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Wednesday, 19 May 2021

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The Hon'ble court had on Tuesday passed an order in the Gujarat High Court against the hearing of Korona Suo Moto. In the order, the high court told the state government that the second wave of corona was spreading rapidly in rural areas. Because RTP-CR facilities and other infrastructural facilities are not available in rural areas. 

This problem leads to delays in diagnosis and delays in treatment of such patients. The court also sought important suggestions and answers from the government on other issues like remedy, oxygen.

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How will the High Court order for Monday's hearing be distributed? He said that the Central government was slapped on why the Gujarat government is given less injections.

Ahmedabad: What will be the course of action by the state and central government to achieve adequate quota of remedies? The government has also instructed the court not to provide any information. The Hon'ble Court said in the order that the Central Government has not put on record the policy and decision regarding the allocation of therapeutic injections. 

The court also said that, in the opinion of medical experts, an intensive drive for vaccination could save lives or at least prevent the development of serious infections. The court directed the central government to keep the information on record for this.

Also read Remedivivir on May 11, hearing on Oxygen-Corona Sumoto, Gujarat High Court seeks important suggestions and answers, Central government gives affidavit Advocate Rasesh Parikh said? Gujarat High Court advocate Rashesh Parikh told ETV that the need to focus on reconciliation has been emphasized. 

He said that the Hon'ble Court had on April 24, 2020 criticized the Central Government for the low incidence of remedial injections in Gujarat. He also directed the Center and the state government to work out a solution in the near future.

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