- Corona infection is increasing rapidly in Rajasthan
- Now the number of active cases reached near one lakh
- Demand for oxygen is not fulfilled due to increasing Kovid case
In the state where now the number of Kovid Active Cases is seen approaching one lakh. Meanwhile, there is a huge demand for oxygen. But the supply of oxygen in Rajasthan is not getting complete. In view of the increasing oxygen load on Rajasthan, the Government of Rajasthan has now sought the help of 25 Lok Sabha members and 10
Up to 325 MT will be required
According to health department officials, more than 4,000 patients are currently on oxygen in the state. At the same time, there is a continuous shortage of beds in all the major hospitals. Also, now patients are finding it difficult to find treatment. Now as the number of active cases has started increasing, the oxygen requirement will increase to 325 MT by the end of the month. According to the information received, the Health Department has asked the government for immediate supply of 120 metric liquid medical oxygen to meet the increasing demand. Tankers with a capacity of 100 and 200 MT to carry oxygen have also been sought. On this matter, Health Minister Raghu Sharma said that “As per the analysis of the last five days, the requirement of oxygen is increasing by 10-12 metric tons per day with the increase in active cases. But under the National Oxygen Scheme, the state has only 160 metric tonnes.” Ton is the only liquid medical oxygen allocated, which is not sufficient given the increasing number of patients. “
Number of home isolates also increased
According to the information received, the number of active cases has started increasing in Rajasthan. Where there is increasing rush of corona infected in hospitals. At the same time, the number of patients living in home isolation has also seen 12.6 percent growth in 24 hours. The number of active cases increased to 96,366. Soon this figure will cross one lakh. At the same time, according to the data on Wednesday, a total of 14,622 cases have been reported. Overall, given the speed of infection and the attack on the breath, now more oxygen will have to be made in Rajasthan.