Thursday, June 24, 2021

Ensure availability of COVID-19 related drugs: Delhi LG

Delhi Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal has instructed that drugs related to COVID-19 treatment are made available to the people and it should be ensured that hoarding and black marketing of such medicines does not happen. He instructed dealers, retailers and sellers of these drugs to prominently display the stocks and rates of such drugs.

The Delhi Government has issued an order under the aegis of District Disaster Management Authority, DDMA, which will be strictly enforced by the Drug Controller, District Magistrates and DCPs who will ensure its strict compliance in letter and spirit. Mr Baijal has further instructed that a similar order with regard to equipment and machines like Oximeters, Oxygen Cylinders and Concentrators, related to COVID be issued at the earliest.

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