KDMC kicks of my family my responsibility" campaign, to survey close to 5 lakh households

KDMC kicks of my family my responsibility" campaign, to survey close to 5 lakh households

On Sunday, Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray addressed the state and he spoke on various issues concerning the state including Maratha reservation, farm-loan waiver. During this address, he also launched ‘my family, my responsibility’ campaign to tackle the coronavirus outbreak. 

Kalyan Dombivali (also written as Dombivli) Municipal Corporation has also kicked off "my family my responsibility" campaign. Under this, 4 lakh 76 thousand households will be surveyed. For the purpose of this survey, a team of 400 people has been made and they will be completing this survey over the next 25 days.  

Dr. Vijay Suryavanshi, Commissioner of KDMC said that, 'My family, my responsibility' campaign is being implemented across the state under the guidance of the Chief Minister and it will help in effectively control the spread of coronavirus. The campaign will be implemented with the cooperation and participation of all representatives, all political parties, non-governmental organizations (NGOs), including the citizens of Kalyan Dombivali. The objective of this campaign is to make maximum people aware of this virus and how to tackle the same. It is also the duty of this task force to make people aware of the best practices, how to maintain social distancing and wearing mask when going out.

To execute this survey a team of 400 members has been formed. Each team will have 2 staff provided by local public representatives and 1 NMC health worker. The team will visit 50 homes every day and during the tenure of this survey, every team will be visiting every household twice.

The first phase of this survey will be carried out between September 15 to October 10. During this time, the phase, the team will be doing temperature checks and checking the oxygen level of every individual. They will also be noting down al details in the app and identifying high-risk contacts. The second phase will be held between October 14 to 24th and during this time, the team will be visiting 75-100 families per day. 

KDMC has requested everyone to help in making this campaign a success.