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MoHP to mobilise volunteer medical workforce

Quarantine period could be extended


KATHMANDU: The authorities has been making ready to mobilise volunteer medical workforce in its efforts for the prevention and management of coronavirus an infection.

The Ministry of Health and Population (MoHP) shaped a committee coordinated by Vice-Chair of Medical Education Commission, Shree Krishna Giri and consists of Ministry’s Chief Specialist Roshan Pokhrel, Joint-Secretary Dr Gunaraj Lohani, and consultant from the Ministry of Education, Deepak Sharma.

The committee has thus far ready particulars of over 2,000 medical personnel — 527 medical doctors and 1,486 nurses — who’ve graduated from a number of medical faculties and want to volunteer within the COVID-19 preventive and management efforts.

Earlier, the federal government had determined to mobilise retired medical doctors and those that studied on authorities scholarships within the battle in opposition to the virus.

They shall be mobilised both as volunteers or with minimal amenities for 3 months.

According to the Ministry, if non-public sectors want to be a part of the federal government service, they are going to be adjusted of their current working posts and shall be mobilised within the marketing campaign in opposition to COVID-19.

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