Big decision of Gujarat government for Corona Warriors ?

Big decision of Gujarat government for Corona Warriors ?

Big decision of Gujarat government for Corona Warriors ?

Big decision of Gujarat government for Corona Warriors ?

The state government will give special incentives to the true ‘Corona Warriors’ doctors, paramedical staff, cleaners and other officer-staff rather than treating patients in government Covid-19 hospitals set up to treat Corona.

Gandhinagar: The state government will give special incentives to true ‘Corona Warriors’ doctors, paramedical staff, cleaners and other officials-employees treating patients in government Covid-19 hospitals set up to treat corona. Chief Minister Vijay Rupani has taken this decision to encourage medical and paramedical officers and employees to perform their duties faithfully with dedication and service.

The front secretary of the health department, Mrs. Dr. Announcing the decision of Chief Minister Vijay Rupani, Jayanti Ravi said that doctors, paramedical staff, cleaners, lab technicians as well as officers-staff involved in sampling of suspected patients of Corona who were in direct contact with Corona patients, including 30 Those who have done this work for a day or more, this dedicated part of them Chief Minister Vijay Rupani has decided to give special incentive honorarium to encourage forests.

How much incentive remuneration will the class employees get here

He said that an honorarium of Rs. 25,000 would be given to the medical officers of Class-I and Class-II cadres as an incentive. Class-3 employees including nursing staff, lab assistants will be given an honorary incentive remuneration of Rs. 15,000. An honorarium of Rs. 10,000 will be given to the employees performing duty in class-4 cadre.

While outsourcing and fixed salary employees will be given an honorarium of Rs 5,000 as an incentive. This incentive remuneration will be given once i.e. single time in appreciation of their services.

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