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The Calcutta High Court directed State Government of West Bengal to submit a report on the steps taken by them to combat COVID-19 crisis on a plea seeking for availability of proper protective gears for health care workers who are engage in treating COVID-19 patients.

A division bench of the Calcutta High Court comprising of Justice Dipankar Datta and Justice Joymalya Bagchi directed State Government to ensure that proper safety gears were being provided to the medicos dealing with patients amid COVID-19 pandemic.

The bench was hearing a petition filed by Fuad Halim seeking proper protective gears for doctors, nurses, paramedics and other healthcare staff amid COVID-19 Pandemic.

Advocate Bikash Bhattacharya appearing for the petitioner informed the bench that there were no proper protective gears available for doctors, nurses, paramedics and other healthcare staff who were in the frontline fighting COVID-19 pandemic. Moreover no tests were being conducted of persons infected with COVID-19 as per the guidelines of the Indian Medical Research.

The petitioner has further submitted that the state government was not sharing proper datas regarding the tests being conducted and the number of people afflicted by the virus.

The bench has directed the State Government to ensure that proper safety gears were being provided to the medicos dealing with patients amid COVID-19 pandemic.

The State Government has been directed to file its report by Email. Matter has been listed for next hearing on April 16.

-India Legal Bureau

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