On Monday, the Delhi Supreme Court declined to hear a petition calling for an immediate blockade on the country’s capital. “Is foreclosure the only solution?” Asked the Delhi Supreme Court as it dismissed the statement. The Supreme Court, on the other hand, said that the Delhi pandemic situation had worsened and got out of control in Gujarat while expressing concern about the growing number of COVID-19 cases across the country.
The Supreme Court, which asked the Center and all states to submit situation reports within two days outlining steps to address the situation, said there has been an increase in COVID cases. 19 in Maharashtra and that the authorities must take action and prepare for the worst. for December.
Things got worse in Delhi, especially in November. They are presenting a status report on the measures taken, a bench led by Judge Ashok Bhushan told deputy attorney general Sanjay Jain, who ran for the Delhi government.
There is a peak in cases and it is only in November. Prepare for the worst in December. Action is needed, said the Maharashtra Bar Bank.
The Supreme Court said the centre and the states will do everything possible to improve the situation and address the growing number of COVID-19 cases. The bank heard a case in which it learned of the need for proper treatment of COVID-19 patients and proper handling of dead bodies in hospitals.
He opened the case for a new hearing on November 27.
When the judiciary found that COVID-19 cases were increasing across the country, particularly in Delhi, Maharashtra and Gujarat, they took note of remarks made by Attorney General Tushar Mehta, who said Interior Union Minister Amit Shah, it had done on November 15th. a meeting is held and these actions are taken. taken to deal with the situation in the state capital.
Jain told the bank that a previous Supreme Court decision had created a committee of experts and that the Delhi government had followed other instructions. He said a separate room was reserved for the cremation of 385 bodies.
We have no problem with you complying with the orders of this court. But when the bank looked at the current situation, what else is it doing? He observed them and asked Jain to present a management report.
The Supreme Court also asked the Gujarat government about its policy of celebrating marriage during the pandemic, saying that cases there were increasing and the situation in the state had deteriorated after Delhi and Maharashtra.
After Delhi and Maharashtra, the situation in Gujarat has also deteriorated. What does the wedding celebration allow during the day? They submit an affidavit to the status report on the measures taken so far, the bank said.
First, Mehta said that the case had to do with the handling of bodies and that it was painful for the court to deal with the matter. It was only part of the order. This also affects the hospital situation, notes the bank.
Through a resolution of June 19, the Supreme Court ordered the Center and the states to establish a Group of Experts on the Effective Supervision, Supervision and Referral of Hospitals Dedicated to the Government and COVID to Treat the Adequate Health of Patients.
It ordered the centre to standardize exposure to tests and other facilities and ordered it to form an expert panel made up of high-level physicians from central government hospitals, GNCTD hospitals, AIIMS, and an official from the Ministry of Health of the Union.
It said that the Committee of Experts would inspect, monitor and give the necessary instructions to all government hospitals, COVID hospitals and other NCT hospitals in Delhi to treat COVID patients and that the group would make sure to do so at least weekly. paid a visit to the hospital.
The Supreme Court also ordered all states to assemble an expert team of doctors and other experts to inspect, monitor and refer to government hospitals and other COVID-19 hospitals in each state. .
It said the team could inspect and monitor hospitals in the state and give the affected hospital the necessary instructions to improve and report back to the government.
The court also gave instructions on patient care, saying: “All Covid-dedicated hospitals must allow a voluntary patient-caregiver on hospital grounds who can stay in an area reserved by the hospital.”