COVID-19: Modi government demands 250 ventilators in Himachal amid growing Corona crisis
Corona virus in Himachal: In two consignments of Himachal Pradesh, 750 ventilators were given from the central government. Now 250 of these centers have asked for it back. Serious patients of Corona are coming out in other states than Himachal.
16th April, 2021
The central government has withdrawn 250 ventilators from the Himachal Pradesh government amid growing cases of corona across the country. A mail regarding this has been issued to the state government by the Union Health Ministry. It says that these ventilators should not be used in hospitals. Let us know that due to corona in the last year, the Union Health Ministry has given 750 ventilators to Himachal. Out of this, now the Center has asked for 250 ventilators back from the state government.
According to the media report, the way corona cases are increasing in the state, and serious patients continue to come to hospitals, due to this ventilator shortage may occur. In states like Delhi, Maharashtra, Gujarat, Corona have taken a form of hazing. In such a situation, these ventilators will be sent to these states.
Himachal got ventilator in two lots
When the coronavirus was at its peak in Himachal Pradesh, the state received 500 ventilators from the central government during that time. These ventilators were installed in the Kovid Center. But when there was the first wave of corona in Himachal, very few patients were on ventilators during that time. Now in the second wave, the cases of corona in Himachal have increased considerably. Please tell that two months ago, 250 ventilators have been received by the government. Now they have been recalled.
Corona's condition in Himachal
In Himachal Pradesh, the figure of corona infected has reached 73353 and there are 7362 active cases. So far 64807 infected people have been cured and 1146 have died. Samples of 5002 people were taken during the last 24 hours to investigate the corona, of which 2779 reports have been negative. In 24 hours, 589 infections have been cured.