Disagreement among ministers over faulty RTPCR kit, Amit Deshmukh rejects Health Minister Tope’s statement | Globe News Insider

“A committee has been appointed to procure these test kits and action will be taken against the culprits soon after receiving the report,” he said.

Jalna October 14: As many as 12 lakh RTPCR kits required for testing were found to be faulty during the corona crisis in the state. Health Minister Rajesh Tope had pointed the finger at Medical Education Minister Amit Deshmukh’s department, saying the purchase of the kit had nothing to do with the health ministry. Deshmukh has now answered him. Amit Deshmukh has also said that he will meet him and clear up his misunderstanding.

Meanwhile, the state has received RTPCR test kits from a supplier designated by the central government’s ICMR body and these test kits have turned out to be defective. Our medical education department has discovered that these kits are defective and we have stopped the supply of these test kits.

Now ICMR is supplying these test kits and they will supply these kits till further arrangements. Amit Deshmukh said that a committee has been appointed to procure the test kits and action will be taken against the culprits soon.

Meanwhile, the number of corona victims in the country has crossed 72 lakh. More than 63,000 people have been infected with the corona in the last 24 hours. So 730 patients have died due to corona. The number of coronaviruses has been declining since the second week of October. So far 1 lakh 10 thousand 586 people have lost their lives from Corona. The number of people recovering from corona has reached 63,01,928. At present, the recovery rate in India is 87% and coronary artery recovery is the highest.

The number of new corona patients and deaths in Maharashtra has been declining in the last few days. The same decline continued on Tuesday. During the day, 15,353 patients recovered and went home. To date, a total of 12,97,252 infected patients have overcome coronary heart disease. As a result, the recovery rate of patients in the state has reached 84.3 per cent.

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