Central govt wrote a letter to the states, gave these instructions
Central govt wrote a letter to the states, gave these instructions

New Delhi: Corona cases have started to scare in many countries of the world including China, and Japan. Meanwhile, the Indian government has geared up. After the increase in corona cases in the country, the central government has asked the states and union territories to ensure the availability of necessary life-saving equipment in hospitals including medical oxygen, and ventilators. Along with this, the Center has asked the states to be fully prepared to face any challenge.

The Health Ministry has asked the states to ensure that oxygen-generating plants are kept in full active mode and regular mock drills are conducted to test them. According to the report, in a letter to all states and union territories, Additional Secretary of the Health Ministry Manohar Agnani said that even after the number of corona cases in the country has come down, the medical infrastructure should not be allowed to deteriorate to deal with any situation.

So keep the availability of ventilators. Also, there should be no shortage in the supply of oxygen. Agnani said medical oxygen is an important resource. Especially during the corona management, its importance increases. Because due to Corona management, oxygen supply is very important to save lives.

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