The Supreme Court has given the government a number of important pieces of advice to fight the coronavirus. The court also recommended a lockdown to bring the corona under control.
New Delhi May 03: Corona has been around the country for some time now (Coronavirus in India) Literally the thyme is worn. About four lakh new patients are coming forward every day. In such a situation, the Supreme Court to fight with Corona (Supreme Court) The government has been given a number of important pieces of advice. The court ordered a lockdown to bring Corona under control (Lockdown) Advice is also given. In addition to vaccines (Corona Vaccine) The court has also asked to change the purchase policy once again. The court said that failure to do so would be an impediment to the right to public health, which is an integral part of Article 21 of the Constitution.
According to the English newspaper Indian Express, Justices DY Chandrachud, L. Nageshwar Rao and S. Ravindra Bhat’s bench also said that the government should take care that its social and economic impact would be lessened before the lockdown. According to the court, special arrangements should be made for those who may suffer from lockdown.
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Currently there is a situation of dissatisfaction about hospitals across the country. People are complaining about the lack of hospital beds. In such a situation, the Supreme Court has advised the Center to formulate a national policy for hospital admissions. The court has asked for the policy to be formulated within two weeks. According to the Supreme Court, hospitalization or refusal of essential medicines should not be denied due to lack of local resident proof or identity card.
Last month, on April 20, the central government announced a new revised policy on vaccine procurement. The Center had said that it would now buy only 50 per cent of the vaccines. The remaining 50 per cent of the vaccine can now be purchased directly by state and private companies at an expensive rate. But a three-judge bench of the Supreme Court has directed to centralize the procurement of vaccines and decentralize the distribution between the states and union territories.
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The apex court has asked the state and central governments to provide information on the availability of vaccines and their expected availability for the next six months. In addition, the court has asked the Center, what other options did you consider to speed up the vaccination campaign?