State govt tries to ensure treatment for non COVID patients

09:24 PM May 13, 2020 | Team Udayavani |
Bengaluru: Following grievances that hospitals, nursing homes and clinics were not providing treatment to non-COVID patients, the health minister on Wednesday convened a meeting with representatives of the Indian Medical Association and various other related associations. The information was given by Minister S Suresh Kumar, who is spokesperson for COVID-19 in Karnataka. "Following the meeting they decided to open from tomorrow and go ahead with treating patients. The Health Minister, during the meeting, also tried to resolve various issues raised by these associations," he added.

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