Corona infected people do not receive any medication, even at expensive prices

Corona infected people don’t even get drugs at an expensive price
Muzaffarnagar / Charathaval. In the country’s second corona wave, drugs disappeared from the market. The situation is that the families of corona infected patients are also forced to buy expensive expensive drugs. Apart from that, the prices for surgical products are also rising sharply. The operators of medical supply stores explain the reason for the obstruction of the drug supply after the Corona curfew in Delhi. At the same time, there are allegations that some wholesalers are black marketing in large markets.
The prices in the corona wave rise in this way
Pre-assessed device current rate
Oximeter 600 to 800 1300-3000
Steamer 140 300
Nebulizer 1000 1400-1500
Thermometer 70-80 120-150
Galbs Box 200-450 500
Glucose box 25 pieces 340-450 500
Lack of these drugs
In addition to surgical goods, there is also a lack of everyday medicines on the wholesale market. Steroid is prominent among them. Medicines such as ivamactin, paracetamol, zinc tablets, levocetrazine montoclasts, etc. are available for two doses. Patients wander because there are not enough multivitamin and vitamin D capsules on the market.
Chemist says
Chauthaval’s retail chemist Sushil Kumar says some wholesalers do black marketing in large markets. Specialty retailers have lost out, and on Wednesday a Whole Cell drug dealer refused to give scalven sets as few supplies were available from Delhi in Corona’s second wave. A black market has been created that is hit by the common people.
Chemist Sandeep Kansal said some wholesalers seized the goods by taking the opportunity. Aside from that, Corona’s curfew in Delhi has hit the district and rural markets as well. Because of this, some drugs have been removed out of the reach of ordinary people.
Lack of surgical supplies
Subhash Chauhan, president of the Muzaffarnagar Chemist and Druggist Association, said some drugs are in short supply due to increasing market demand. It’s not that the retailer is returning from town empty-handed. Contrary to the demand, drugs are available in small quantities. There is a shortage of surgical items. Azithromycin, zinc tablets, and paracetamol used in Corona are less available. Other than that, other drugs are still being sold. Black marketing is not done by drug wholesalers. If a hospital is black-marketing in the market, tough measures should be taken against them.

Corona infected people don’t even get drugs at an expensive price

Muzaffarnagar / Charathaval. In the country’s second corona wave, drugs disappeared from the market. The situation is that the families of corona infected patients are also forced to buy expensive expensive drugs. Apart from that, the prices of surgical products are also rising sharply. The operators of medical supply stores explain the reason for the obstruction of the drug supply after the Corona curfew in Delhi. At the same time, there are allegations that some wholesalers are black marketing in large markets.

The prices in the corona wave rise in this way

Pre-assessed device current rate

Oximeter 600 to 800 1300-3000

Steamer 140 300

Nebulizer 1000 1400-1500

Thermometer 70-80 120-150

Galbs Box 200-450 500

Glucose box 25 pieces 340-450 500

Lack of these drugs

In addition to surgical goods, there is also a lack of everyday medicines on the wholesale market. Steroid is prominent among them. Medicines such as ivamactin, paracetamol, zinc tablets, levocetrazine montoclasts, etc. are available for two doses. Patients wander because there are not enough multivitamin and vitamin D capsules on the market.

Chemist says

Chauthaval’s retail chemist Sushil Kumar says some wholesalers do black marketing in large markets. The stockists have lost out, and on Wednesday a Whole Cell drug dealer refused to give scalven sets as few supplies were available from Delhi in the second wave of Corona. Created a black market that common people hit.

Chemist Sandeep Kansal said some wholesalers seized the goods by taking the opportunity. Aside from that, the Corona curfew in Delhi is also affecting the district and rural markets. Because of this, some drugs have been removed out of the reach of ordinary people.

Lack of surgical supplies

Subhash Chauhan, president of the Muzaffarnagar Chemist and Druggist Association, said some drugs are scarce due to increasing market demand. It’s not that the retailer is returning from town empty-handed. Contrary to the demand, drugs are available in small quantities. There is a shortage of surgical items. Azithromycin, zinc tablets, and paracetamol used in Corona are less available. Other than that, other drugs are still being sold. Black marketing is not done by drug wholesalers. If a hospital is black marketing in the market, tough measures should be taken against them.

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