How to avoid being hit by the dreaded ‘Hospitals Emergency’

By now, you have probably heard of the Hospitals emergency.

This is when a sudden surge of people arrive at hospitals.

The Emergency is not the same as a sudden spike of people arriving at hospitals because it is triggered by the introduction of the new medicines, vaccines and other treatment aids.

Instead, it is caused by a shortage of supplies and equipment and the introduction in the country of a ‘doomsday’ system, in which a significant number of people will be rushed to hospitals, even though they are not dying.

As a result, hospitals are often unable to cope with the growing numbers.

So, how to avoid the HOSPITAL emergency?

To get a sense of the nature of the situation, take a look at the map below.

You will see that there are around 20 million people in India and that the country is experiencing a major shortage of medical supplies.

That is why, for the time being, it seems that the government has decided to ration the supply of essential medicines, which are the mainstay of any modern society.

For the sake of the government, there are various measures it has announced to try and ease the shortages and the emergency.

These include introducing a 10 per cent discount on medicines for people who have been registered as doctors.

This has been touted as a way to address the shortage.

But the discount is temporary, and the government is keen to keep things in check for as long as possible.

In the meantime, some of the essential medicines are still being rationed.

Take a look below: However, the government does not appear to be taking any immediate steps to address this problem.

To ease the shortage, the state government has introduced the Hospitals Emergency Scheme.

Under this scheme, any medical facility or hospital that has a shortage in essential medicines can request the state to purchase its medicines.

Once this request is approved, the medical facility can immediately purchase the medicines from the government.

The medicines purchased under the scheme can then be given to those who have registered as a doctor.

Since the medicines are only used for a limited number of patients, the Government has been able to ease the problem in a way that has not been done in the past.

When asked about the extent of the shortage of medicines, the health minister, A K Singh, told the Press Trust of India newspaper that it was a matter for the state governments to take a call on the issue.

However he added that the state was taking the step because of the seriousness of the problem and the urgent need to alleviate the shortage as soon as possible before the pandemic spreads.