Government wants to ensure that the virus doesn’t spread, according to health minister Mandaviya.
The central government has held a slew of meetings since last week after the surge in China cases caught the world’s attention. Nearly 18 per cent of the neighbouring country’s population is estimated to have been affected amid the current surge, believed to be driven by Omicron subvariant BF.7.
The Indian government is making sure that the virus does not spread in the coming days. We have to ensure readiness. Just the way Delhi’s Safdarjung Hospital is ready, we want other hospitals to be ready too, says Health Minister Shripad Narottam Murthy.
Last week, the central government had sent advisories to states on making sure that enough medical oxygen was available.
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