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Centre: We need 1 crore HCQ tablets in immediate future, we have 3.28 crore tablets

Health Ministry on Friday said that Hydroxychloroquine need for India in the immediate future is nearly 1 crore tablets amid the spread of COVID-19 pandemic in the country. "I would like to update that even after exporting, we have a reserve supply of 3.28 crore tablets for our immediate need," it further said. The External Affairs Ministry also said domestic Hydroxychloroquine requirement will be the priority of the government. Src: https://bit.ly/34toSa5

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No community transmission of coronavirus in India yet: Govt on ICMR report

Reacting to a study by ICMR on SARI patients, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare's Joint Secretary Lav Agarwal said there is no community transmission of Coronavirus in India yet. He further added, “Samples in the study were from our VRDL labs, where cases are already there. Study didn't say that this was in a place where there were no cases.” Src: https://bit.ly/2RIBxkH

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To bring Indians from abroad will be decide after review of COVID-19 situation: Govt

When the government were asked about Indians who live abroad, they said over 20,400 foreign nationals have been evacuated from India and a decision on bringing Indians from abroad will be taken at a later stage after reviewing the COVID-19 situation. According to the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA), the government also said there are 3.28 crore hydroxychloroquine tablets in India's stock and a decision has been taken to export some surplus medicines after reviewing the domestic requirement and keeping buffer stocks. Src: https://bit.ly/2RrZkVI

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Migrants dies on road after walking 500 kms to reach home amid Coronavirus lockdown

23-year-old Logesh Balasubramani, the migrant who had walked 500 kilometres from Nagpur on his way home to Namakkal in Tamil Nadu, collapsed and died after resting at a govt run shelter in Secunderabad on Wednesday night. He was one of the lakhs of migrant workers and daily wagers who got badly affected due to sudden nationwide 21-day COVID-19 lockdown and the deprivation of food, shelter or income forced him like many others to take journeys back home on foot. Src: https://bit.ly/2UQHCvO

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