Corona Relief Fund’s second installment will be released on June 3rd: On June 3, Chief Minister MK Stalin said that the second tranche of Covid assistance, worth Rs 2,000, will be paid to nearly 2.07 crore families. Stalin examined several health institutions in the city as part of his assessment of the Covid situation across the state. He gave a news conference after inaugurating a Covid facility with over 300 beds at the NIT, Tirchy.
“We have been working feverishly to control the second wave,” Stalin remarked. We’ve built a total of 16,938 additional beds, with 7,800 of them equipped with oxygen. A total of 30 new traditional medicine facilities have been established, producing an additional 239 metric tonnes of oxygen every day. More happiness will come from eradicating the infection than from gaining power.” In its election campaign, the DMK offered Rs 4,000 in Covid relief. “The first installment has been paid out.
The second installment will be paid on June 3, the former Chief Minister M Karunanidhi’s birthday,” he said. “It is an infection discovered in people whose immunity has been compromised due to the usage of steroids,” Health Minister Ma Subramaniam said of the actions taken to combat the spread of black fungus. There are nine individuals in the state who are afflicted, and we have enough drugs to treat them.” “The Centre is also facing a few issues,” Stalin replied when questioned about the Centre-State connection amid a pandemic.
However, we are attempting to communicate our concerns to Prime Minister Narendra Modi. They provide us with the necessary oxygen in a variety of ways. However, the Centre has not given us with sufficient immunizations. We’re putting a lot of pressure on them right now.” Stalin stated that a decision on whether or not to extend the lockdown beyond May 24 will be made at the conclusion of a review meeting.
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