuhan, China.

“We have to learn from other countries who have 80 percent vaccination but continues to record a high number of infections over 60,000, as well as daily deaths of over a thousand. This has happened in the United States and in Russia, ”he added.

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Luhut: Bars, Clubs in Bali, Bandung Violate Health Protocols https://kalamkata.org/luhut-bars-clubs-in-bali-bandung-violate-health-protocols/ https://kalamkata.org/luhut-bars-clubs-in-bali-bandung-violate-health-protocols/#respond Tue, 09 Nov 2021 06:28:49 +0000 https://kalamkata.org/luhut-bars-clubs-in-bali-bandung-violate-health-protocols/ TEMPO.CO, Jakarta – The Community Activity Restrictions Coordinator (PPKM) for Java and Bali, Luhut Binsar Pandjaitan, said the government found several violations of health protocols in tourist destinations. Most of them were found in restaurants and beach clubs in Bali as well as bars and nightclubs in Bandung. Luhut, the coordinating minister for maritime affairs […]]]>

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta – The Community Activity Restrictions Coordinator (PPKM) for Java and Bali, Luhut Binsar Pandjaitan, said the government found several violations of health protocols in tourist destinations. Most of them were found in restaurants and beach clubs in Bali as well as bars and nightclubs in Bandung.

Luhut, the coordinating minister for maritime affairs and investments, said the government has dispatched teams to monitor the implementation of health protocols, especially in public spaces. Last week, he said, the teams were sent to tourist destinations in Bali and Bandung.

The team found that most places follow health protocols well. However, violations were also noted.

“Beach clubs and bars operate without capacity restrictions, physical distancing and imposition from management to implement health protocols during activities,” Luhut said at a press conference on Monday, November 8.

The locations, he said, also did not require scanning QR codes for the Peduli Lindungi app.

Not just in Bali, Luhut said the team also found several bars and nightclubs in Bandung operating beyond the curfew, exceeding the maximum capacity limit and ignoring the use of the Peduli Lindungi app.

“They also tried to deceive the officers, for example by turning off the headlights, [visitors’] cars park in a remote area of ​​the site and prohibit visitors from taking photos, ”Luhut said.

Luhut called on the local government to be more active in monitoring and severely sanctioning these violations.

Read: Covid-19 death rate drops, Luhut says

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Iranian minister calls for compliance with health protocols to avoid new wave of Covid https://kalamkata.org/iranian-minister-calls-for-compliance-with-health-protocols-to-avoid-new-wave-of-covid/ https://kalamkata.org/iranian-minister-calls-for-compliance-with-health-protocols-to-avoid-new-wave-of-covid/#respond Sun, 07 Nov 2021 13:42:18 +0000 https://kalamkata.org/iranian-minister-calls-for-compliance-with-health-protocols-to-avoid-new-wave-of-covid/ The vaccination process continues in Iran with health workers administering an additional 638,000 doses of the Covid vaccine to people in the past 24 hours. The total number of doses administered to date in the country is 94,201,273. During this time, 38,893,839 people have received the second dose. The injection of the third dose, called […]]]>

The vaccination process continues in Iran with health workers administering an additional 638,000 doses of the Covid vaccine to people in the past 24 hours.

The total number of doses administered to date in the country is 94,201,273. During this time, 38,893,839 people have received the second dose.

The injection of the third dose, called a booster injection, is also in progress. 178,906 people received the recall.

In the past 24 hours, from Saturday to Sunday, 126 people have died from the coronavirus, bringing the total number of deaths since the start of the pandemic to 127,299. During the period, 7,554 new cases of infection were reported.

Currently, 33 cities across Iran are marked in red, which means the risk of Covid is at its highest level there. That’s when 100 are blue, Covid’s lowest risk level.

Iranian Health Minister Bahram Einollahi said cities turned red because people did not follow health protocols.

Einollahi said that as the cold season has arrived, citizens must be vigilant to prevent further escalation of Covid. He warned that a new wave of the disease has started around the world and that the number of new infections and deaths is on the rise in countries like the United States, Russia and Turkey.


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The public said to continue following health protocols amid relaxed sidewalks https://kalamkata.org/the-public-said-to-continue-following-health-protocols-amid-relaxed-sidewalks/ https://kalamkata.org/the-public-said-to-continue-following-health-protocols-amid-relaxed-sidewalks/#respond Thu, 04 Nov 2021 10:45:00 +0000 https://kalamkata.org/the-public-said-to-continue-following-health-protocols-amid-relaxed-sidewalks/ Don’t be complacent. Dr Marie Jocelyn Te, Medical Advisor III at the Western Visayas Health Development Center (DOH WV CHD) Department of Health, said on Thursday (November 4, 2021) that the public should not be complacent in the middle of the region’s low-risk classification and the decline in Covid-19 cases. She said health guidelines should […]]]>

Don’t be complacent. Dr Marie Jocelyn Te, Medical Advisor III at the Western Visayas Health Development Center (DOH WV CHD) Department of Health, said on Thursday (November 4, 2021) that the public should not be complacent in the middle of the region’s low-risk classification and the decline in Covid-19 cases. She said health guidelines should be followed at all times. (PNA archive photo)

ILOITO CITY – Residents of Western Visayas are reminded not to be complacent and always follow health protocols as quarantine classifications in Western Visayas are already being relaxed.

Dr Marie Jocelyn Te, Chief Medical Officer III of the Western Visayas Health Development Center (DOH WV CHD) Department of Health, said in an interview on Thursday that the region is now classified as low risk and that cases are already on a downward trend.

She said the average case per day in the region as of November 2 was 130 compared to 650 in June, 596 in July and August, 820 in September and 417 in October.

“Our cases have improved because the majority of our population has already benefited from the vaccination and we maintain minimum public health standards. But we continue to encourage those who are not vaccinated to get vaccinated, ”she said.

