ICU beds are full in Maharashtra : Mumbai: The situation has become uncontrollable due to coronovirus in Maharashtra. In such a situation whether or not there will be a lockout in the state, it cannot be said. Recently, Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray, in a meeting with the state’s Kovidutsk Force, discussed issues ranging from lockdown to other issues, expressing concern about the beds being filled in hospitals in the state.
In fact, during the meeting, the State Health Secretary stated that 75% of the U20250 ICU beds have been filled, while 40% of the 67000 oxygen beds have been filled. There are about 11 to 12 districts where there are no beds left. The situation is that isolation beds have been prepared in railway bogies at Nandurbar. Apart from this, he also said, ‘It was churned about the current situation that about 95 percent of the patients are those who can be treated properly at their home. In such a situation, the patient who is more serious will have to be brought to the hospital. Now people need to be informed about this. There is a need to increase isolation rooms, oxygen facilities in the society. In addition, doctors should operate all beds from the war room. ‘
By the way, let us also tell you that if we look at the current situation here, then the young patients also need ventilators, due to this now serious planning may have to be done here. Also, there is no dearth of oxygen in the state, so it is being asked to use it as needed.