Long Covid strategy of Govt of India

My first cousin’s clinical practice in Texas USA is now 75% LongCOVID and has a 4-month plus wait list. The vast majority of them (90%) had mild COVID & now they are not the same due to:
Fatigue
Brain damage
Ringing
Dizziness
Headaches
Numbness
Tremors
Palpitations

Can we discuss this for India and get the Govt to have a national long covid plan.

Feel Govt ot India is not even discussing this because many times we are just too busy in things that hardly matter. more  

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Government too busy questioning World Health Organisation's statistics about India's numbers of pandemic related deaths. This too when Indian government got self-congratulatory, insofar as our handling was better, when the same statistical reports showing how in the west pandemic caused about a million deaths.While the same government has done well vaccinating the masses, let the results speak for the work done. People will eventually recognise the truth. more  
It is shameful but true that Long Covid is a term that most people are not even aware of ... Whether in India or even the rest of the world ... Awareness must be created and authorities must get seriously doing something about it asap. more  
I feel the Pfizer vaccine is not good. My daughter in the US took her shots and did not feel well at all. In fact she got severe covid after her second shot. I feel that the Indian covidshield is better and sustains us for at least 9 months. The booster dose especially helps but then I take precautionary meds too, like Ashwagandha, vitamin C, Vitamin D and zinc and selenium too. more  
Deenaz Bulsara there is no proof of this what you are talking about. I wish people stop asking government to get in everything. What is the government going to do about your symptoms?? more  
USA/ EU Policies Not worked Here.Try to adopt Desi formulas. Not to spread panic through Social Media. The CORONA will re-appeared again as around cores of Vaccines dosages are lying idle with expiry date in June. If Not Consumed it will be big loss of Pharma Companies. So they will spread virus through social media writers , news media , channels & few paid propaganda writers by giving examples of USA & EU. Thry will keep silence about Neighboring countries like Pakistan, Bangladesh , Nepal , Srilanka , Bhutan etc. as they do not have money to buy. more  
I feel it's necessary in our context and as we know that covid will come back in different variants it's more so important to have a long time plan. I'm sure the Govt will take cognigence and act accordingly. more  
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