Published by: Arupkanti Bera | Posted: April 25, 2021 4:02 pm | Updated: April 25, 2021 4:02 pm News Daily Digital Desk: If the condition of patients suffering from corona deteriorates due to bidi-cigarettes, it should be considered to stop selling it. A bench of Bombay High Court Chief Justice Dipankar Dutt and Justice Girish Kulkarni made the remarks during a hearing. At the same time, the central and Maharashtra governments have been asked to provide information on how many corona patients are addicted to smoking. Sneha Marjadi, a lawyer in Mumbai, filed an application in the Bombay High Court. There were hearings in hospitals about oxygen, remedicvir, drugs, beds and corona tests in various labs. At the time, the two judges commented on the temporary ban on bidi-cigarettes. The judges said everyone knows the lungs are damaged by the corona. And since bidi-cigarettes also damage the lungs, this practice is more serious in critical patients. We are concerned about the matter. In that context, the issue of temporary closure of bidi-cigarette sale came up.
[আরও পড়ুন: সংক্রমণ কমার কোনও লক্ষণ নেই, আরও এক সপ্তাহ বাড়ল দিল্লির লকডাউন]
At the same time, the court directed the Maharashtra government to allow more labs to test RT-PCR rapid antigen. And this decision has been directed to take effect within the next one week. Medicines such as RemedicVir also need to be taken care of so that they reach the patients at the right time and in sufficient quantity. The Bombay High Court has also directed the creation of a portal. The portal will provide information about the number of beds in a hospital. The High Court also said that if one does not get the information related to the bed, the error will not be forgiven.
[আরও পড়ুন: দ্বিতীয়বার করোনা আক্রান্ত বাবুল সুপ্রিয়, আসানসোলে ভোট দিতে পারবেন না বিজেপি প্রার্থী]
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