‘Will people of Delhi not get oxygen if…’: Kejriwal asks PM Modi in Covid meet

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Delhi CM raised this problem in the MODI PM meeting held on Friday with the main ministers of 10 countries with most cases of Covid-19.

Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal reviews a meeting on the situation of Coronavirus in Delhi.
Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal reviews a meeting on the situation of Coronavirus in Delhi.

Facing a gloomy crisis saving lives with Top Hospitals in Delhi reporting acute oxygen shortages, Minister of Chief Arvind KeRriwal on Friday increases challenges in a meeting with Prime Minister Narendra Modi

Delhi CM raised this problem in the MODI PM meeting held on Friday with the main ministers of 10 countries with most cases of Covid-19. Meeting through video conferencing came on Indian Day seeing more than 3 COVID-19 lakh cases.

“There is a big shortage of oxygen in Delhi. Will Delhi people not get oxygen if there are no oxygen producing plants here?” Kejriwal said, reported Ani’s news agency.

Increasing the problem of the problem faced during the transportation of oxygen tanker, said Kejriwal, “Please suggest who I should talk to at the govt center when the oxygen tanker intended for Delhi is stopped in another country.”

Delhi on Thursday reported more than 26,000 new cases and 306 deaths, or about one death every five minutes, the fastest since the pandemic began.

The Max Delhi Hospital chain on Friday told me that he suspended every new patient receipt in all hospitals in Delhi-NCR until the oxygen supply stabilizes, but then pulled the order after receiving oxygen supply.

The vehicle carrying oxygen has reached the Max Hospital, Saket after the hospital sent SOS to the Delhi government, said DCP South.

DCP also informs that vehicles carrying other oxygen have reached the Max Smart Hospital.

On Friday morning, Max Healthcare health care provider informed that it suspended every new patient receipt in all hospitals in Delhi-NCR until the oxygen supply became stable.

India’s top private hospital in the National Capital of Sir Ganga Ram on Wednesday announced a lack of oxygen with 58 patients waiting for care and 35 waiting outside the hospital to enter.

The crisis was exacerbated by a similar report that emerged from another part of the national capital where the hospital raced with time with their oxygen quota.

Sisodia said that the Delhi government had talked to the center to get an oxygen tanker trapped in a plant in Faridabad.

Medical oxygen and bed are rare, with a large hospital installing notification saying they do not have space for each patient and police deployed to secure oxygen supplies.

Max Healthcare, who runs a hospital network in North and West India posted an appeal on Twitter on Friday for oxygen emergency supplies at its facilities in Delhi.

“We regret to tell that we suspend every new patient receipt in all our hospitals in Delhi … until the oxygen supply stabilizes,” said the company.

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