When suddenly the second wave of the corona epidemic had gained momentum in the country and wreaked havoc. In the second wave of Covid, lakhs of people were getting infected every day and thousands of lives were being lost. The health system was badly broken. There was a severe shortage of oxygen, medicine, beds, and ventilators in hospitals. However, now the outbreak of the second wave of the pandemic has subsided. Meanwhile, experts warned of a third wave of the pandemic on the way. In view of the warning of the third wave, the government is constantly engaged in upgrading the health system so that the coming challenge can be dealt with. Let us tell how the country’s health system has been repaired.
The second wave of the epidemic suddenly took a formidable form in the country 90 days ago. The health system had knelt. People’s breathing was stopping due to a lack of oxygen. There was a tussle in hospitals for beds, ventilators, oxygen, medicines, and ambulances. People were dying outside the hospital and on the pavement due to a lack of treatment. The devastation of the second wave in India also made headlines internationally. Many countries, including America and Russia, extended a helping hand. At the same time, the Supreme Court strongly reprimanded the central government for its failure to deal with the epidemic. At the same time, there was tremendous resentment against the Modi government among the common people feeling helpless and helpless.
The decrease in popularity became active.
The Modi government, seeing the decline in its popularity in the second wave of the epidemic, emphasized repairing the health system. Rapidly started the process of setting up oxygen plants in the states. Increased essential facilities like the stock of medicines, beds, and ventilators.
The Center has made a huge increase in all necessary facilities including oxygen plants, beds, ventilators, production of medicines compared to April so that maximum lives can be saved in the third wave.