The Chancellor asked the pharmaceutical company for a thousand remedesivir injections

Given the lack of oxygen and other resources due to the ever-increasing prevalence of coronavirus infections at Aligarh Muslim University’s (AMU) JN Medical College, Vice Chancellor Professor Tariq Mansoor asked the chairman of the Cipla company to provide a thousand doses of remedesiver injections.
Vice Chancellor said that due to the increase in the number of patients after the current disaster, JN Medical College had developed a lack of oxygen. We are in contact with the district administration so that there is enough oxygen available unhindered. The contract was awarded for the construction of an oxygen production plant at a price of 1.41 billion rupees, the construction of which can take about 3 to 4 weeks.
The Vice Chancellor said the number of beds in the trauma center was increased and junior residents, nursing and MTS staff from Dental College and Tibia College were being moved to the trauma center. Professor Mansoor said he wrote a letter to the Secretary for Higher Education and UGC approving additional grants to further improve JN Medical College’s facilities.
Condolences to the victims of the epidemic
Vice Chancellor Professor Tariq Mansoor said in a letter to members of the AMU community that the challenging growth in the second wave of Kovid is an unprecedented challenge for us. In the past few days we have lost many current and former teachers and other non-teachers, which is an irreparable loss.
I pray for the peace of his soul. The Vice Chancellor has stated that we will leave no stone unturned to provide the best medical facilities and support to all of our staff and students.
Don’t wait for the test report, isolate if symptoms appear
The Vice Chancellor asked the common man not to go into unnecessarily overcrowded areas and to strictly adhere to the Kovid protocol. He should take the covid vaccine alone and with his family as a priority. If the symptoms of Kovid appear even with minor symptoms, don’t wait for the review. Isolate immediately and start treatment according to the guideline below, consulting your doctor.

Given the lack of oxygen and other resources due to the ever-increasing prevalence of coronavirus infections at Aligarh Muslim University’s (AMU) JN Medical College, Vice Chancellor Professor Tariq Mansoor asked the chairman of the Cipla company to provide a thousand doses of remedesiver injections.

Vice Chancellor said that due to the increase in the number of patients after the current disaster, JN Medical College had developed a lack of oxygen. We are in contact with the district administration so that there is enough oxygen available unhindered. The contract was awarded to build an oxygen production plant at a cost of 1.41 billion rupees, the construction of which can take about 3 to 4 weeks.

The Vice Chancellor said the number of beds at the trauma center was increased and junior residents, nursing and MTS staff from Dental College and Tibia College were being moved to the trauma center. Professor Mansoor said he had written a letter to the Secretary for Higher Education and UGC requesting approval of an additional amount of support to further improve JN Medical College’s facilities.

Condolences to the victims of the epidemic

Vice Chancellor Professor Tariq Mansoor said in a letter to members of the AMU community that the challenging growth in the second wave of Kovid has presented us with unprecedented challenges. In the past few days we have lost many current and former teachers and other non-teachers, which is an irreparable loss.

I pray for the peace of his soul. The Vice Chancellor has stated that we will leave no stone unturned to provide the best medical facilities and support to all of our staff and students.

Don’t wait for the test report, isolate if symptoms appear

The Vice Chancellor asked the common man not to go into unnecessarily overcrowded areas and to strictly adhere to the Kovid protocol. He should take the covid vaccine alone and with his family as a priority. If the symptoms of covid appear in the slightest, don’t wait for the review. Isolate immediately and start treatment according to the guideline after seeing the doctor.

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