World Blood Donors Day was observed at government hospitals in the city on Tuesday.
Speaking about the scheme, Health Minister T Harish Rao said that Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao was the face of humanity as he had brought forth several pro-people and humane policies.
A similar protest was held in Tiruchy, where 48 mini clinic doctors staged a hunger strike at the DDHS office, seeking extension of their services, and job security.
According to sources, about 2,000 people come to the hospital every day for treating various ailments.
Director of Medical Education Dr R Narayana Babu instructed the hospital dean to form a committee to inquire into the allegation.
New facilities can produce 44,000 litres of oxygen per minute; State now has oxygen plants at 247 locations, thereby achieving self-sufficiency, says Chief Minister
The project was scheduled to be completed within three years but has been making tardy progress reportedly due to government apathy.
Despite more people opting to avail treatment in government hospitals, health officials in Telangana say they are prepared to handle Omicron-driven third wave
Meanwhile medical college authorities started evicting striking students from the college hostels in the evening.
The Aardram Kerala award was given to KollamCorporation for its outstanding work done as part of the Aardram Mission.
The APMSIDC is now aiming to bring the oxygen generation plants into operation at other regions by the end of November.
Rs 10 lakh allocated for existing urban health centres, Rs 80 lakh for new centres
The resident doctors, however, did not react well to the order.
The officials informed him that the number of active cases in the State declined to 14,473 from over two lakh in May.
The doctors had completed higher speciality courses in 2020 and 2021 but had chosen not to take up government service during the recently concluded online transfer counselling.