50 mobile clinics are set in motion in Chennai for the distribution of Indian medicines

The people will be provided with Indian medicines like Kabasara Kudineer, Nilavembu Kudineer, and other concoctions.

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The government and private hospitals in Chennai have been reporting a spike in cold and fever cases. Majorly in the areas where water stagnation is prevalent. The state government has initiated 50 mobile clinics across the city for the distribution of Indian medicines. 

On Wednesday, the state health and family welfare minister M Subramanian inaugurated the clinics on the Arignar Anna Government Hospital for Indian Medicine campus. There are 1,560 such centre across the state which will operate to treat people for dengue and other infections. 

The people will be provided with Indian medicines like Kabasara Kudineer, Nilavembu Kudineer, and other concoctions. The 50 mobile units in Chennai city will be on the move to cover all the 200 wards in Corporation limits. Each mobile will be having three doctors and carry 30 litres each of Kabsara Kudineer and Nilavembu Kudineer and herbal capsules, balms, etc. will be distributed to people living in areas where water stagnation is high.