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Task Force set up by Supreme Court to assess the need and distribution of oxygen, will also keep an eye on these issues

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The Supreme Court has taken a big step to address the problem of oxygen shortage in the country. The Supreme Court of the country has constituted a 12-member National Task Force. This task force will assess the need and distribution of medical oxygen on a scientific, rational and equitable basis. It will also provide suggestions on the allocation of oxygen, availability of essential medicines and future preparations for the prevention of corona.

According to a leading daily report, a bench headed by Supreme Court Justice DY Chandrachud has ordered the formation of this national task force. It is believed that one of the main reasons behind the formation of this task force by the Supreme Court is the need and distribution of oxygen as well as accurate reports on some important topics such as how many patients are being reclaimed oxygen.

 

 

According to the report, this 12-member National Task Force will also make suggestions to ensure equal and appropriate availability of medicines needed to treat corona. Apart from this, it will also suggest solutions to other issues arising out of the Corona pandemic. It is expected that within a week this task force will start its work.

It has also been told in the report that the Supreme Court has asked the Central Government to provide necessary assistance to this task force and has also directed everyone from the state government to the hospitals to cooperate in all circumstances. Dr. Naresh Trehan, Chairperson and Managing Director of Medanta Hospital has also been included in this task force.

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