War on Corona Virus: Center approves 15,000 crore emergency package for states

War on Corona Virus: Center approves 15,000 crore emergency package for states

The Central Government has approved a package of Rs 15,000 crore under the ‘Kovid-19’ Emergency Response and Health System Preparedness to help States and Union Territories in strengthening the procurement and monitoring activities of essential medical devices and medicines. Initially, 7774 crore rupees will be used, while the remaining amount of 7226 crores will be used from time to time by 2024.

The Union Health Ministry in a letter to Additional Chief Secretaries, Principal Secretaries and Commissioners (Health) of all states and union territories said that the Centre’s financial package with 100 percent financial support will be implemented in three phases from January 2020 to March 2024.

According to the letter, the Union Health Ministry is releasing funds to states and union territories under the National Health Mission for the first phase of implementation by June 2020. Among the activities that will be implemented in the first phase are Kovid-19 for development of special hospitals, Isolation blocks, ventilators with ICUs, strengthening laboratories, recruitment of additional personnel, etc. to States and Union Territories Support is included.

The Central Government has approved a package of Rs 15,000 crore under the ‘Kovid-19’ Emergency Response and Health System Preparedness to help States and Union Territories in strengthening the procurement and monitoring activities of essential medical devices and medicines. Initially, 7774 crore rupees will be used, while the remaining amount of 7226 crores will be used from time to time by 2024.

The Union Health Ministry in a letter to Additional Chief Secretaries, Principal Secretaries and Commissioners (Health) of all states and union territories said that the Centre’s financial package with 100 percent financial support will be implemented in three phases from January 2020 to March 2024. 

According to the letter, the Union Health Ministry is releasing funds to states and union territories under the National Health Mission for the first phase of implementation by June 2020. Among the activities that will be implemented in the first phase are Kovid-19 for development of special hospitals, Isolation blocks, ventilators with ICUs, strengthening laboratories, recruitment of additional personnel, etc. to States and Union Territories Support is included.

Government of India sanctions Rs. 15,000 crores for ‘India Emergency Response and Health System Preparedness Package’: Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare

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The ministry has asked states and UTs to use this money in purchase of personal protective equipment, N-95 masks and ventilators in addition to the resources provided by the Center. In the first phase, the project will be implemented from January 2020 to June 2020, in the second phase from July to March 2021 and in the third phase from April 2021 to March 2024.

540 new cases of corona in the country, 17 deaths,
545 new cases of corona virus (covid-19) infected during the last 24 hours in the country have increased to 5734 after the emergence of 54 new cases and due to this 17 more people After the death of the body, the figure of the dead has reached 166. So far, 473 people have been relieved from Corona, while 5095 people are being treated.

 

According to the report of the Indian Council of Medical Research, till Wednesday (8 April) at nine o’clock, more than one lakh 27 thousand people had been tested for corona related all over the country. According to the latest report released by the Health Ministry on Thursday (9 April) morning, the highest number of infections and deaths from corona were reported from Maharashtra, where 1135 people have been infected so far and 72 have died. Has been done Eight people died and 117 people have been infected in Maharashtra in the last 24 hours. The 31 states and union territories of the country have been affected by Corona.

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