Short Communication Volume 4 Issue 9

The National Policy and Legal Reality: This Trend of Social Pervasiveness will Continue…,

Said Alavi Kolambil*

Department of Pharmacology, Rajasthan University of Health Sciences/Sanjeevan College of Pharmacy, India

*Corresponding Author: Said Alavi Kolambil, Department of Pharmacology, Rajasthan University of Health Sciences/Sanjeevan College of Pharmacy, India.

Received: July 17, 2021; Published: August 14, 2021

We heard hues and cries from all parts of the world, surely, the major towns were struggling under the strain of government cuts enough without having to conjure additional funds from thin air to meet requirement of some of the most desperate people, it found policy makers struggling to resolve this problem, recent incidents clearly shown how the rotten hand faced by the private health insurance providers, even one who announced comprehensive health coverage pack without any sub limits. Among other things, we can’t deny the fact, substandard medicines and commodities found flourished in the market, it needs to pay higher margin of profit by the common man, no doubt the tense of atmosphere made everyone suffocated we can’t forget how private health care providers looted the wretched man’s money on this pandemic situation.


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Citation: Said Alavi Kolambil. “The National Policy and Legal Reality: This Trend of Social Pervasiveness will Continue…,". Acta Scientific Microbiology 4.9 (2021): 121-124.


Copyright: © 2021 Said Alavi Kolambil. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited.


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