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COVID-19 crisis: Punjab Police deploy mobile clinics for frontline staff

COVID-19 crisis: Punjab Police deploy mobile clinics for frontline staff

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  18 April 2020 8:33 AM GMT

To protect police personnel battling the COVID-19 crisis on the frontline, Punjab Police have deployed mobile clinics for their medical examination with 30,567 of the total 43,000 cops on the ground having already been given one thorough check-up. The Mobile Police Clinics are working in all the seven police ranges and police commissioners of the state to examine the police personnel, who have been working relentlessly for curfew enforcement and relief operations in three shifts a day, Director General of Police (DGP) Dinkar Gupta said on Friday. In some of the districts, help is being taken from the civil hospital doctors also to get the police personnel checked for symptoms of flu or other illnesses. All personnel will be checked repeatedly, every second day, to ensure that there is no health issue among them as a result of possible exposure to the coronavirus, said the DGP. (IANS)

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