10K vaccinators also roped in, Karnataka well prepared to immunise people against Covid-19, says minister
Karnataka Health Minister Dr K Sudhakar agreed that schools in the state have not yet reopened amid the fear of the coronavirus.
The minister advised the doctors on government roll to also adopt administrative skills to run the PHCs and other government hospitals in an effecive manner.
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Head constable Seema Dhaka of the Samaypur Badli Police Station has traced 76 missing children in two and half months.
Sources in the party said the central leaders' decision to draft him into a team that will work on elections in another state is a big recognition for Sudhakar, who joined the BJP last year.
While students will have the option of attending the classes physically or online, it will be mandatory for students to attend classes physically for practical sessions.
The minister said that admissions for the college will start from 2021-22 and added that para-medical and nursing colleges will also start functioning.
Health Minister Dr K Sudhakar on Thursday visited a chemical factory godown in New Guddadahalli where a fire accident occurred.
If the trials are successful, the state will issue vaccines once the Centre approves it. Health workers and persons with comorbidities will be vaccinated initially.
After getting the additional portfolio of Health recently, Medical Education Minister Dr K Sudhakar’s first challenge is tackling the twin problems of flooding and the pandemic.
The vaccine is expected to be available as early as January 2021 and the government is preparing in anticipation of that.
He interacted with Deputy Commissioners, ZP CEOs and health officers of the six districts.
He said 590 beds were available at government hospitals in the district, and in a week, 428 would be added.
Significantly, Yediyurappa also took back the Backward Classes Welfare department from Sriramulu, retaining it with himself, in the minor reshuffle.