Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday held a virtual meeting with experts to review the availability of oxygen and drugs. He also reviewed the human resources situation regarding the Covid-19 epidemic, and Minister Narendra Modi, on Sunday, held a meeting with experts to review the availability of oxygen and drugs and ways to increase it. It reviewed the human resources situation regarding the COVID-19 pandemic and also provided ways to increase the epidemic. Government sources reported that the Prime Minister reviewed today the issue of increasing human resources for the effective management of Covid-19 virus in the country.
During this meeting, several steps were taken to encourage students and corrupt students from medical and nursing courses to engage in Covid duty.
Several important decisions were taken
According to Indian government sources, many decisions were taken at this meeting. This NEET delay may include decision making and encouraging MBBS case studies so that they can join the required assignment. Decisions may also involve the use of MBBS services and nursing students in the final year of the Government of India in Covid Duty. According to government sources, preference will be given to medical workers who do their duty in government employment in addition to financial incentives.
Corona’s situation deteriorated
The increasing cases of Coronavirus in the country have placed a great concern for everyone. More than 3 new cases of infection were reported within 24 hours on Sunday. Earlier on Saturday, more than 4 lakh cases were reported. This is the largest number of cases reported in a single day so far. There were 3,92,488 cases of coronavirus in the past 24 hours in the country. During this period, 3,689 people died. As a result, the number of infected people has so far increased to 1,95,57,457, while the number of people who have died in the grip of this epidemic has increased to 2,15,542. At present, the number of active cases in the country is 3349644. Active cases make up 17.13% of the total infections. The Corona cure rate decreased to 81.84% and the death rate was 1.10%. To date, 1,59,92,271 people have been cured of the disease.
Meanwhile, Bhaskar Kholbi, Adviser to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, wrote to the Federal Ministry of Health on Saturday to supply the Sardar Patil Covid Care Center in Delhi with 150 ventilators. At the request of Director-General of the Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) SS Deswal, ventilators were made available to COVID care centers under the PM-CARES Fund. ITBP started the Sardar Patel COVID Care Center at the Radha Somi Satsang Beas facility in Delhi, which started operating on April 26th with 500 oxygen beds.