A makeshift Covid quarantine facility set up at a banquet hall in New Delhi
NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday called on the country's leading doctors to educate people on rumours about COVID-19 treatment and prevention.
"In these difficult times, it is very important that people do not become a victim of panic. Along with proper treatment, emphasis must also be on counselling of patients admitted in hospitals",He said this when talking with doctors about the situation with COVID-19 via videoconference.Prominent physicians including Devi Shetty, Shashank Joshi, Naresh Trehan, Sushila Kataria, and IMA President JA Jayalal have participated in exchanges with several others.
The prime minister called for a rapid spread of the epidemic to second and third tier cities and an increase in resources in these places. “Now that the country is facing a second wave, all the doctors and medical personnel on the front lines are struggling to save millions of lives from the epidemic,” he said. "Vaccination was the biggest weapon in the fight." Fight. Coronavirus.
Modi then asked to interact with pharmaceutical industry leaders via video conferencing to ensure a seamless supply chain.
Sources said the prime minister had summoned several coronavirus status inspectors and met with BJP officials to discuss the Bengal election campaign."It was decided that BJP rallies will have only 500 people," a party leader stated.
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