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K’taka govt implements new system to prevent black marketing of Remdesivir


Team Udayavani, May 23, 2021, 12:23 PM IST

Bengaluru: The State government here has implemented a new system to bring transparency in the distribution of Remdesivir and curtail black marketing of the drug.

Tweeting about it, Health and Medical Education Minister Dr K Sudhakar said, “In order to bring transparency in allocation of Remdesivir a tech-driven system has been developed and now the patient will get a SMS informing which hospital is provided the medicine against the SRF ID. Citizens can also check info using this link. https://covidwar.karnataka.gov.in/service2

“In case if the #Remdesivir is allocated against the SRF ID & the hospital has not provided it to the patient, a facility is provided in the same link to report it to the government. This will help govt in curbing blackmarketing & misuse of Remdesivir,” Sudhakar added.

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