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Supreme Court asks Centre's plan on Coronavirus crisis:- The second wave of coronavirus is making the people of India sleepless. The new tally of cases created a panic situation and the spread is huge. The Centre is trying hard to bring things to the control and the states are imposing new curbs, lockdown to prevent the spread of COVID-19 in India. The Supreme Court today asked the Centre if it has any national plan to battle and handle coronavirus in the country. The Supreme Court also asked if he paramilitary forces and the Army can be used. India reported 3.23 lakh cases of coronavirus in the last 24 hours and 2771 people died due to coronavirus. The United Kingdom sent a batch of oxygen concentrators and ventilators to India and they arrived today.
Before this, USA sent 300 oxygen concentrators to India. USA President Joe Biden spoke to Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and assured any kind of help to India in battling coronavirus. The Centre is yet to announce their plans for coronavirus after Supreme Court wanted to announce their plan. Several states announced night curfews and there are talks that the states will also impose complete lockdown in the states to curb coronavirus. The Supreme Court also asked the Centre to reveal about using the central resources like army, doctors, railways and the paramedics. A suo motu case has been registered and the Supreme Court said that it cannot be a mute spectator and will coordinate the efforts between the states.