Indian Government fights Coronavirus.
Facilities provided by India made Iran request for medical supplies to Indian Government.
Indian Government is taking finest measures in order to stop Coronavirus to spread extensively in India. Announcement of a complete lockdown in such a busy and highly populated country was a substantial decision taken by Indian Government. The most important factor in preventing the spread of the Virus locally is to empower the citizens with the right information and taking precautions as per the advisories being issued by Ministry of Health & Family Welfare. Even after taking such precautions a lot of people are getting infected by COVID-19 disease in a large number all around the nation.
Along with putting a stop on spreading of Coronavirus, government's top priority is to provide best medical facilities to the infected patients and to cure them form COVID-19 disease; in which government is truly successful. In India quarantines are built across the country aggressively. The Indian Government set up a coronavirus quarantine facility near Manesar in the National Capital Region on January 31. The facility was created to monitor 300 Indian students who were returning from Wuhan, China. It is one of the first quarantines in the country and has a capacity of 300 beds. There are 60 people working to run the facility and the Army is reportedly spending ₹3.5 lakh a day. Indian railway being one of the biggest public facility providers; lot of train coaches in trains are used as isolation wards with all facilities required for a COVID-19 patient.
Presently, 28 service Hospitals have been earmarked as COVID hospitals for managing purely COVID-19 cases. This will include armed forces patients as well as civilian patients transferred from state health authorities, in case their capacity is overwhelmed. The speed and quality to detect and treat COVID-19 patients in India has made Iran to ask Indian Government to export medical supplies to Iran. The New Delhi Parsi Association has sent its second relief cargo, including medicine and medical equipment, to coronavirus-hit Iran, the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC)-linked Fars news agency reported.