Union Minister Nitin Gadkari said people should be prepared for the bad situation in this second wave of Coronavirus

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Nagpur: Union Minister Nitin Gadkari on Wednesday attended the inauguration ceremony of National Cancer Institute Kovid Center in Nagpur. During this, while addressing the program, he warned the people and said that people should be prepared for the bad situation in this second wave of Corona Virus. BJP leader and former Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis was also present on the occasion.

No guarantee for how long Corona will last: Gadkari

Nitin Gadkari said, ‘There is no guarantee of how dangerous the coronavirus (Covid-19) will be and how long it will last. It is difficult to say what will happen in the house, Covid is suffering from the house and what will happen in the next 15 days or 1 month. He said, ‘People should think for the best, but also be prepared for the worst. There is a need for a long term plan to deal with this epidemic.

‘Remedy soon to be diagnosed with Remdesivir deficiency’

On the lack of ‘Remedisvir’, Nitin Gadkari said, ‘Only four pharmaceutical companies in the country have the license to manufacture this anti-V-19 drug. The central government on Wednesday permitted eight more companies to manufacture this drug, which will solve the shortage of Remedisvir.

‘A large number of epidemic cases have surfaced in Nagpur’

Former Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis said that a large number of epidemic cases were coming to light in Nagpur, leading to a shortage of beds, medicines and oxygen reserves in hospitals. He said, “Given the situation, we have established Covid-19 care centre in the National Cancer Center for the treatment of people.”

Corona virus is increasing rapidly in Maharashtra

Union Minister Nitin Gadkari is an MP from Nagpur and at present, cases of Coronavirus in Maharashtra are increasing at a very fast rate in Mumbai and Pune as well as Nagpur in Maharashtra. The lockdown was first imposed in Nagpur, Maharashtra, amidst the second wave of Corona.

The government will import medical oxygen

Keeping in mind the second wave of corona in the country, the government has decided that it will now import medical oxygen. The government has decided to import 50 thousand metric tons of medical oxygen at present. The focus of the central government is on those 12 states where the demand for oxygen has also increased due to the increase in the corona cases. These 12 states include Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat, Uttar Pradesh, Delhi, Chhattisgarh, Karnataka, Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Punjab, Haryana and Rajasthan. Meanwhile, the Center has also issued strict instructions to the states to ensure that oxygen is used a hundred per cent, so that oxygen can reach every needy.

More than 2 lakh new cases surfaced in 24 hours

In India, all records of Coronavirus in India were broken on Thursday and for the first time in the country, more than 2 lakh cases were reported in 24 hours. According to the Union Health Ministry, 2 lakh 739 people were infected with Coronavirus in 24 hours, while 1038 people died during this period. After this, the number of coronae infected in India has gone to 1 crore 40 lakh 74 thousand 564 and 1 lakh 73 thousand 123 people have lost their lives. At the same time, in the 24 hours, 93 thousand 528 people across the country were cured with Covid-19, after which the total number of people who have been cured has increased to 1 crore 24 lakh 29 thousand 564. However, in the last 24 hours, there has been an increase of 1 lakh 6 thousand 173 active cases and now there is 14 lakh 71 Hajar 877 active cases of coronavirus in India.


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