The plea submits that the Delhi government has not issued any guideline or policy for providing status reports of the Covid-19 patients admitted in hospitals to the attendants or family members therefore they are not aware about the status of the condition of the patient.
There is no denying the fact that these are un-precedented times but it is also a fact that extra-ordinary situations require extra-ordinary solutions, if not then at least an attempt in real sense to provide extra-ordinary remedies.
The pandemic couldn’t have struck at a worst time for airlines as they cope with depleting loads and increasing fear. After the Indian Commercial Pilots Association move not to fly till pilots are vaccinated, airlines have got their act together.
The petition also states Delhi has now become the worst-hit city in the country in this 2nd wave of corona virus pandemic. Thereafter it iterates the facts that two Delhi Hospitals face FIR for misinformation on beds for covid patients on 18th April 2021.
Advocate Prabhsahay Kaur through the petition sought the direction to the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, the Government of NCT of Delhi and to its vendor INOX Air Products LTD to immediately supply 3000 cubit metres of LMO to Saroj Super Speciality Hospital.
Brajesh Pathak, the Uttar Pradesh Minister of Legislative Affairs, Justice, Rural Engineering, has written to the District Magistrate, Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh to set up RT-PCR test centres in all wards of Lucknow constituency keeping in view the current COVID pandemic situation which is getting worsen day-by-day.