ICAR assessing impact of Covid-19 lockdown on agriculture, allied sectors

Government agri-study entire body ICAR is evaluating the affect of Covid-19 lockdown on agriculture and allied sectors and taking measures to minimise its effect on the country’s meals safety, a senior ICAR official reported.

The Indian Council of Agricultural Investigation (ICAR) is the apex entire body for coordinating, guiding, and controlling study and instruction in agriculture in the complete country underneath the aegis of Ministry of Agriculture and Farmers Welfare.

“ICAR is preparing files on the doable affect on agriculture and allied sectors and measures to minimise the negatives so that the meals process stays unaffected,” the official reported.

When the govt has exempted several agricultural operations from harvesting to movement of generate to mandis from lockdown guidelines, the ICAR review will help the govt acquire more action, the official included.

The official reported that ICAR experienced issued crop-certain advisories to farmers, inquiring them to acquire standard safety measures and

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COVID-19: Atos and the City of Vienna implement system for digital epidemic management

Vienna, Austria Paris, France – April three, 2020

Atos, a global leader in electronic transformation, has been commissioned by the Vienna Metropolis Council Office 15, the Wellbeing Provider of the Metropolis of Vienna, to produce and put into practice an Epidemic Administration Program (EMS) to help the management of the unfold of infectious conditions. Thanks to the ongoing present-day COVID-19 disaster, EpiSYS, a electronic platform, which merchants and manages all affected person data and data linked to the virus – which includes monitoring and tracing affected person incident reviews, in true-time – will be built accessible to other municipalities and provinces in Austria by the conclusion of the week.

EpiSYS – A very clear and successful Epidemic Administration Program

EpiSYS has been in procedure considering the fact that early March to help manage the present-day epidemic. It enables healthcare industry experts (doctors, healthcare employees, nurses etc and people operating

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