After the governments of Delhi, Maharashtra, Gujarat and Assam received a detailed report of the measures they have taken to deal with the current COVID-19 situation, the Supreme Court ruled on Monday that things could get worse. until next month if states don’t “prepare well.”
A bank led by Judge Ashok Bhushan urged the governments of Gujarat and Delhi to make the COVID-19 situation worse. “It got worse in Delhi, especially in November. They are submitting a status report on the actions taken, ”the bank told Deputy Attorney General Sanjay Jain, who presented himself for the Delhi government.
The bench, which included Judges R S Reddy and M R Shah, said the center and states will do everything possible to improve the situation and address the growing number of COVID-19 cases.
The Supreme Court, upon hearing a case about the due treatment of patients with COVID-19 and the dignified treatment of bodies in hospitals, opened the case for hearing on November 27.
With 44,059 new cases of COVID-19 infection, the number of Indians stood at 51,39,865 in the last 24 hours, bringing the death toll to 1,33,738, according to the Department of Health and Family Welfare.
The total number of active cases was 4,43,486. The total of recoveries was 85,621,641, with 41,024 discharges from hospitals and health centers in the last 24 hours.
While the recovery rate is 93.86%, the death rate is 1.46%, according to the ministry. Maharashtra remains the worst affected state with 82,521 active cases and 46,623 deaths. State collections amount to 16,51,064.