The Navy has also come forward in the fight against Kovid. Naval Chief Admiral Karambir Singh met PM Modi and informed him about the steps being taken by the Navy.
Navy Chief Admiral Karambir Singh met PM Modi.
Naval Chief Admiral Karambir Singh met Prime Minister Narendra Modi. During this time, he talked about opening of naval hospital for common citizens regarding the increasing cases of corona virus. He said that the Indian Navy will open its naval hospital for the use of civilians in various cities. They have taken this decision amidst lack of beds and oxygen in hospitals.
The country is constantly struggling to avoid the second wave of corona virus. In such difficult times, the armed forces have also taken a step forward in improving the situation. In this series, the Indian Navy is opening its naval hospital for the use of civilians in various cities, Chief of Naval Staff Admiral Karambir Singh met Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday and informed about this.
Navy will support the government in the battle of Corona
Admiral Singh also apprised PM Modi of other initiatives being taken by the Navy to better handle the Corona situation in the country. There has been a large jump in the number of corona infections. The Corona epidemic has brought healthcare infrastructure to its knees. The Navy re-appointed medical personnel at various locations for Kovid management. Only seven of its navy provided support to increase the availability of oxygen in Lakshadweep as well as Andaman and Nicobar Islands.
Navy is supplying oxygen
The Navy is supplying oxygen containers as well as other supplies from Bahrain, Qatar, Kuwait and Singapore to India. Admiral Singh said that the Indian Navy will help all the state administrations for hospitals, beds, transportation and other such things. The Indian Air Force is already in the process of transporting containers from different parts of the world to the country to boost the supply of oxygen.
Indian Saina launches ‘CO-JEET’ campaign
Saina forces have also started an operation called ‘CO-JEET’ towards fighting the corono virus by promoting medical infrastructure and oxygen supply chain. Under this, personnel of the three wings of the Armed Forces, Air Force and Navy have been pressed into service to restore oxygen supply chains, establish Kovid beds and provide assistance to civil administration.
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