Harsh Vardhan says, 'We pursued evidence based approach to deal with corona'

The health minister made the remarks under a digital program of the Coalition for Disaster Resilient Infrastructure (CDRI) and the UN Office for Disaster Risk Reduction (UNDRR).

Yogita S.
Published on: 18 Dec 2020 4:55 AM GMT
Harsh Vardhan says, We pursued evidence based approach to deal with corona
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New Delhi: Corona virus infection in India did not spread at the level that was expected. In the current situation, India seems to be in better condition than many western countries. Union Health Minister Harsh Vardhan attributed the government's foresight to this.

Corona cases decreasing in India:

Let us know that the figure of corona virus infected in India has not crossed one crore yet and cases have been decreasing for the last several days. At the same time, the positivity rate is also improving.

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Harsh Vardhan said that covid-19 cases in India have been steadily decreasing, while many countries in the world are facing the second or third wave of increase in cases of infection. He said that the government "recognized the danger early and adopted a scientific evidence-based approach in dealing with it". He said that this is the reason why the situation is under control today.

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The health minister made the remarks under a digital program of the Coalition for Disaster Resilient Infrastructure (CDRI) and the UN Office for Disaster Risk Reduction (UNDRR). The theme of the event was 'Build Back Better: Building Resilient Health Infrastructure and Supply Chain'.

During this program, Harshvardhan said, 'It has been almost a year since the outbreak of Covid-19. Infection is declining in many parts of the world, while many other countries are experiencing a second or third wave. Fortunately, in India, cases are steadily declining. We identified the threat early and followed a scientific evidence-based approach to deal with it. '

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Yogita S.

Yogita S.

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