There is a lot happening in our country to deal with Corona. Arrangements are being made on a large scale and despite limited resources, efforts are being made not to let the systems of prevention and treatment perish.
But it does not remain without question whether we could have done better? Were there some preparations that we could have done, but we did not? For example, one might ask that if China could build a huge hospital in two weeks, could we not do it in two months?
This is not a sit-in-the-forehead. We need beds and hospitals for patients and this need is going to increase in view of today's situation. So it should be asked that how many new hospitals have we set up?
So didn't we ever think about it? Could it not have been that we would have done this work by taking technical help from China or any country? We do not get the answer to this question.
The government certainly has a plea and that we have full consideration for the need or the need. As of May 1, there were 600 COVID Special Hospitals in the country, in which more than 1.25 lakh isolation wards have been created. 12,000 ICU beds are exclusively for COVID patients. 5,150 railway coaches have been made separate isolation wards, which can also become emergency hospitals if needed. That is, there is no problem.
The government side also says that it is not right to keep the example of China. What India has done so far is itself an example for the rest of the world. Therefore, such questions should not come to mind. At first glance, this argument seems reasonable, but this epidemic is not something to be assured of.
This is not a happy time at all. It is prudent to think and do it on a large scale and for a long period. If at some point, the disease is out of control, will it give us the benefit of manipulative arrangements? Wise always think of the future. Even that future, which God never comes.