RTPCR test to be doubled in villages, government will have to take tough steps, Uday Kotak said on Corona
The Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) has appealed to the central government to take strict measures, including curbing economic activities at the national level, to control the outbreak of corona infection in the country. At the same time, in rural areas of the country, the RT-PCR test of Corona in rural areas has also been asked to be doubled.
CII President Uday Kotak said in a statement on Monday, "The government should take stringent steps at a high level to stop the second wave of corona virus. For the time being, to save the lives of people, it is necessary to stop the spread of corona first.
Stern steps taken by the government
Health infrastructure is being built on an emergency basis by the governments in the Center and the states, but it will take time. "He said," In this critical time when the death toll is increasing rapidly, economic activities from the CII government Urges strict action at the national level, including curbing. Health workers and workers working on the frontline are working hard to reduce the number of patients. However, it is not possible to curb the speed of corona proliferation with existing health facilities. We should get expert advice from India and abroad on this subject.
Central Security Force should be deployed
The CII has also suggested the deployment of the army and central security forces for the maintenance of health services and infrastructure and security in hospitals for medical personnel. He said that the government can also take help of retired medical personnel, doctors and nurses to control the spread of Corona.
Use medical students
Apart from this, she has said that the training of general nursing and midwifery students has been completed recently. Students can be deployed to help in Kovid Intensive Medicine class by stopping their examinations. Apart from CII, many trade organizations have suggested the government to take tough measures to curb the corona. Businessmen's organization CAT had suggested the Delhi government to pursue the lockdown.