New Delhi: Covid-19 infection has once again started causing havoc in some other countries including China. Due to this, the central and state governments are worried along with the people in India.
Preparations have been started to deal with the potential threat of Corona in the country. The round of meetings is going on. The government has also started taking precautionary measures.
In this sequence, a mock drill will be held in hospitals across the country tomorrow to check the preparations to deal with Corona. Union Health Minister Mansukh Mandaviya will personally take stock of the preparations for the mock drill at Safdarjung Hospital at 10:00 am.
The Health Ministry of the Central Government has appealed to all the states of the country to conduct mock drills. The Health Ministry has said that through the mock drill, it will be possible to assess how the hospitals of the country are prepared in this fight against Corona.
During this time, the states have to see how they are prepared to deal with Corona. What is the infrastructure in the hospitals of the states? Do hospitals have PPPE kits? Is N95 Musk are sufficient? Are covid wards ready? What is the number of beds? and what is the availability of medical oxygen?
Health Minister Mansukh Mandaviya has appealed to the doctors of the country to avoid misleading people on Corona. Mandaviya today held a meeting with IMA representatives and 100 doctors of the country on the issue of Corona.