The Supreme Court of India has remarked that access to health care is a fundamental right within one’s means. It is also mentioned that it is the responsibility of the state to maintain this right. A three-member bench of the Supreme Court of India on Friday compared the Coronoires deal to World War II. This information came from the broadcast media NDTV report.
Justices Ashok Bhushan, R Subhas Reddy and MR Shah commented on the healthcare issue during the epidemic in a self-motivated Supreme Court of India.
The court said, “The right to health means treatment within the competence.” “If the state government and local authorities make more provisions for fixing the fees of private hospitals, it can be done under the Disaster Management Act,” the court order said.
The judges said, “Everyone in the world is suffering in one way or another because of the unprecedented epidemic. It is a World War against Kovid-19. That is why a World War against Kovid-19 should be dealt with in a public-private partnership.”