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Uttarakhand to boost immunity of Covid warriors with homeopathic and ayurvedic drugs Featured

Written by  Apr 29, 2020

The Uttarakhand government on Wednesday affirmed a fund of Rs 2.48 crore to secure ayurvedic and homeopathic meds to boost the immunity of Covid-19 warriors, a senior minister said.

The choice was taken at a cabinet meeting chaired by chief minister Trivendra Singh Rawat in Dehradun.

Cabinet minister and government representative Madan Kaushik said the cash will be utilized to purchase various Ayurvedic and homeopathic medications for the Covid warriors.

Kaushik stated, "Government will purchase homeopathic medication named Arsenic Album-30 and Ayurveda items like Giloi, Ashwagandha, Tulsi, and others to be given to Covid warriors including police officers, doctors, sanitary laborers and others."

He additionally informed about the inauguration of telemedicine and e-hospital in the state.

"Under the new facility started in Doon Government Hospital, patients will have the option to consult doctors via telephone. Apart from this, Srinagar Medical College has likewise given consent for Covid-19 tests. Consent for the equivalent had likewise been sought for Almora medical school and Haridwar hospital," he said.

Uttarakhand currently has three testing facilities for Covid-19 at Dehradun, Rishikesh and Haldwani. The state has recorded 54 cases of Covid-19 out of which 33 have recovered.



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