Earlier today, Chairman Tata Trusts Ratan Tata had also committed Rs 500 crore towards manufacturing of personal protective equipment, respiratory systems, testing kits, setting up modular treatment facilities and training of health workers
U.S. Food and Drug Administration granted the approval under its Emergency Use Authorization
The MSME Ministry, in a statement to industry bodies including FISME, said, ''Government of India would like to reach out to you if you are in the field of manufacturing or supply of following items related to use in COVID-19 (Coronavirus)"
Even though the Health Ministry and the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) have been insisting that there is "no solid evidence" of community transmission so far, the government has started scaling up health infrastructure to deal with any situation
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