CBIC will give top priority to disposal of imported life-saving drugs, oxygen equipment. The rapid increase in cases of Kovid-19 infection has resulted in a massive shortage of life-saving drugs and other equipment.
New Delhi. Finance Ministry The Central Board of Indirect Taxes and Customs (CBIC) under the aegis has instructed all its field officers to dispose of all imported consignments on top priority basis for the treatment of Kovid-19, including life-saving drugs and oxygen equipment. Let’s do. Point to be noted is that COVID-19 The rapid increase in cases of infection has resulted in a severe shortage of life-saving drugs and other equipment.
The board tweeted, “CBIC has instructed all its field officers to dispose of these consignments with top priority.” With 3,46,786 new cases of Kovid-19 coming up in the country in a single day of infection. Total cases increased to 1,66,10,481 while the number of patients undergoing treatment has exceeded 2.5 million. This information was given in the updated data released by the Union Health Ministry at eight o’clock on Saturday. According to these figures, the number of dead has increased to 1,89,544 due to the death of 2,624 infected people in a single day.
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