The state government has started preparations for the third wave of corona
The state is currently experiencing a second wave of the corona, while a third wave is expected in September to October.It is against this backdrop that the state government has started preparations for the third wave of the corona.
In the third wave, the state government has set a target of becoming self-sufficient in oxygen. At the same time, the state government has issued a global tender for remedesivir, oxygen storage tanks, and oxygen.
More and more people in the state should be vaccinated, otherwise, the third wave could hit citizens harder, health experts said. The third wave of the corona is expected in the state in September-October. Therefore, the state government has started preparations from now on. In the third wave, the government aims to make the state self-sufficient in oxygen. For this, the government has set a target of setting up about eight oxygen plants in each district of the state in the next one-and-a-half months. If this plant is completed, the state will produce an additional 350 metric tons of oxygen.
Apart from this, the state government has issued a global tender for remedicivir injection, oxygen storage tank, and oxygen. 40,000 oxygen concentrators, 132 PSA plants, 27 oxygen ISO tanks, 25,000 metric tonnes of oxygen, Rs 10 lakh have been demanded from Remedicivir. Therefore, the state government is paying close attention to the two issues of maximum vaccination and oxygen supply till September.
The third wave of corona if vaccination slows down, experts warn
The second wave of corona across the country has caused havoc. As a result, the number of patients in the country is increasing rapidly. Maharashtra has been hit the hardest. Similarly, the state is not getting an adequate supply of vaccines, which has hampered the comprehensive vaccination drive from May 1. Some experts have warned that the state will face a third wave of corona if vaccination in the state slows down. This has led to an increase in concern for the state.