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    Minister Harish Rao ensures free 134 medical tests in T-Diagnostics.

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    Hyderabad: Minister Harish Rao announced that agriculture will be provided for the health of Telangana. He stated that all kinds of medical supplies and tests are being provided free of cost in government pharmacies. It has been reported that 70% of deliveries are taking place in government pharmacies. T-Diagnostics has introduced 134 medical tests virtually from the Kondapur government pharmacy, according to Minister Harish Rao. They are conducting all the tests in PHC’s free of cost. This program is said to be the first of its kind in the country.

    Minister Harish Rao stated that T-Diagnostics centers and radiology centers have been set up in 31 districts of the state. He also mentioned that work is underway in two more districts and will be completed soon. He praised the doctors for risking their lives and protecting the people during the COVID-19 pandemic. He emphasized that the work of doctors in the state is remarkable. World Doctors Day wishes were also conveyed to all the doctors who have made Telangana a leader in the field of healthcare.

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    The initiative of providing free medical tests through T-Diagnostics is a significant step towards ensuring accessible healthcare for all in Telangana. This move will not only benefit the people but also contribute to the overall development of the state’s healthcare sector. With the introduction of virtual testing, people can now avail medical services without having to visit physical centers, reducing the risk of exposure to COVID-19.

    The government’s focus on promoting agriculture for the health of Telangana reflects their commitment to improving the well-being of the people. By providing free medical supplies and tests, especially during these challenging times, the government is ensuring that everyone has access to quality healthcare facilities.

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    The introduction of T-Diagnostics centers and radiology centers in various districts further strengthens the state’s healthcare infrastructure. This will help in timely diagnosis and treatment of diseases, leading to better health outcomes for the people. The government’s efforts to expand these facilities to more districts highlight their determination to provide comprehensive healthcare services to every corner of the state.

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    The recognition of Telangana as a frontrunner in the field of healthcare by World Doctors Day is a testament to the hard work and dedication of the doctors in the state. Their tireless efforts in saving lives and ensuring the well-being of the people deserve appreciation and applause.

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    In conclusion, the government’s initiative to provide free medical supplies and tests through T-Diagnostics centers is a significant step towards improving healthcare accessibility in Telangana. The expansion of these facilities to various districts reflects the government’s commitment to ensuring comprehensive healthcare services for all. The recognition received on World Doctors Day further highlights the remarkable work of doctors in the state. With these efforts, Telangana is paving the way for a healthier and prosperous future.

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