MP: CM Shivraj apologizes, says 'He is trying his best to provide medical facilities'
MP: CM Shivraj apologizes, says 'He is trying his best to provide medical facilities'

Bhopal: Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan addressed the citizens yesterday. In the meantime, he said, "We are trying our best to provide medical facilities, but if there is any shortage, I am sorry for it". Almost all districts (where the positivity rate is more than 10%) including Bhopal, the capital of Madhya Pradesh. There are reports of lack of oxygen every day.

At the same time, there is black marketing of injections which can be seen as register certified FIR the police department. Giving the figures, Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan said, "The number of infected citizens has remained stable for the last 3 days while the number of healthy citizens is increasing. That is, the positivity rate is stable and the recovery rate is increasing. The Chief Minister also said, "There is still a long battle left. We can win this battle only by staying at home. '

He appealed to the people of Gram Panchayats and rural areas to treat people infected with coronavirus in one's house. Create a small entertainment zone around their house. Arrange their food and medicines. Similarly, small sustainment zones should be set up in cities also. So that the infection can be prevented from spreading. In addition, he said, "Treat doctors and medical staff working to cure coronavirus infections and treat infected patients. These are the people who are saving our lives in times of crisis. You should be polite to them. '

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