- Corona sufferer dies in auto in Ghaziabad
- There was an oxygen cylinder but no regulator and pipe
- Families circling Delhi-Ghaziabad hospitals
- 585 new cases, number of active cases 5841 in Ghaziabad
Every day in the Corona era is troublesome. In Ghaziabad, a person suffering from corona died despite having an oxygen cylinder on Saturday morning. The family of the deceased stated that they had cylinders, but no regulator and pipe to provide oxygen. He kept going round the hospitals with the patient. Did not get help. Due to this, he
Prahladgari resident Sunil Srivastava said that his father-in-law Brajkishore was working in Noida’s company. His health was poor for some days. Because of this they came to him. The report came positive when the corona investigation was done on deteriorating health. Suddenly his condition started deteriorating in the morning. He was having trouble breathing.
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Somehow a cylinder was arranged, but the regulator and mask could not be arranged to provide oxygen to the patient. For this morning, many of the hospitals in Delhi and Ghaziabad kept circling. Could not get admission in any hospital and could not get oxygen. His condition continued to worsen. Sunil said that he got information about Oxigen facility at Indirapuram Gurdwara. He arrived at the Indirapuram Gurdwara with his father-in-law, but it was late by then. His father-in-law died due to lack of oxygen.
In Uttar Pradesh, the corona virus has worsened the situation. More than 38 thousand new cases were reported on Saturday. At the same time, the maximum number of 223 deaths were recorded within a day. 585 new cases have been reported in Ghaziabad, while 159 patients have been cured. With the death of 10 Corona-infected patients in the district, the figure of total deaths has now reached 138. The district currently has 5841 active cases.
Coronavirus in Ghaziabad: oxygen cylinder was found but there was no regulator-pipe … patient broke in auto