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Health Ministry has decided to deploy Central teams to ten states that are witnessing high spurt of COVID-19 cases.

New Delhi:0/5/20: Health Ministry has decided to deploy Central teams to ten states that are witnessing high caseload and high spurt of COVID-19 cases.
The teams will assist the State Health departments to facilitate management of COVID-19 outbreak. The states are Gujarat, Tamil Nadu, Uttar Pradesh, Delhi, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Punjab, West Bengal, Andhra Pradesh and Telangana.
As per the reports, the central teams are comprised of a senior official from the Health Ministry, a Joint Secretary level nodal officer and a public health expert. They will support the State health department in implementation of containment measures in the affected areas. These teams are beside the 20 central teams of public health experts who were earlier sent to the high caseload districts. A high-level team had recently been deputed to Mumbai to support the State efforts in COVID-19 response and management.

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