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Govt to accommodate health workers who worked during pandemic

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Panaji: Chief Minister Pramod Sawant assured to “accommodate in government services” all those in the health sector, who worked for government services during pandemic.

Addressing an event here on Thursday, Sawant said that the State government will give priority in regular services to all those doctors, nurses and paramedics, who worked (for government services) during COVID-19 pandemic.

“Whoever are working on a contract basis in health sector including doctors, nurses and para medics.. wherever we can accommodate them, we will do that,” the chief minister said.

“I wont promise that I would get them fix (regularize) in the government job. But whenever there are posts created, we will give them priority,” he said.

The chief minister also said that those who worked in health sector during pandemic would be  allowed to continue in their services.

“Those who worked during pandemic for a year and year and half will be accommodated in health department,” he announced.

Pointing out to the AYUSH doctors, who were on services during pandemic, Sawant said “there are several AYUSH doctors who were working on a minimum salary basis, their issue also will be resolved.”

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  1. AAP has given 1 Cr. For the Frontline Warriors who died of Covid-19 Disease. Hope BJP will do the same in Goa.

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