Green Anti-Trust: A New Way Forward

  • Prachi Agarwal
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  • Prachi Agarwal

    Senior Associate at Chandhiok and Mahajan, Advocates and Solicitors, India

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The global COVID-19 pandemic came up with its second wave which has been deadlier and much more horrifying globally, especially in India. The count of positive cases has elevated to record peaks exceeding 3 lakh per day and the number of deaths per day over 3000. Hospitals are running out of beds and low on oxygen. There is significant shortage of essential drugs. There is increased pressure on all fronts to minimize the effects of second wave by accelerating vaccination. In this context, the court took suo motu cognizance of the situation to curb the effect of the deadly wave and save the population from the ongoing pandemic. The order inculcates the directions to the Central and State/UT governments regarding the management of vaccination drives, supply of essential drugs and identifying vulnerable age groups in accordance with the changing nature of pandemic.



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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 4, Issue 3, Page 4913 - 4922


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