Covid-19: Madhya Pradesh Receives Large Consignment Of Essential Medicines

There are a total of 9264 Remdesiveer injections in 193 boxes reached Indore Airport, out of which 42 boxes will be delivered via chopper to Bhopal, 7 Ratlam, and 4 Khandwa.

Madhya Pradesh government has put all its resources on a war footing to supply essential medicines. Today, at 10: 15, a large consignment of essential medicines arrived at Indore Airport.

Divisional commissioner Dr. Pawan Sharma has informed that these essential medicines will be quickly transported to all the districts of the division by airplane and helicopter. Divisional commissioner Dr. Sharma and other senior officers will monitor the system on their own and will be present at the airport.

There are a total of 9264 Remdesiveer injections in 193 boxes reached Indore Airport, out of which 42 boxes will be delivered via chopper to Bhopal, 7 Ratlam, and 4 Khandwa.

State planes and choppere are transporting Remdesvir to:

  1. Ratlam
  2. Khandwa
  3. Jabalpur
  4. Sagar
  5. Rewa
  6. Gwalior

Similarly, 19 boxes to Gwalior, 18 to Rewa, 39 to Jabalpur, and 14 to Sagar will be transported through the state plane. 57 Remdesvir injection boxes will be kept for Indore.

Meanwhile, according to health department officials, Madhya Pradesh recorded 9,720 fresh coronavirus cases on Wednesday which is the biggest single-day spike so far pushing the total infection count to 3,63,352.

The fatality tally rose to 4,312 with 51 more deaths, also the highest one-day count so far, reported during the past 24 hours, they said.

The state has recorded 67,841 new cases and 326 fatalities, in this month so far.

A total of 3,657 patients were discharged from hospitals during the day, taking the count of recoveries in Madhya Pradesh to 3,09,489, the health department said.

With 1,611 new cases, Indore’s caseload went up to 82,597, while that of Bhopal rose to 61,904 with the addition of 1,497 infections.

Indore reported six deaths, taking the deaths in the district to 1,017, while fatalities in Bhopal rose to 658 with four more patients succumbing to the infection, it said.

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