Central District Gets Telemedicine Service Patients

The Morning Standard|July 04, 2020

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Central District Gets Telemedicine Service Patients
Telemedicine hub will act as a helping hand in contact-tracing of coronavirus patients
Siddhanta Mishra

As part of the coronavirus disease (Covid-19) response, the AAP government on Friday launched a first-of-its-kind initiative District Surveillance and Telemedicine Hub which will serve as a free helpline service for patients and their families.

The service, to begin with, the residents of Central Delhi district, will help Covid-19 patients with requirements such as medicines, sanitization and removal of biomedical waste in their area, essential commodities and even any psychological issues, that patients might be facing during the pandemic, said District Magistrate (Central Delhi), Nidhi Srivastava.


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July 04, 2020