The parliamentary panel has also suggested expansion of the Centre’s web-based comprehensive telemedicine solution ‘e Sanjeevani’. It has said that it can help in reducing congestion and pressure on government hospitals across the country.
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a parliamentary committee (Parliamentary Committee) any future health emergency (Health EmergenciesHuman organs (human organs) to the Central Government while suggesting measures to deal with the situation ofHuman Organs) on covid-19 (covid-19A study on the long-term effects of ) is recommended. Reviewing the COVID-19 management in the last two years, the Parliamentary Standing Committee on External Affairs, headed by Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Lok Sabha member PP Choudhary, also recommended research on the digital divide in education that emerged during the pandemic. It also suggested that apart from Doordarshan, services of private television channels should also be used for spreading online education.
The panel presented the report in Parliament on Thursday. “The committee would like to recommend to the government to conduct planned study research in all parts of the country on the long-term impact of COVID-19 on human organs and to increase public awareness on the basis of such studies,” the report said. This suggestion is important because a large number of people who have recovered from COVID-19 are suffering from various diseases. Some scientific journals in Western countries have also identified more than 50 types of side effects of COVID-19 over a long period.
Parliamentary committee also suggested expansion of ‘e Sanjeevani’
The panel has also suggested expansion of the Centre’s web-based comprehensive telemedicine solution ‘e Sanjeevani’. It has said that it can help in reducing congestion and pressure on government hospitals across the country. Suggesting a “comprehensive survey on the impact of the digital divide”, the report asked the government to “strategize an institutional mechanism” to address the issue. The debate around the digital divide intensified during the pandemic as educational institutions remained closed for almost two years and students were left with no option but to study online.
The panel said a survey was necessary, “to ensure that access to free and compulsory education, which is a fundamental right enshrined in the Constitution, is possible even without online learning tools.” For this purpose, Doordarshan should not remain the sole medium of dissemination, but all private channels should also be included in this national effort, the report said.
‘Conducive environment should be created for MSMEs’
In its comprehensive review, the committee strongly recommended that the government should take all possible co-operation with external and internal investors to “create a more conducive environment for promoting MSMEs (Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises) and reducing dependence on imports”. Must try. It asked the Center to implement the National Disaster Management Act and issue strict directions to states with high COVID-19 positivity rates “particularly to impose restrictions to prevent the spread of infection and reduce the chances of mutations”. .
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