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Government Allows Export Of "Made In India" Ventilators After Fatality Rate Drops Down To 2.15%


Government Allows Export Of "Made In India" Ventilators After Fatality Rate Drops Down To 2.15%



 "Made In India" Ventilators
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INDIA : The outbreak of the coronavirus has brought the world to a halt. With a worldwide lockdown in progress, people are being quarantined by the dozen. As the infections continue to rise, it is becoming difficult to contain the situation with each passing minute. It has been over 7 months since the pandemic got a grip over the entire world. And it seems like we are finally nearing a vaccine after nearly 8 months in lockdown. Economies have started showing signs of recovery. Similarly, the recovery rate among COVID-19 patients has been increasing significantly. After battling the coronavirus for 6 months, India too has started showing signs of recovery as the fatality rate has dropped down to 2.15%.

Government Allows Export Of "Made In India" Ventilators After Fatality Rate Drops Down To 2.15%

Since March 2020, India has crossed over 15 lakh positive COVID-19 cases. However, the COVID-19 curve faces a steep decline as we complete a 6-month lockdown. The recovery rate has increased to 63%, followed by a sharp decline in the active cases recorded by day. As of Saturday (August 1), India's fatality rate has dropped down to 2.15%, it's lowest since the start of the pandemic. This comes as a significant relief and boost to the medical sector, which has been working tirelessly to contain the situation. In yet another major attempt to revive the country's economy, the Government Of India has now allowed the export of 'Made In Export' Ventilators as the fatality rate drops down to 2.15%. This is the lowest recorded fatality rate in India since the beginning of 2020.

During their 19th meeting on Friday (July 31), the Government Of India allowed the export of Ventilators after the ventilators were thoroughly approved by the Group of Ministers on the coronavirus disease. The group of ministers considered and accepted the proposal laid down by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare and have now allowed the export of 'Made in India' ventilators after a 4-month curb on exports. According to Ministry officials, India now has the capacity to manufacture ventilators in their own backyard, and therefore the Government of India has now allowed the export of 'Made In India' ventilators after the fatality rate drops down to 2.15%
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