COVID-19 Helpline Numbers During Bus Travel in India
The Indian Government has been trying to take all the possible steps in order to curb the spread of Coronavirus in the country. Since the COVID-19 outbreak in India, which was first reported on the 30th of January 2020, there have been a large number of questions on safety and precautionary measures taken against Coronavirus. Taking this into account, the Government of India has set a state-wise helpline desk for any query related to COVID-19. By dialing the state helpline number, people can not only report COVID cases detected nearby but they can also clear out any doubts they might have on the virus. Following is the list of helpline numbers of states and union territories in India:
Central Helpline Number for Coronavirus: +91–11–23978046
While some states and union territories of India are provided with the free emergency numbers (102, 104, & 108) for health advice, medical emergency, and medical transport services, other states have their own unique helpline numbers.
States & Union Territories with a Common Medical Emergency Number
States & Union Territories with Unique Helpline Numbers