With the covid-19 impact still not dampened in the nation, it has become worrisome for the citizens. Although it looked normal, soon speculations were rife that the third wave of covid is likely to occur. Although fatalities reduced to a larger extent, the covid cases kept surging up in many states.
Worse things will happen in December if states aren’t well prepared,” the Supreme Court warned today while demanding detailed strategical status report from Delhi, Gujarat, Maharashtra and Assam in two days about the spike in coronavirus cases and methods to control in these states.
Supreme Court sought status report within two days from all states regarding COVID19 situation. SC expressed special concern over rise in COVID-19 cases and patient management in Delhi. Situation in Delhi has worsened in last 2 weeks, observes SC
SC magistrate questioned how are hospitals treating patients and if the necessary beds are really available.
However, Govt officials from all four states stated, they have reserved beds for COVID 19 patients in all hospitals and following a strict model to reduce the severity. SC is due to hear the matter next on Friday.