The government has partially relaxed the export regulations of medical material ‘Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)’ kit linked to Covid-19. Permission has been granted to export 50 lakh units of this kit monthly.
Now PPE Kit has been put on the banned list of exports
The export of this product was completely banned until now, but now it has been put on the banned list of exports. PPE kits are worn by medical personnel engaged in the treatment of Covid-19 infected people to prevent the spread of infection. The Directorate General of Foreign Trade (DGFT) has said in a notification, “The export quota for 50 million PPE medical equipment has been fixed for Covid-19 units. The quota was fixed for the issuance of export licenses for eligible units exporting PPE medical equipment.
Trade notices will be issued for their eligibility criteria.
A separate trade notice will be issued for its eligibility criteria. “It states that other parts associated with the PPE kit will remain on the prohibition list.” Commerce and Industry Minister Piyush Goyal tweeted: “Exports of manufactured goods in India are being encouraged. Permission was granted to export 50% quota of PPE medical kit used during Covid-19 treatment. “
getting orders for PPE kits from all over the world
Now MSME industries (micro, small and medium industries) of the country are producing millions of PPE kits every day. He said that people are getting orders for PPE kits from Dubai, Canada, USA and European countries. Recently, AEPC, the body of the apparel export industry, also urged the government to lift the ban on the export of PPE kits.
Plasma Bank in Delhi
Plasma bank will be launched in Delhi to treat infected patients amid rising cases of coronavirus. The announcement was made by Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal at a press conference on Monday.
He said: ‘The Delhi government has decided to start a plasma bank to treat Corona patients. It will start in the next two days and also request patients recovering from Corona to donate plasma
CoronaVirus in Delhi
The coronavirus has been confirmed among 2889 new people in Delhi. With this, the number of infected has crossed 83 thousand. According to the Health Bulletin of the Delhi Government, the number of total infected has now reached 83,077 with 2889 new cases. Of these, 52,607 people have been fully treated after treatment. At the same time, 27,847 people are still under treatment.
Apart from this, 141 new Containment Zones have increased in three days. The Containment Zone has been renewed since June 26. Large Containment Zone is being converted into a Micro Containment Zone. Thereby ease of contact tracing with better monitoring.
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