He also said whenever anyone raised eyebrows at the ability of the country and the countrymen, it has turned out to be wrong.
External Affairs Minister said India has responded well to handle Covid crisis. India had no preparedness for such an enormous crisis but the way it responded will give us all confidence in our future
"The trial, known as ACTIV-1 Immune Modulators, will determine if the therapeutics are able to restore balance to an overactive immune system."
Keen to support large-scale vaccine development and production happening in Hyderabad
In Government hospitals across the State, there are 5772 vacant beds available while the total number of beds available in corporate hospitals across the State is 7029.
Minister directed the officials to make the PMSSY hospital a superspeciality one and make it available for the patients in a month
The beds in private teaching hospitals are provided for free of cost by the State government.
The beds in private teaching hospitals are being made available for free of cost by the State government.
Addressing a press conference, Union Health Ministry Secretary Rajesh Bhushan said that at no point has the country reached the one percent mark on patients using ventilators in the last six months.
CARE Hospitals Executive Director Dr Raajiv Singhal says community can’t afford to take Covid-19 disease for granted
The actual COVID-19 caseload in the country was 3,42,756, while 6,35,756 patients have recovered till date, with 22,942 being cured and discharged in the last 24 hours
“The officials should ensure that there is no shortage of oxygen,” Dayakar Rao said, adding that it was decided to use the 200 bed hospital sanctioned under Pradhan Mantri Swasthya Suraksha Yojana (PMSSY) as an exclusive hospital for Covid-19
The Ministry said that the "Make in India" ventilators supplied to the states and UTs, including Delhi, by the MoHFW are meant for ICUs and these ventilators also have other such modes as have been prescribed in the technical specifications.
The developed prototypes are easy to use and can be taken to remote locations in case of a medical emergency. Priced at around Rs 4,000, the smart ventilator prototype is a mechanised Artificial Manual Breathing Unit (AMBU)