Medical doctors’ discussion board urges govt to not impose lockdown as it could possibly hurt the poor


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Medical doctors’ discussion board urges govt to not impose lockdown as it could possibly hurt the poor

A discussion board of scientists and medical doctors on Sunday urged the federal government to not impose a lockdown or some other measures which may be dangerous and life threatening to the poor amid a resurgence in coronavirus instances.

It appealed to authorities to ramp up healthcare providers, together with the variety of hospitals, beds and human assets to globally acceptable norms.

“Organisation of giant political gatherings and spiritual congregation by a number of political leaders, and on the identical time warning of one other lockdown defies logic, confuses the individuals, and conveys utter lack of sincerity of goal,” the president of the Progressive Medicos and Scientist Discussion board, Dr Harjit Singh, Bhatti stated.

The discussion board stated all coronavirus-related healthcare and vaccination must be guided by “sound scientific rules, and supplied completely freed from price to all Indians regardless of socio-economic standing”.

Bhatti additionally harassed on the necessity to abolish contractual posts within the healthcare system, regularise all staffers and ending privatisation of well being care within the nation.

“The federal government mustn’t impose lockdowns or some other draconian measures which should not have any scientific foundation and are extraordinarily dangerous and life threatening to the poor,” the discussion board added. 

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