Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday held a virtual meeting with experts to review the availability of oxygen and medicine. He also reviewed the human resource situation about the COVID-19 epidemic, and on Sunday, Minister Narendra Modi held a meeting with experts to review the availability of oxygen and medicine on ways to increase it. He reviewed the human resource situation about the COVID-19 epidemic and also provided ways to increase it. According to government sources, the Prime Minister today reviewed the matter of increasing human resources for effective management of COVID-19 in the country.
During this meeting, several steps were taken to encourage students and pass-outs of medical and nursing courses to engage in Kovid duty.
Many important decisions were taken
According to Indian government sources, many more decisions were also taken in this meeting. Such delay in NEET examination may include decision making and encouraging the study of MBBS pass-outs so that they can join the coveted duty. The decisions may also include the use of services of MBBS and nursing students in the final year of the Government of India in Covid Duty. According to government sources, medical personnel doing coved duty will be given preference in government recruitment as well as financial incentives.
Corona's worsening situation
Increasing cases of corona infection in the country have put everyone in deep concern. More than 3 lakh new cases were reported within 24 hours on Sunday. Earlier on Saturday, more than 4 lakh cases were reported. This is the highest number of cases reported in a single day so far. There have been 3,92,488 cases of coronavirus in the last 24 hours in the country. During this period, 3689 people have died. Due to this, the number of people infected so far has 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 33,49,644. Active cases make up 17.13% of the total infections. The recovery rate from Corona has come down to 81.84 percent and the death rate to 1.10 percent. As of now, 1,59,92,271 people have been cured of the disease.
Meanwhile, Bhaskar Khulbe, Advisor to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, wrote to the Union Health Ministry on Saturday to provide 150 ventilators to the Sardar Patel COVID Care Center in Delhi. Following the request of the Director General of Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) SS Deswal, ventilators have been provided 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 functioning on April 26 with 500 oxygen beds.