Mock drills for the nationwide Covid-19 emergency response will be held at all hospitals.


New Delhi: To assess the country’s readiness for the Covid-19 disaster, a fake drill will be conducted nationally tomorrow in all hospitals. In light of the rising number of cases of COVID-19 in several nations, including China, the US, and other nations, the drill will be held.

The readiness of the infrastructure, with an emphasis on oxygen plants, ventilators, logistics, and human resources, will also be evaluated during the simulation as resources available in the hospital to combat COVID. Days after Prime Minister Narendra Modi convened a conference to assess the country’s covid status, the decision to conduct the practise was made.

Dr. Mansukh Mandaviya, the union minister for health, will go to Safdarjung Hospital in New Delhi. He will be there for the hospital’s scheduled mock drill to manage any emergency situations that may arise due to the spike in COVID cases around the world.