- Many private and government hospitals in Delhi are suffering from lack of oxygen.
- Many hospitals including LJP, Gangaram wandered through the night for oxygen.
- Somewhere at one o’clock at night, somewhere at three, then oxygen reached in the morning
- Delhi’s hospitals are still able to gather workable oxygen
The night passed for many hospitals in Delhi was soothing. The oxygen was running out fast and in his arrangement, the beating of the hospital officials was running every night. It is a matter of relief that many large government and private hospitals in
The consignment of oxygen reached Gangaram at 3 o’clock
According to hospital officials, a major crisis averted due to timely supply of oxygen. Ganga Ram Hospital was supplied 5,000 cubic meters of oxygen from private vendors before 3 am. This store will run till Wednesday afternoon. A supply of oxygen is awaited from another company. Sir Gangaram Hospital said on Wednesday morning, ‘Our team struggled throughout the night to supply 5,000 cubic meters of oxygen from a private vendor Kapil Enterprises and the necessary nozzle arrangements were completed. This supply will end by noon.
How oxygen reaches the plant from the patient
Patients were stuck in breath
Late Tuesday night, DS Ganga, president of Sir Ganga Ram Hospital, spoke of the urgent need for oxygen for Kovid-19 patients admitted to the ICU of his hospital, as well as warned that the danger would increase if immediate supplies were not made. Can. He had warned of a crisis during the day (on Tuesday), with the hospital facing troubles due to lack of oxygen. According to Rana, around 120 patients in the ICU were over-dependent on oxygen and warned that if the hospital did not have oxygen supply in time, the situation could be serious. The hospital has 485 Kovid-19 beds, of which 475 are already full of patients.
Oxygen came to Guru Tegh Bahadur Hospital at half past one
An official of Guru Tegh Bahadur Hospital said that an oxygen truck sent from a company reached them at half past one in the night.
LJP was able to supply at 3 am
Dr. Suresh Kumar, Medical Director of Loknayak Jayaprakash Narayan Hospital, said that the truck of oxygen sent from a vendor reached the hospital at 3 am.
Oxygen reached Ambedkar Hospital at 5 am
Ambedkar Hospital received a fresh supply of oxygen at five in the morning. Officials say that this supply will run for 24 hours. A record 28,395 cases of corona virus were reported in Delhi on Tuesday and the horrific epidemic has come to the fore after the death of 277 people.
At the same time, the rate of infection has gone up to 32.82 percent and a ‘serious crisis of oxygen’ has arisen in the city. Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Tuesday appealed to the Center to supply oxygen to Delhi, and Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia said that if there was no fresh supply of oxygen by Wednesday morning, the city would be in a tizzy.
(Inputs: Language, IANS)