Kathmandu : The government has stated that a targeted action plan for the management of Covid-19 has been implemented. The Office of the Prime Minister and Council of Ministers issued a press release Friday stating that the targeted action plan has been implemented.
The targeted action plan prepared for the prevention, control and treatment action plan prepared for the prevention, control and treatment of Covid-19 is based on the decisions taken by the government from time to time and the commitment made by Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli in his address to the nation on Bhaisak 20.
Similarly, Deputy Prime Minister Ishwor Pokharel has requested the United Nations to make available the vaccine against Covid-19 as soon as possible. Similarly, the Ministry of Health and Population, Ministry of Home Affairs, Ministry of Finance, Ministry of Industry, Commerce and Supplies, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and other ministries have also mentioned about the preparations made for control and prevention of corona.
According to the Ministry of Home Affaris, there are 493 hospitals, 20,361 beds, 1,817 ICUs, 736 ventilators (Including 293 in use, 26 privately operated plants and 2,865 HDUs) to prevent and control the second wave of Covid-19 infection.
A total of 81,186 medical equipments and 6,602 medicines were imported from the customs. 120 face shields, 9,200 pulse oximeters, 30,000 syringes and 216 medical and surgical furniture were imported, the ministry said in a statement.
Similarly, Rs. 3,30,000,000 has been transferred as management cost of Covid-19 laboratory for seven provincial hospitals and Rs. 4,950,000 has been transferred as management cost of Covid-19 laboratory for 18 central hospitals.
(Source : Ratopati)