‘National health emergency’: Supreme Court asks Centre for plan today
A day after India’s daily new Covid-19 cases crossed the grim 3-lakh mark amid desperate cries for oxygen in hospitals, the Supreme Court on Thursday on its own took cognisance of what it called a “national health emergency situation” and asked the Centre to furnish within 24 hours a national plan on bolstering supply of oxygen, medicines, treatment and vaccines.
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