Despite COVID-19 challenges, government focused on improving healthcare: Meghalaya CM

Conrad Sangma, the CM of Meghalaya, has said that his government is committed to the betterment of healthcare services throughout the state.

Despite the hurdles posed by COVID-19, he stated that the administration is "dedicated" to improving healthcare services in the state. "The COVID-19 epidemic presented a challenge to the administration, but the government is attempting to improve health care facilities via a coordinated effort," stated Meghalaya chief minister Conrad Sangma.

"The government is dedicated to ensuring the overall improvement of health care services in the state," he added. Recently Conrad inaugrated two healthcare centres in the West Garo Hills area on Friday. Community Health Centre (CHC) in Bhaitbari and Public Health Centre (PHC) at Chibinang are the two new healthcare facilities.

In the presence of MLAs SG Esmatur Mominin and Abdus Saleh, the Meghalaya Chief Minister opened the healthcare centres. The state government is "dedicated to providing better health services" for the people of the region, according to CM Sangma, who spoke at the inaugural celebration in Bhaitbari.

According to an official release, "the opening of the new CHC is testament of the Government's efforts to make quality healthcare available to the people."

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