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The Indian health sector has a positive global image, and the government is working to increase pool capacity in response to rising demand, said Union Minister Bharati Pawar on Saturday.

The Minister of State for Health reiterated that there is no reason to be concerned about the JN.1 subvariant of coronavirus, but countries have been asked to be on the lookout for its spread. Pawar was speaking to intelligence analysts at the AIIMS Nagpur after reviewing OPD and IPD services and government schemes analogous to those of AB-PMJAY and Jan Aushadhi Kendra.

“India is making progress in every sector around the world.” Indian healthcare professionals are in high demand all over the world. The Indian health sector has a positive character. It’s trusted, and there is a growing demand for healthcare labour in multitudinous countries,” the union minister said.

According to her, Indian babysitters are in high demand in multitudinous countries, including Japan.

“Considering the demand for babysitters, the Central government has started Japanese language courses in some Northeastern countries. Pawar told intelligence agencies.

She also stated that the government is working to increase the number of seats available for MBBS programs.

. “Before 2014, there were 350 medical sodalities in the country.” Since 2014, this figure has risen to more than 700. Also, regions analogous to the Northeast, which had no medical sodalities for the former 70 times, now have medical sodalities in Mizoram and Nagaland,” the union minister said.

According to Dr. Pawar, the government is fastening on expanding medical tourism and developing the’ Heal in India, Heal by India’ generality. Concerning the COVID-19 script, the union minister stated that the number of cases is increasing in the United States, Italy, Germany, and other countries.

“Last week, a review meeting was held. Encyclopaedically, there were 50,000 cases, but India had around 3,500, including 2,800 in Kerala. “There have been reports of cases from Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, and Maharashtra,” she said.

She added that the Centre has given all states the necessary instructions and has asked them to be on high alert for COVID- 19.”Union Health Minister Mansukh Mandaviya is coordinating with state health ministers via video conferencing. “JN.1 is an Omicron subvariant. It is not dangerous, but it spreads snappily, and the WHO has classified it as a’ variant of interest’.” We must remain vigilant,” the union minister added.

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