Bangalore: Karnataka Deputy Chief Minister Dr.N.N. Ashwatha Narayan promised. He provided this information after a meeting with officials from the Department of Health and Medical Education. He said the facility would be offered to students who are polytechnic, ITI, engineering, medical, paramedical, diploma and medical diploma.
The deputy chief minister said, “Vaccination campaign for higher education students has been launched from June 28. Under this campaign, 94,000 students have been vaccinated on the first day.”
According to an official release issued by the government, 60 lakh vaccines were supplied to the state in June. The announcement said the supply would increase in the coming months.
At the meeting, there was also talk about facing the third wave. The deputy chief minister also said there was also talk of increasing the oxygen concentration in hospitals. He said the oxygen production capacity would be increased by 400 metric tons.
The Deputy CM talked about increasing the capacity of the beds, including the oxygen concentrator. Let’s say there are currently 58,000 beds in the state, but it is said that it will be increased to 84,000.
The Deputy Chief Minister said a notice has already been sent to private hospitals that do not have an oxygen concentration facility. In a notice to such hospitals, they were told that by the end of August, they would be required to have oxygenated.
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