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MP High Court News: High Court asks why the ban on vaccination in private hospitals is banned next hearing on May 17
Jabalpur, AboutGyan Representative. The Madhya Pradesh High Court has asked the state government why the vaccination has been banned in private hospitals. The Couple Bench of Chief Justice Mohammad Rafiq and Justice Atul Sreedharan have also asked the state government why there is no system for redressal of grievances at the district level. The next hearing of the case has been scheduled for 17 May.
An application was filed on behalf of Senior Advocate Manoj Sharma, President of High Court Advocates Bar Association, stating that CMHO has banned vaccinations in private hospitals. Private hospitals have been asked to return the remaining vaccine after 30 April. In such a situation, it will not be possible to have a second dose in private hospitals. The Division Bench has sought an answer on this.
No arrangement for redressal of grievances at the district level: Court friend and senior advocate Naman Nagarath said that the government has constituted a committee at the district level for treatment on oxygen, remodevir and prescribed rates and Ayushman card, but the committee does not have the authority to hear the grievances of the victims. A committee of three IAS officers has been formed at the state level to resolve the complaints. Shri Nagrath said that it is not possible to reach the state level committee with the complaint of the victims. Court friend said that the state government has allowed some private hospitals to buy Remadecivir directly from the manufacturers. Remedisvir injections are being given by the government to the remaining private hospitals. Mr. Nagarath said that the government should follow a uniform policy for all in relation to the Remedesivir injection supply. The Division Bench has sought an answer from the state government on this.
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Global Tenders Withdrawn for Remedisvir: Advocate General Purushendra Kaurava and Deputy Advocate General Swapnil Ganguly said that global tenders have been put out to increase the availability of Remedesvir injection. Court friend Mr. Nagrath said that on March 31, the government had floated tenders for 60 thousand Remedisvirs, which have not yet been received. At the same time, a tender has been withdrawn for 2 lakh Remadecivir injections. Its supply is also likely to take time.
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More government and private hospitals less oxygen: Shivendra Pandey, advocate of the Indian Medical Association and Shreyas Pandit, advocate of the Nursing Home Association, presented a screen shot of the WhatsApp group of government officials stating that the allocation of oxygen to government hospitals is being reduced to more private hospitals. The division bench was told that the allocation of oxygen should be done in proportion to the number of patients.
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Till the investigation report is received, treatment will be done in Glaxi Hospital: On behalf of senior advocate Prashant Singh, the application was filed stating that the CMHO issued an order prohibiting the treatment of Kovid in Glaxy Hospital. The ban was imposed on 23 April due to the death of five patients due to lack of oxygen in the hospital. The application said that the case is still under investigation. The hospital currently has 70 beds. It is not being used. The division bench ordered that Kovid’s patients be treated at the hospital until the investigation report came out.