PMO takes key decisions to help medical and nursing students to fight COVID-19


The second wave of the Coronavirus epidemic in the country has created a fury. The medical infrastructure has been badly affected by the increasing number of patients every day.

There is a shortage of medical personnel with beds and oxygen in hospitals.

The government has now decided to put MBBS final year and nursing students on corona duty in such a situation.

This has been confirmed by tweeting on Monday from the Prime Minister’s Office.

Help will be taken in the care of patients with mild symptoms of corona infection.

According to a tweet by the Prime Minister’s Office, MBBS final year students can be taken as teleconsultation and help treat patients with mild symptoms of corona infection.

Similarly, the help of students of BSc and GNM courses can be taken for the cooperation and other work of senior doctors and nurses. MBBS final year students will be able to help in the treatment of corona infected patients online.

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