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Delhi CM @ArvindKejriwal to hold a press conference over rising COVID cases in the national capital at 1pm. Sources say, weekend lockdown likely to be announced.India is under covid calamity with pyres and cremation ground overload and hospitals are struggling to combat covid 24X7.
India Covid second wave is Tsunami and hospitals are shortage of health care equipment.Dreading another full lockdown, migrant workers are heading back home as jobs, and their sources of income dry up.
India faces brutal second covid wave with surge 200K covid cases in day.
Briefing Covid India reports 2,00,739 new #COVID19 cases, 93,528 discharges and 1,038 deaths in the last 24 hours, as per Union Health Ministry Total cases: 1,40,74,564 Total recoveries: 1,24,29,564 Active cases: 14,71,877 Death toll: 1,73,123 Total vaccination: 11,44,93,238
India added 2,00,739 new Covid cases in the last 24 hours, an unprecedented figure, to take its toll to 1,40,74,564. With 1,038 people dying in the same time span, the total fatalities rose to 1,73,123.Maharashtra is followed by the southern states of Kerala, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh.
Nalanda shocker: As doctors wait to welcome the health minister, Covid positive patient dies in the ambulance.NDTV reports .Even as Covid cases continue to surge in Haridwar, Uttarakhand’s health secretary has pleaded before the High Court to curtail 50,000 RT-PCR Covid test limit per day.
Mahrasthra Gujarat Bihar three state is the country’s newest COVID-19 hospitals struggle for Oxygen beds Ventilator covid vaccine medicine.Maharashtra Government’s 15-day statewide restrictions, in the wake of the #COVID19 situation, came into effect from 8 pm yesterday. Section 144 imposed across the state. 2989 new #COVID19 cases, up by 32% in #Odisha, 2 die
Delhi at brink with surge in covid cases nation to get to lockdown extended soon to contain second wave emerging brutally lethal stadoum fivestar hotel plan covid beds. Lucknow 400 death unofficial reported.With a sharp rise in deaths due to the latest surge in COVID-19, crematoriums and burial grounds in the city are struggling to manage resources. Delhi crematoriums, graveyards overflowing as Covid spike. North Delhi mayor Jai Prakash said he has written a letter to Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal seeking his help for arranging land for burials.
Gujarat | Ambulances seen in long queues outside Civil Hospital in Ahmedabad Waiting time has increased. For the last 10 days, emergency flow has gone up, over 4500 cases every day. Most of them are COVID patients, 60 more ambulances added: Head-Ops, 108 emergency services
PM Modi says government is committed to ensure adequate availability of COVID vaccines in the country
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has asserted that the government is committed to ensuring adequate availability of COVID vaccines in the country. Mr Modi highlighted that India has become the fastest nation to reach the landmark of ten crore vaccinations.
Interacting with Governors and Lt Governors through video conferencing, Prime Minister said, during the four days of Tika Utsav, the vaccination drive was expanded and new vaccination centres also came up. Mr Modi said, Governors can spread awareness about AYUSH-related remedies along with spreading messages about vaccination and treatment.
Praising the citizens who participated in this battle last year considering it their duty, the Prime Minister said, the same feeling of Janbhagidari needs to be encouraged now as well. Mr Modi said that the combined power of all community organizations, political parties, NGOs and social institutions needs to be harnessed.
Prime Minister suggested that the Governors can actively engage to ensure that social institutions collaborate seamlessly with the State Governments towards micro containment. He said, their social network can help ensure an increase in the capacity of ambulances, ventilators and oxygen in hospitals.
Discussing the surge in the Covid cases, Mr Modi said, in this stage of the fight against the virus, the country stands to gain from last year’s experience and improved healthcare capacity. He also discussed the increase RT-PCR testing capacity and noted that the country has become Aatmanirbhar with respect to kits and other material related to testing.
Speaking on ther occasion, Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu asked Governors to collaborate actively with Chief Ministers in the fight against COVID-19. He said, they can provide guidance to the state governments on crafting a more effective strategy.
The Vice President said, the Governors can act as potential agents of change and supplement the efforts of Chief Ministers in encouraging more partners to contribute in the fight against the pandemic. Mr Naidu asked the Governors to work with the state governments and make it a people’s movement. He said educational institutions, civil society organizations, philanthropists and corporate houses have become active partners during the last one year in the fight against pandemic and there is need to associate them during this second wave as well.
Emphasizing that the importance of adopting Covid-appropriate behaviour needs to be widely communicated, he said, the Governors can greatly expand the public outreach and influence public behaviour. Mr Naidu underlined that the spread of the virus can be controlled with the support of the community.
Expressing concern over the rising number of COVID-19 cases in the country, Mr Naidu cautioned that the healthcare infrastructure will inevitably come under tremendous pressure. He called for special focus on ten states that account for 85 percent of national cases and 89 percent deaths reported in the last 14 days.
The Vice President also noted that the Central government has decided the COVID-19 strategy in close collaboration with the states and called upon everyone to keep political differences aside and act unitedly as a team. He also endorsed the Prime Minister’s suggestion for an all-party meeting saying it will help in brainstorming new ideas, sharing of knowledge and exchange of best practices and effective understanding of field concerns and various perspectives.
Govt talks of Oxygen ease but Maha Shortage of medical oxygen in a number of hospitals in Nashik District Only when oxygen supply is increased we’ll be able to admit more patients. We need 50 cylinders daily but we’re getting only 30 cylinders, says Dr.Yogesh More, Uma Hospital