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British High Commissioner meets Dr Sharma, lauds govt efforts during Covid
Jaipur: British High Commissioner Peter Cook on Friday met the Medical and Health Minister Dr. Raghu Sharma and praised the efforts made by the Rajasthan government during the Covid epidemic.
Cook praised the efforts made by the government and the Department of Medicine in the Corona period for the corona recovery rate exceeding 97 percent and a low mortality rate.
He praised Rajasthan’s ‘Bhilwara’ and ‘Ramganj’ models, saying that the monitoring of the corona could be achieved only due to the monitoring done at the micro level by the government.
The British High Commissioner reported that a severe shortage of nursing staff was felt in the Corona era Britain.
He also called for the need of MoUs like sending nursing staff to the UK from the state government.
He said that the two countries can work together in the medical department on facilities like tele-medicine, online consultancy, social media and digital assistance so that the common people can get seamless medical facility.