She added that they were eagerly awaiting the trend to continue if a more eligible population would benefit from the vaccines, especially the group of older people and adults with co-morbidities.

As of Thursday, the region’s fully immunized population included 129,459 members of the health worker group, or 117 percent of the target number; 331, 046 or 50 percent of the elderly; 479, 983 or 92.14% for adults with comorbidities; 390, 562 or 15.56% for essential front-line health workers; and 109,607 or 20.65 percent of the indigent population.

The roll-out of pediatric vaccination has also added protection to the young population, she added.

The majority of severe and critical cases of coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) are those that go unvaccinated, she said.

All the provinces of the Western Visayas were placed under alert level 2 until November 14, the town of Iloilo at alert level 3 and the town of Bacolod under alert level 4.

“Usually normal activities can already resume, but we remind the public of precautions and follow health guidelines at all times,” she said.

Wearing face masks, keeping a safe physical distance, and washing your hands frequently can help.

Data from the Regional Epidemiology and Surveillance Unit (RESU) of DOH WV CHD showed that as of November 3, the region had 130,673 recoveries, 8,964 active cases and 3,518 deaths. (ANP)


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Spurs’ Jakob Poeltl enters health protocols, indefinitely https://kalamkata.org/spurs-jakob-poeltl-enters-health-protocols-indefinitely/ https://kalamkata.org/spurs-jakob-poeltl-enters-health-protocols-indefinitely/#respond Wed, 03 Nov 2021 18:35:02 +0000 https://kalamkata.org/spurs-jakob-poeltl-enters-health-protocols-indefinitely/ SAN ANTONIO – Spurs starting center Jakob Poeltl will miss Wednesday night’s home game against Dallas – and likely several other outings – after being placed in NBA health and safety protocols, the team confirmed. Athletic’s Shams Charania first reported the news. It is not known if Poeltl has tested positive for COVID-19. Spurs said […]]]>

SAN ANTONIO – Spurs starting center Jakob Poeltl will miss Wednesday night’s home game against Dallas – and likely several other outings – after being placed in NBA health and safety protocols, the team confirmed.

Athletic’s Shams Charania first reported the news.

It is not known if Poeltl has tested positive for COVID-19. Spurs said in an updated injury report released Wednesday afternoon that he was absent for Wednesday night’s game due to health and safety protocols.

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Spurs coach Gregg Popovich said ahead of the start of the season that the entire squad had been fully vaccinated against COVID-19.

Sixth-year Austrian professional Poeltl is the team’s third scorer, averaging 13.9 points per game. He leads the team in rebounds (9.7) and blocks (1.1) and shoots the team’s best 64.8% from the field in 6.6 attempts.

Poeltl clocked 22 minutes in Spurs’ 131-118 loss to Indiana on Monday night and finished with 11 points, six rebounds and one block. He showed no signs of illness when speaking to a reporter after the game.

Popovich was asked ahead of the game what it has been like this season to travel with a fully vaccinated squad.

“Like everyone else, we are a little freer, being vaccinated,” he said. “It’s not as stuffy as it used to be, I guess.”

Several players, including Keldon Johnson, Derrick White and Devin Vassell, missed a handful of games last season while battling COVID-19.

Spurs also announced on Wednesday that forward Doug McDermott has become available after missing the last three games with inflammation in his right knee.


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Patria warns of increasing PPKM level if health protocols are ignored https://kalamkata.org/patria-warns-of-increasing-ppkm-level-if-health-protocols-are-ignored/ https://kalamkata.org/patria-warns-of-increasing-ppkm-level-if-health-protocols-are-ignored/#respond Wed, 03 Nov 2021 10:31:45 +0000 https://kalamkata.org/patria-warns-of-increasing-ppkm-level-if-health-protocols-are-ignored/ Jakarta (ANTARA) – Deputy Governor Ahmad Riza Patria reminded residents of Jakarta to remain vigilant and implement strict health protocols in an effort to maintain the Level 1 Public Activity Restriction (PPKM) status of the capital city. “If people ignore health protocols, we can go back to PPKM level two and even go back to […]]]>

Jakarta (ANTARA) – Deputy Governor Ahmad Riza Patria reminded residents of Jakarta to remain vigilant and implement strict health protocols in an effort to maintain the Level 1 Public Activity Restriction (PPKM) status of the capital city.

“If people ignore health protocols, we can go back to PPKM level two and even go back to emergency PPKM,” Patria said Wednesday.

Patria noted that Jakarta is currently at level one of the PPKM, but the public should not become sloppy in the implementation of health protocols.

“The public must remain vigilant to always implement health protocols, such as wearing masks, washing hands, maintaining distance, avoiding crowds and reducing mobility,” he said. underline.

On the other hand, Patria also praised the residents’ participation in reporting violations of health protocols through the Jakarta Kini (JaKi) app.

“Thank you also to the officers, who continue to take action against every violation for the safety of all citizens,” he noted.

Related News: Government Lowers Jakarta PPKM Status to Level One

The central government had previously determined that the status of the PPKM in Jakarta would be lowered from level two to level one based on Interior Minister’s instruction number 57 of 2021.

The central government lowered the status of PPKM in Jakarta based on indicators of adjustment of public health efforts and social restrictions in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Another indicator is the vaccination rate which reaches at least 70 percent for the first dose and 60 percent vaccination coverage for the elderly.

With the lowering of the status of PPKM to level one, several restrictions were relaxed in the form of an increase in the working capacity in the offices of non-essential sector companies to 75%.

In addition, shopping malls are allowed to operate until 10 p.m. local time with 100% capacity, and children under 12 are allowed to enter malls with their parents.

Related news: Economic activities in West Jakarta on the rise: tourism office


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