A free Ayurvedic medical camp has been started at a Government Ayurvedic Medical College Vijayawada for people with mild, moderate and asymptomatic COVID-19 symptoms.
Ayush Commissioner Col V Ramulu (retired) inaugurated the one-month-long free Ayurvedic camp on Monday.
He said, “Ayurvedic medicines are very effective in treating asymptomatic, mild and moderate patients.”
A total of 40 camps will be organized in a month and the medicines will be distributed free of cost, he stated.
Free ayurvedic medical camps is being organized by the National Medical Association, Andhra Pradesh chapter in association with the state government and IMPCOPS (Indian Medical Practitioners Co-operative Pharmacy and Stores) on Monday.
Meanwhile, Maharashtra recorded 6,270 new coronavirus cases, a four-month low daily count that took its COVID-19 tally to 59,79,051, while 94 deaths pushed the toll to 1,18,313, as per the state health department report on Monday.
According to the Union Health Ministry data updated on Tuesday India recorded less than 50,000 new coronavirus infections, the lowest in 91 days, taking the total tally of cases to 2,99,77,861, while active cases fell below 7 lakh after 79 days.
A total of 42,640 Covid infections were reported in a day, while the death toll climbed to 3,89,302 with 1,167 daily fatalities, the lowest in 68 days.
India administered 86.16 lakh vaccine doses, the highest ever single-day vaccination achieved in the world so far according to the data administered 86.16 lakh vaccine doses, the highest ever single-day vaccination achieved in the world so far, said the Health Ministry. Cumulatively, 28.87 crore vaccine doses have been administered so far under the nationwide inoculation drive