Task force formed to tackle Adenovirus

The West Bengal government on Sunday, constituted an eight-member task force headed by the chief secretary to supervise the Adenovirus cases in the state.
The task force will be supervising the cases of Adenovirus as well as the treatment of the affected persons in the different hospitals of the state. In an official order from the Chief Secretary, the Bengal government said, “In order to supervise the works related to the control of Adenovirus and treatment of affected persons, a task force is hereby constituted with immediate effect.”
The task force is being headed by the chief secretary of the West Bengal government. The seven other members of the task force are Alapan Bandopadhyay, the chief advisor to HCM; the Principal Secretary of the Health and Family Welfare department, the Principal Secretary of the Women and Child Development department, the director of health services in the state, the director of medical services in the state, Dr Sukumar Mukherjee and Dr Gopal Krishna Dhali, the order stated.

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