CM Uddhav Thackeray on Coronavirus: Maharashtra ready for possible third wave – CM | Coronavirus-latest-news
Corona’s condition is still persistent in some states of the country, raising concerns. In this context, Prime Minister Narendra Modi held a meeting with the Chief Ministers of six states today and had a detailed discussion.
Mumbai, July 16: Possible third wave of corona (Corona pandemic) Growing crowds while coping is a big challenge. In this regard, it is up to the Central Government to stop the crowds in various places due to religious and social reasons as well as political events and agitations (Central Government) Now, Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray has requested for a comprehensive policy at the national level (CM Uddhav Thackeray) Prime Minister Narendra Modi (PM Narendra Modi) Has done. Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray informed about the concrete steps taken by Maharashtra to combat the second wave of Kovid and the planning for the third possible wave in a meeting organized by the television system today. The Chief Minister was speaking at a meeting of Prime Minister Narendra Modi with the Chief Ministers of six states in the country.
Will further reduce the number of patients
Although the number of patients and death rate in Maharashtra is declining, it needs to be further reduced. We are also expediting the vaccination of front line workers and reducing the rate of wastage of vaccines, he said.
Thanking the Prime Minister for guiding the state from time to time in the Corona situation, the Chief Minister said that the tail of the second wave is also still wagging, while the number of patients is declining but not completely reduced. Not only in Maharashtra, but in all places, people are rushing out of their houses, crowds are gathering. Revenge tourism, revenge shopping has started. Crowds are starting to gather for religious, political reasons. The state is trying to stop this, but even at the central level, it seems that we have to come up with some comprehensive policy.
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Request from the Center of Excellence
Assuring that Maharashtra is ready to deal with the third possible wave of corona and that measures are being taken to keep the industry afloat, Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray said the state should get maximum doses of vaccines, control the prices of essential medicines and help set up Centers of Excellence for post-covidar treatment. Made such a request.
Care so as not to affect the industry
Under no circumstances will Kovid affect products and services in the future and care will be taken to ensure that transactions continue. A task force on Kovid has been set up for the industry and will be monitored by the Chief Minister’s Secretariat, he said.
The Chief Minister also said that instructions have been given to the industries such as division of work and meal times, also division of meal times, vaccination of all workers, temporary accommodation of workers in the company premises like field hospitals.
Creation of environment due to corona free villages
“We have created a conducive environment in the state by organizing competitions for corona-free villages,” he said. He also said that a task force has been formed to prevent covid in children.
The need for oxygen
The Chief Minister said that considering the amount given by the Center, the state would need about 4,000 metric tonnes of oxygen per day in a possible third wave. We can produce 2 thousand metric tons. The remaining 2,000 metric tons of oxygen would be of great help only if it came from a nearby state. The Center should help Maharashtra to get LMO from Bhilai, Jamnagar, Bellary Steel Plant. He said that 530 PSA oxygen plants are being set up in every district in the state and district wise oxygen management planning has been done.
Get extra doses
At present, 8 to 10 districts in Western Maharashtra and Konkan are still infected, the CM said, adding that 2.06 crore people under the age of 18 in these districts need to be given both full doses. Currently 87.90 lakh doses are given here. Therefore, if an additional 3 crore doses are given, priority can be given to complete vaccination in all these districts, he said.
Medicine prices need to be reduced
Monoclonal antibodies are currently effective in treatments but cost between Rs 50,000 and Rs 60,000 per dose. In the third wave, even if the drug is given to 50,000 patients, it will cost Rs 300 crore. This was also stated by the Chief Minister.
Folklore for masks
Doctors and nurses in hospitals and clinics treated people wearing only masks. Initially there were PPE kits but later doctors have treated them by wearing masks. Today, the mask is our true protector, for which public education and strict implementation is required at all levels, for which the state government is making efforts, said the Chief Minister.