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Over 35 Experts Participated In eHEALTH Summit 2020

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HEAL foundation, a non-profit organisation, organised eHEALTH Summit in association with Business World during the lockdown on 2nd May 2020. The eSummit lasted for 8 hours from 11:00 AM to 07:00 PM managing over 6 online sessions.

The panelist on this eSummit focused on the challenges of the COVID19 patients and the after-effects of this infectious disease on mental, physical and economic health of the country. Each session held over 1000 enthusiastic participants flooded with queries.

“I am overwhelmed on getting the responses from across the spectrum about the grand success of this 1st LIVE eHEALTH Summit. I am also indebted to all the participants who took out time to attend this and to the esteemed panelists, and the keynote speakers and moderators who together helped to steer it to such prominence which I didn’t expect. Let’s together defeat this calamity and bounce back to normalcy”, said Dr Swadeep Srivastava, Founder, HEAL Foundation.

Over 35 speakers from different sectors — medico, nutritionist, social activist, spiritual guru, entrepreneur, politician, Bollywood actress, women’s rights crusader, journalist and psychiatrist attended the eSUMMIT and shared the insightful tips as to how to combat this unprecedented crisis.

“The govt. has been doing its bit bountifully to deal with the COVID19 pandemic and the crisis it has brought along. We have deployed all the healthcare workers from top to bottom, laying certain restrictions on public so that the most effective preventive measure – social distancing is not violated. Almost 2300 COVID19 cases and 42 deaths out of it have been reported in the UP state. We have been providing the necessary logistics wherever required. The govt. is all set to make essential arrangements for over 15 lakh migrant laborers working in different nook and corner of the country coming back to their homes”, said Mr Jai Pratap Singh, Minister of Medical & Health, Family Welfare, Mother & Child Welfare, Govt., of Uttar Pradesh.

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