Center to consider lockdown to control Corona: SC
New Delhi. In order to control the second wave of Corona virus in the country, the Supreme Court has asked the central and state governments to consider a lockdown. Hearing on Sunday night, the Supreme Court said that we would urge the central and state governments to consider banning mass celebrations and super spreader programs. The Supreme Court has asked governments that they may consider imposing a lockdown to curb the second wave virus in the interest of public welfare. Seeing the situation in the second wave of corona virus getting serious, the Supreme Court has taken cognizance of the case itself and said that even if a patient does not have local address certificate or ID proof of a state / union territory, he / she should remain in the hospital Recruiting and giving necessary medicines cannot be denied. The Supreme Court said that the central government should bring a national policy regarding hospitalization in this regard within two weeks. The court said that this policy should be considered by all the state governments. The Supreme Court has made it clear that until the policy is made, no patients can be prevented from being admitted to the hospital without local address proof or ID proof. At the same time, the Supreme Court, in the order of lack of oxygen in the hospitals of Delhi, has said that the oxygen supply of Delhi should be corrected by midnight or before May 3. The central government should prepare the system of supply of oxygen in consultation with the states. Simultaneously disinfect oxygen stock and emergency oxygen sharing space for emergency purposes. Simultaneously in the hearing, the Supreme Court said that the central government should revisit the pricing and availability of the corona virus vaccine, oxygen and essential medicines. Explain that there is an outcry over oxygen in the capital Delhi. In the last few days, many patients have died due to lack of oxygen.