Mansukh Mandaviya, the union health minister, will have a virtual meeting with the Indian Medical Association (IMA) on Covid-19 readiness, situation, and awareness on Monday at 4 p.m., according to IMA.
Recently, IMA also released a warning and urged everyone to start acting in a Covid-appropriate manner.
“In view of the sudden surge of COVID cases in different countries, the Indian Medical Association alerts and appeals to the public to follow COVID appropriate behaviour with immediate effect.”
“As per available reports, nearly 5.37 lakhs new cases have been reported in last 24 hours from major countries like USA, Japan, South as per the available reports, nearly 5.37 lakhs new cases have been reported in last 24 hours from major countries like USA, Japan, South Korea, France and Brazil,” read the statement of IMA.
“Indian Medical Association appeals to the Government to upscale the preparedness for any such situation as seen in 2021 by issuing necessary instructions to the concerned Ministries and Departments to make available emergency medicines, oxygen supply and ambulance services,” it said.
In event of a Covid epidemic in their regions, the Indian Medical Association has also advised its state and local sections to take the required precautions. The IMA also urged all of its members to act pro-actively, as they have in the past, to stop any outbreaks.