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Govt to mobilize volunteer medical workforce to combat COVID-19

15 April 2020  

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KATHMANDU: The government is currently collecting details to mobilize volunteer workforce in its endeavor to prevent and control coronavirus pandemic in the country.

The Ministry of Health and Population has formed a committee coordinated by Medical Education Commission vice chair Shree Krishna Giri to proceed towards that end.

The committee also comprises ministry’s chief specialist Roshan Pokhrel, joint-secretary Dr Gunaraj Lohani and Deepak Sharma of the Ministry of Education.

The committee has so far prepared details over 2,000 medical force who are the graduates from several medical colleges wishing to volunteer in the COVID-10 preventive and control efforts.

Among them, 527 are doctors and 1,486 are nurses. They are graduated from the Chitwan Medical College; Nobel Medical College, Biratnagar; Gandaki Medical College, Nepal Medical College, Sinamangal, College of Medical Sciences Bharatpur; Kist Medical College, Kathmandu; Manipal Medical College, Palpa; Universal Medical College, Bhairahawa; and Nepalgunj Medical College, Nepalgunj; Birat Medical College.

Earlier, the government had decided to mobilise retired doctors and those studied on government scholarship in the battle against the virus.

They will be mobilized either as volunteers or with minimum facilities for three months.

According to the Ministry, if private sectors wish to join the government service they will be adjusted in their present working posts and will be mobilized in the campaign against COVID-19.

Publish Date : 15 April 2020 19:01 PM

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