UP govt: Ambulances to be reserved for women and children in every district

New Delhi: With the impact of the second wave of corona epidemic diminishing, the Yogi government in UP has stepped up its preparations to deal with the third wave. Experts estimate that children and women may be more infected in the third wave. So, the State Government has already made elaborate arrangements for ambulances for women and children in each district.

According to media reports, the Yogi government has prepared 2200 ambulances to deal with such an emergency situation. These ambulances will be reserved for women and children. The priority of the Government is to increase the number of testing in rural areas and the state. In addition, the Yogi government has also announced an extension of lockdown by May 24 to prevent the second wave. The state was also not immune to the havoc of the second wave of corona in the beginning. About 30,000 cases were coming up day by day. But the Yogi Government left no stone unturned to improve the situation in the state. As a result, the transition rate came down to 11 per cent on May 1, compared to around 25 per cent as on April 30. The highest number of corona cases (3,10,783) were registered in the state on the same date.

Such a direct change in the infected people in the state was seen due to the commitment of the Yogi Government. He constituted Team-09 to improve the situation. The team worked actively on the directions of CM Yogi Adityanath to prevent infection from village to village.

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