BJP MP from Kanpur Satyadev Pachauri (bjp mp satyadev pachauri) on Thursday wrote a letter to Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath (Cm yogi aadityanath) to the district administration and health department officials on the third wave of Covid-19 pendemic. In view of the fear of this, we have already requested to give instructions to prepare.
Referring to the lack of proper treatment for Kovid-19 patients in Kanpur district, the MP said that patients are not getting treatment in time and are dying outside their homes, ambulances or hospitals. More people are dying in the second wave than the first wave of Kovid-19 epidemic.
'Government ready before third wave'
Pachauri said in the letter that many experts in the country and abroad have feared that a third wave of the Kovid-19 pandemic may occur in India, which would be relatively deadliest.
He said that the government should prepare for this in advance. Medical staff, paramedical staff, oxygen, medicines and vaccination will have to be properly arranged so that people do not face difficulties in the third wave of the Kovid-19 epidemic.
The MP has requested the Chief Minister to meet with the officials and make concrete arrangements to deal with it before the third wave. He said that he felt that everyone should get medical help during the epidemic.
26780 new patients found in last 24 hours
On the other hand, 26780 new Kovid cases have come up in Uttar Pradesh during the last 24 hours while 353 people have died due to this. The Yogi government has also issued an order to give 25 percent incentive for doctors to doctors, nurses, para medical and scavengers working on the front line against Kovid.
Additional Chief Secretary of Medical and Health Department Amit Mohan Prasad told that the number of people who died due to this virus has increased to 14504 in UP. During the last 24 hours, Kovid-19 infection has been confirmed in 26780 new patients in the state. At the same time, 28902 patients have recovered and returned to their homes. Currently, 259844 Kovid-19 infected patients are being treated in the state. In a meeting with team-9 officials, CM Yogi on Thursday approved the plan related to providing oxygen at home to patients with home isolation.