Friday, September 17, 2021

Centre leaving no stone unturned to ensure health benefits for every single citizen: MoS Health

Union Minister of State for Health and Family Welfare Dr. Bharati Pawar has said that the Centre is leaving no stone unturned to ensure health benefits for every single citizen.

Addressing a press conference in Nashik yesterday following a public meeting as part of the Jan Aashirwad Yatra, Dr. Pawar said, the Centre is supporting states in this fight against COVID-19, adding that provision of close to twenty three thousand crore rupees has been made in the budget to limit the third wave of the pandemic.

Dr. Pawar expressed happiness that India has crossed the 55 crore-mark in this world’s largest vaccination drive.

She said efforts are also on to procure foreign made vaccines, following due procedure.

She urged citizens to follow COVID Appropriate Behaviour to minimise the risk of transmission.

Stating that NDA Government at the Centre is the first to induct eight Ministers from tribal community, Dr. Pawar said, she is happy to serve the people.

She said, these public meetings are meant to interact with the masses to know and resolve their issues.

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