IMA appeals to the public to avoid coronavirus, then follow the Covid protocol, mask is mandatory
Coronavirus Updates: The Indian Medical Association (IMA) has given some advice to the general public on Thursday to avoid coronavirus. IMA has warned that if it is necessary to follow the Corona protocol. Otherwise, you can get infected. And start applying the mask immediately.
COVID-19 in India The Central Government and all the states of the country have become ready to curb the Coronavirus. The Indian Medical Association (IMA) issued an advisory regarding the coronavirus on Thursday. In which the public has been appealed to wear face masks in all public places. Maintaining social distance is very important. Don't forget to wash your hands regularly with soap or sanitizer. Avoid public gatherings such as wedding ceremonies, political or social meetings and international travel, the IMA said. Cleanliness should be taken full care of. Union Health Minister Mansukh Mandaviya said in the Lok Sabha that the Health Ministry is closely monitoring the latest situation of COVID-19 in the country.
The Indian Medical Association (IMA) said that if these symptoms appear, consult doctors immediately. Like a fever, sore throat, cough, loose motion etc. Apart from this, IMA advised getting the Covid vaccination done at the earliest with a precautionary dose.
IMA appeals to the government to issue necessary instructions to the concerned ministries and departments to make available emergency medicines, oxygen supplies and ambulance services immediately so that any situation like 2021 can be avoided.
The IMA said that the situation is not worrisome at present. So there is no need to panic. prevention is better than cure. That's why it is mandatory to follow the Covid guidelines.
Union Health Minister Mansukh Mandaviya said in Parliament that the government is listing out the measures needed to contain the spread of coronavirus in the country. All states have been asked to do genome sequencing. Along with this, samples of international passengers have also started to be taken from today.
Foreign Ministry spokesperson Arindam Bagchi said that we are monitoring the situation of Kovid in China. We are the pharmacy of the world and have always helped other countries in that capacity. We are yet to issue a travel advisory, but people should follow local guidelines in the country they are living in.