- Center increases the amount of oxygen supply of Rajasthan
- Boosted in RemedySeever allocation as well
- State relief news
The ongoing confrontation between the state government and the Center in the state over oxygen and other medicines including Remedicer injection is now coming to a standstill. The good news is amidst increasing corona infection in the state that the central government has increased the quota (allocation) of Rajasthan’s oxygen supply and remedieseval injection. In such a situation, families suffering from corona infection will get great relief from it. It is worth mentioning
Remedycover increased by 1.41 lakhs wiles
According to the information received, the central government has increased the allocation of drugs to Rajasthan to 1,41,600 lakh wiles, in view of the huge demand for Remedicer injection in the state. Now all seven companies will meet this demand in Rajasthan. Under this, Zydus Cadila will supply 43,000 vials. Mylan will supply 32,000 vials, Cipla 26,500 vials, Hetero 24,000 Syngene / Sun, Remdesivir 1,600 vials and Jubilant 8,000 and Dr Redyy 6,500 vials.
Oxygen will now be increased to 255 metric tons
Explain that by issuing the order on Saturday, the Center has increased the liquid oxygen allocation to 255 metric tonnes for the state. The allocation includes 100 MT from Inox Air Products Oxygen Plant at Bhiwadi, 40 MT from Jamnagar (Gujarat), 15 MT from Panipat (Haryana), 40 MT from Steel Authority of India (Burnpur, West Bengal) and Tata Steel (Odisha) Kalinganagar, contains 60 MT.
Availability up to 397 MT
Apart from the oxygen from the center, according to information received from an officer
142 MT of oxygen is being manufactured by the state’s MSME Oxygen Producers (24 Air Separation Units or ASUs). He reported that currently, about 14,200 oxygen cylinders are being produced and used per day. He says that with the Government of India increasing the allocation for Rajasthan, the total availability of oxygen will now increase to 397 metric tons per day.
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