PM Modi launches crash course for frontline workers

On Friday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated a special training course for Covid warriors across the country under Skill India through video conferencing. This course will help to enhance the skills of Covid-19 Frontline workers.

Modi said their government was working to create nearly 1 lakh, frontline workers, across the country. He expressed concern that the coronavirus was constantly changing its form. The virus is changing its form and challenging the country. He said we observed the challenges posed by the transforming coronavirus during the second wave of the Covid-19 pandemic. These virus forms are likely to change further. He said that we should be more prepared to fight this virus.

With this aim in mind that six training programs for frontline workers have been launched across the country from today (Friday). He said nearly one lakh frontline workers would be trained in a customized crash course through these programs.

The training will be given in Home Care Support, Basic Care Support, Advanced Care Support, Emergency Care Support, Sample Collection Support and Medical Equipment Support. He said efforts were being made to provide ventilators and oxygen concentrators to hospitals. He said the process needed to set up more than 1,500 oxygen concentrators was underway.

As per the ANI,  PM said that people below 45 years of age will get the same treatment for vaccination as for people above 45 years of age from June 21st.

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