Antigen test will begin soon in Rajasthan: CM Gehlot
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Antigen test will begin soon in Rajasthan: CM Gehlot
During Discussion with the faculties of medical colleges, renowned doctors from across the state through a video conference, Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot announced that antigen test will start soon in the state for coronavirus cases as per the ICMR guidelines.
If found suitable, it will help to expand the scope of investigation and obtain a quick report.More than 100 expert physicians participated in the discussion and gave suggestions on investigation, treatment, prevention of coronavirus and other aspects.CM Gehlot said that our goal is to bring down the fatality rate from corona in the state to a minimum level.
In this direction, the physician community should use its expertise to find suitable solutions.The Chief Minister underlined that the medical community has played an important role in the success Rajasthan is achieving in controlling the spread.
Due to our coordinated efforts, the Rajasthan model is discussed all over the country.
Death audits of coronavirus patients are also being conducted in the state, so that we can reach the real causes of death and this study can be used for prevention in future.
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At present country has three Indian COVID-19 vaccines which are in different phases of clinical testing, said Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) Director General Dr Balram Bhargava on Tuesday. Addressing a press conference in the national capital, he said, "At the present moment, we have three Indian vaccines which are in different phases of clinical testing. The 2 vaccines- Bharat Biotech vaccine and DNA vaccine of Zydus Cadila have completed phase 1 and will begin phase 2 while third is Oxford vaccine." "Oxford vaccine, being manufactured by Serum Institute of India (SII) got approval for phase 2 and 3 clinical trials, which are starting within a week at 17 sites," he added. Dr Bhargava, however, said that social distancing and proper hygiene are the best "vaccine" available now and even after. "Physical Distancing, wearing a mask, proper hand hygiene are the best vaccine available at the moment and even after. We will have to continue with these measures," he said. India has so far recorded over 18 lakh cases and more than 38,900 deaths.
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