If you don’t get a bed in Govt hospitals, get treatment in Private and govt will pay the bill

The whole world is in a state of shock after the novel coronavirus pandemic impacted millions of people’s lives. As the whole world collapsed, the economy and all the major events happening across the globe went rubbles.

The world has seen the biggest humanitarian crisis during its fight with the novel coronavirus. COVID-19 is an infectious disease which is caused by a newly discovered coronavirus epidemic.

The majority of people who contracted the virus infection will tend to go through mild to moderate symptoms and then recover without special treatment. Today, the deadly outbreak disrupted the lives of people, be it health-wise or economically.

While the administrations have sweat and slaved in the time of emergency, the country has witnessed a huge number of deaths, thousands of businesses shut down, jobs lost, global food crisis, and so on.

In addition to the efforts laid by the government, many actors, rich businessmen and other influential people have dedicated to eradicating the virus, making notable contributions to the cause. 

If you don't get a bed in Govt hospitals, get treatment in Private and govt will pay the bill

Meanwhile, the Yogi Adityanath government on Sunday came up with good news to netizens. The UP government had announced that it will now bear the cost of treatment of Covid patients even in private hospitals. Additional Chief Secretary, Information, Navneet Sehgal added that hospitals have been asked not to reject patients.

“In case there are no beds available in government hospitals, the patients will be sent to a private hospital and the state government will bear the entire cost of treatment,” he said.

Amid oxygen shortage in India, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath said: There is no shortage of oxygen in any Covid hospital, be it private or government. The problem is black marketing and hoarding, which will be tackled with a heavy hand.

We are going to conduct an oxygen audit in collaboration with IIT Kanpur, IIM Lucknow and IIT BHU for proper monitoring of medical oxygen. The system of live tracking of oxygen demand, supply and distribution will be implemented,” the chief minister added in a virtual meeting with editors of various newspapers on Saturday evening.