He said that to keep India healthy, the government is working together on four fronts – prevention of disease and improving health, ensuring access to healthcare for all, increasing the quality and number of healthcare infrastructure And working in mission mode to overcome problems.
New Delhi. Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Tuesday that India’s health sector’s reputation has grown during the last year of the Kovid-19 epidemic and confidence in the world has increased manifold with success in fire testing. He said that now there is a need to make healthcare affordable and its accessibility to the next level. Modi, while addressing a webinar organized on the effective implementation of the budget provisions of the Center in the health sector, said that the budget allocated for the health sector is now exceptional and it reflects the government’s commitment to the sector. The Prime Minister said that his government’s focus is not only on treatment but on health. A holistic and integrated approach from prevention to recovery is being adopted. The Prime Minister said that there is a need to make healthcare affordable and take its accessibility to the next level, for which the use of modern technology is being increased. He said that to keep India healthy, the government is working together on four fronts – prevention of disease and improving health, ensuring access to healthcare for all, increasing the quality and number of healthcare infrastructure And working in mission mode to overcome problems.
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Modi said, “The past year was in a way a litmus test for the whole world, the whole of mankind and especially for the health sector. I am happy that the health sector of the country was successful in this litmus test. We have been successful in saving many lives. “The Prime Minister said,” Within a few months, a network of about two and a half thousand laboratories was established in the country, with a few dozen investigations, we were able to reach the mark of 21 million tests today , All this has been made possible by working together with the government and the private sector. “He said,” Corona virus has taught the lesson that we not only have to fight the epidemic today but also any such future coming The country also has to prepare for the situation. Therefore, it is equally important to strengthen every field related to health. “Modi said,” From medical equipment to medicines, ventilators, vaccines, scientific research, monitoring framework, doctors, epidemiologists have to pay attention to everyone so that The country should be better prepared for any health disaster in future. ”He said that this is basically the motivation behind the ‘Prime Minister- Self-Reliant Healthy India Scheme’. Under this scheme, it has been decided to develop a modern ‘ecosystem’ in the country from research to investigation and treatment. This scheme will increase our capabilities in every field. Modi said, “After accepting the recommendations of the 15th Finance Commission, local bodies will get Rs 70,000 crore extra for health services arrangements.” It is also to provide health facilities to far-flung areas of the country.
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Modi said that the world has seen the strength of India’s health sector during the Kovid-19 global epidemic and India’s respect in this area has increased. He said, “The strength that India’s health sector has shown during Corona has been noted very closely by the world. Today, India’s health sector has a reputation throughout the world and trust in India’s health sector has reached a new level. “Modi said,” We have to make our preparations keeping this trust in mind as well. The demand of Indian doctors, nurses, para-medical staff will increase in the world in the coming time. “The Prime Minister said,” Indian medicines and Indian vaccines have gained a new confidence during this time. They will also have to prepare for the increasing demand. In the coming days, the possibility of students coming from India and other countries to study in India for medical education is also going to increase. “He said,” India aims to eliminate TB by 2025. is. Special attention needs to be given to TB as the disease is also spread by the particles emitted by coughing and spitting of the infected person. Wearing masks, early detection and treatment are also important in the prevention of TB. “He said,” The network of AYUSH has also done a great job in the Corona era. The structure of AYUSH has been very useful not only in relation to human resources but also on defense and scientific research. The traditional medicines of the country have also established a place on the world mind.
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