Army establishes COVID management cell to coordinate assistance to civil authority
The Indian army has established a COVID management cell to coordinate assistance to civil authority.
The Cell is undera Director General rank officer which reports directly to the Vice Chief of Army Staff.
This will bring in greater efficiency in coordinating real time responses to address exponential rise in COVID cases across the country including Delhi.
Assistance to civil administration in Delhi is already being provided in the form of testing, admissions in military hospitals and transportation of critical medical equipment.
Indian Army has been at the forefront of COVID response at the national level.
It has deployed considerable medical resources to assist civil authorities especially at the five COVID hospitals already functional or in the process of being established at Delhi, Ahmedabad, Lucknow, Varanasi and Patna.