COVID-19: What the World Should Learn from India?
Keywords:COVID-19, Pandemic, Preparedness, Management; India
The pandemic, COVID-19 is not the first but savagely has become a global attraction. First detected in
China, it has spread to India including other countries. Various intervention strategies like restriction on
travel, lockdown, screening and extensive research has contained the widespread infection in India. While
intensifying preparedness for the unprecedented threat posed by COVID-19, the Government of India
(GoI) has constituted an inter-ministerial committee represented by the ministers of the Ministry of Health
and Family Welfare (MoHFW), External Affairs, Home, Civil Aviation as well as the National Disaster
Management Authority. India has constantly been the centre of discussion because of the way it has handled
the pandemic so far. This article reflects the preparedness and potential plan by India to scale-up COVID-19
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