According to a circular issued by the department to all healthcare facilities, which Khaleej Times has read, the decision was made as part of its efforts to put public benefit as a top priority and to ensure adequate measures against the spread of the epidemic.
The circular also said the decision was made following the increasing number of detected cases in different countries all over the world and in the Middle East.
Presently, the World Health Organisation (WHO) has increased the assessment of the risk spread and risk impact of Covid-19 to very high in the global level.
The incident was reported at Shankarao Chavan Government Medical College and Hospital in Nanded due to alleged scarcity of medicines
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