By FnF Correspondent | PUBLISHED: 05, Jun 2021, 20:57 pm IST | UPDATED: 06, Jun 2021, 8:43 am IST
These statements come in the background of Karnataka High Court direction to both state and central government to ensure that there shouldn't be a shortage of drug to treat Black Fungus. The court also noted in the order that there was an acute shortage of the vials. The Additional Solicitor General of India MB Nargund said that the allocation of drugs is totally dependent upon the imports.
The Court also directed that the state government should place the details of black fungus cases in the state during the next hearing which is on June 10.
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