AP CM YS Jagan Seeks Center's Help For Better Medical Facilities In State

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PTI | Updated :August 11, 2020,19:43 IST


PM Narendra Modi held a video gathering with the Chief Ministers of different states over COVID-19 circumstance on Tuesday, August 11. Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy had additionally gone to this video meeting. 

The CM disclosed to Modi that AP doesn't have any metropolitan zones in the state like the neighboring states and doesn't have clinics with enormous framework like in different states. YS Jagan asked the focal government to give help to fundamentally improve clinical offices in the state. 

Addressing PM Modi in the video meeting, the AP CM informed him over the counter COVID-19 measures being taken in the state to check the spread of coronavirus. The CM has said that AP has tried in excess of 25 lakh tests till date and is doing 47,459 tests for each million populace. The passing rate was 0.89 percent, he said. 

Talking about enemy of COVID-19 measures, the CM said that 85 to 90 percent COVID-19 tests were being directed in the groups. He said that COVID-19 cases are being recognized at a beginning phase, which would help keep mortality low. The CM said that there was no virology lab in the state before the COVID-19 pandemic spread yet now in excess of 47,000 individuals are being tried for each ten lakh individuals. 

The CM likewise said that there were labs in each locale of the state and two lakh volunteers are working at the ground level to spread mindfulness. 

Andhra Pradesh is recording the most noteworthy COVID-19 cases between 9,000 to 10,000 as the state government is directing coronavirus tests for a monstrous scope, said CM, including 138 open and private emergency clinics are being utilized as COVID-19 consideration medical clinics and there are 109 COVID-19 consideration habitats, 56,000 beds over the state. 

YS Jagan said that there were just 3,286 oxygen beds in government medical clinics during the past TDP government system, however now they have expanded to 11,000. 

"The state government has given more than 7,000 beds over the most recent three months," YS Jagan said. 

Talking further he said that there are 108 ambulances in each mandal. He said there were 108 ambulances in each zone, while there were 108 emergency vehicle vehicles before COVID-19 and another 768 ambulances were conveyed during the pandemic. A sum of 1088 both 108, 104 vehicles were recently presented, said CM. 

Alongside CM, Home Minister Mekatoti Sucharita, Deputy CM Alla Nani, CS Nilam Sawhney, DGP Gautam Sawang and Medical Health Special Chief Secretary Jawahar Reddy additionally went to the video gathering.