Giving reply to a discussion on the issue in the Rajya Sabha, Nadda said the government was serious in its efforts to tackle the disease and it was taking all necessary measures.
Nadda assured that there was no shortage of medicines and swine flu testing facilities were being provided free of cost at specified government hospitals.
"No stone has been left unturned as far as seriousness is concerned and all efforts have been made. I assure the House and the members that there is no shortage of medicines. There is no need to panic, but we have to be alert," the minister said.
"I want to assure the House that the inputs given by you will be discussed at the review meeting today. Keeping in mind the sentiments of the House, I will take efforts in all possible ability at my command," Nadda said.
He said the Cabinet Secretary has contacted chief secretaries of all states on whether there was any shortage of medicies or facilities and whether pro[per measures were being taken to tackle the disease.
State hospitals were asked to set up isolation wards, give training to doctors and give them with personal protection equipment.