There is a lot of improvement in the health care facilities and the government has also tried to plug the loopholes especially when they became visible during the second wave of pandemic.
Recently LG flagged off 68 critical care ambulances to be integrated with the existing fleet of 108 ambulances.
He also felicitated Covid warriors, doctors, nurses, para-medical staff, and ambulance drivers for their selfless service to humanity in trying times. LG has been taking periodic review meetings for the covid control and has been monitoring the situation in those areas which were declared as micro containment zones.
He launched 108 Sahayakdoot App, a live Ambulance tracking tool, which provides guidance to first responders.
He said that the initiative will strengthen J&K UT’s emergency health services and help in better handling of future health challenges.
Felicitating as many as 50 Covid warriors including doctors, nurses, para-medical staff and ambulance drivers for their selfless service to humanity in trying times, he said that whole J&K is indebted to them for saving precious lives.
He also recalled the pictures and videos of J&K’s health workers travelling through difficult terrains to vaccinate people and said that the Jammu and Kashmir model for best Covid management was discussed in the entire country.