New Delhi Coronavirus, the government has lifted the ban on the export of paracetamol- containing drugs. During this period, paracetamol active pharmaceutical ingredient (API), the export of paracetamol used as raw material, will remain banned. The Directorate General of Foreign Trade (DGFT) gave this information in a notification on Friday. Exporters are required to obtain a license from DGFT for the export of goods falling under the category of Restricted.
The government banned the export of 26 APIs and drugs, including paracetamol, on March 3, in view of the spread of Corona infection and the need for medicines in the country. On April 6, in addition to paracetamol, the ban on the export of 24 APIs and drugs was lifted. Now the export ban on paracetamol-containing drugs has also been lifted. India exported $ 5.41 billion worth of drugs made from paracetamol during April 2019 to January 2020.
India will give 30 million paracetamol tablets to Britain
Earlier, after talks with India to deal with the coronavirus infection, Britain will get 3 million tablets of paracetamol. Paracetamol will reach Britain in the next 2 weeks. All these will be available in the supermarket. This information was given by the Department of Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs of the UK government.
The world is looking towards India with hope at the time of this acute crisis of coronavirus. The reason for this has been to show activeness to this by PM Modi first through SAARC and then G-20, how to deal with the havoc of Corona.
‘Hydroxychloroquine’ made lifesaving for many countries
The international image of India has been enhanced by the way Narendra Medi made it available to all countries including the US, including the hydroxychloroquine, a malaria drug known to be helpful in the treatment of the Kovid-19 disease caused by the coronavirus. The President of the United States and Brazil and the Prime Minister of Israel, Netanyahu, praised PM Modi. The President of Brazil compared PM Medi to Lord Hanuman, who provided life to the people at the time of Kashtha.