Several people are using their resources to help those in need
The arrested were identified as Mohd Abdul Hafeez (52), owner of Sardar Medical Hall at Murgi Market in Nampally, Shaik Jilani (27), a salesman with Sardar Medical Hall and Mohd. Bin Saleem (50), a trader
Police seized 12 Remdesivir 100 mg injections from them
Madhya Pradesh and Maharashtra governments had earlier approached the Railway Ministry to explore whether liquid medical oxygen tankers could be moved by the rail network.
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"We have also urged the Centre to allow industrial oxygen to be used for medical purposes," he said
People were posting pictures of relatives, friends and common people in dire need of ventilator beds, oxygen cylinders, plasma and life-saving injections meant for emergency use authorisation (EUA).
"17 boxes of Remdesivir have been stolen. Each box contains 48 injections and only a few of the boxes were opened," said Assistant Superintendent of Police Ramsnehi Mishra on Saturday.
"Delhi is fast running out of beds, oxygen and the life-saving drug Remdesivir as Covid-19 cases in the last 24 hours have reached 24,000 on Saturday," informed the CM
In a missive late on Friday, the Ministry of Chemicals & Fertilisers, Department of Pharmaceuticals, NPPA - Advisor (Costs) N.I. Chowdhury has ordered all pharma companies to comply with the revised norms
The curfew, which excludes essential services, will come into effect from 8 pm on Wednesday, Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray said
All domestic manufactures of Remdesivir have been advised to display on their website, details of their stockists/distributors to facilitate access to the drug
"Ensure there are doctors and healthcare workers so that no patient faces shortage of beds in government hospitals," he said
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The antiviral is one of only two medicines currently authorized to treat Covid-19 patients across the world.