An exercise has begun to identify additional infrastructure to establish isolation centers at each station for personnel, the Army said.
Defense Minister Rajnath Singh meets with senior officials in New Delhi on Thursday.
As the number of Coronavirus cases increases, the Army is on the warpath to establish more quarantine centers for its personnel and expand its medical infrastructure for civilians.
An exercise has begun to identify additional infrastructure to establish isolation centers at each station for personnel, the Army said. "The Indian Army is prepared to expand its network of hospital and laboratory facilities to assist civil administration at hot spots of COVID-19," said an army official.
So far, the Army has run quarantine centers in Manesar, Jaisalmer, and Jodhpur for Indians stranded abroad.
There is a plan to increase public health experts in severely affected areas if necessary.
Additional training for Army medical personnel has also been conducted at various hospitals to better prepare them for COVID-19.
On Thursday, Defense Minister Rajnath Singh held a review meeting with his officials to discuss the ministry's action plan.