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Mock drills conducted in Covid hospitals across India

Union Health Minister Dr Mansukh Mandaviya visited Safdarjung Hospital and reviewed the Covid response mock drill.

ByIFP Bureau

Updated 27 Dec 2022, 3:17 pm

(Photo: Twitter)
(Photo: Twitter)

Mock drills were conducted in Covid hospitals across India on Tuesday in an effort to remain vigilant against Covid as the fresh pandemic surge is reported in several countries.

Union Health Minister Dr Mansukh Mandaviya visited Safdarjung Hospital in New Delhi and reviewed the Covid response mock drill on Tuesday. 

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"As per Prime Minister@narendramodi's order, mock drills are being conducted in Covid hospitals across the country today to be vigilant against Covid. I reviewed the Covid response mock drill at Safdarjung Hospital," the Union minister said in a Twitter post.

Dr Mansukh Mandaviya had held a meeting on COVID19 meeting, which was attended by hundred doctors and health experts from across the country and discussed India's preparedness to deal with possible new wave if needed.

"Today, interacted with about 100 public health experts and clinicians from across the country regarding Covid-19 management," Dr Mansukh Mandaviya had tweeted on Monday.

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Earlier, on December 23, the Union minister interacted virtually with state health ministers and principal secretaries / additional chief secretaries and information commissioners, and said: “Centre and States need to work in tandem and in a collaborative spirit as was done during the previous surges for COVID19 prevention and management”.

Also Read: COVID Strikes Back: Will there be 4th Wave in India?

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