- India’s capital Delhi is recovering from lack of oxygen
- But there is a significant shortage of ventilators in Delhi
- Preparations for installing 990 portable ventilators in the capital intensified
Delhi is now recovering from lack of oxygen. For the last two days neither long queues of oxygen suppliers have been seen, nor are SOS coming from hospitals. On Tuesday evening, the authorities sent a message to the hospitals that if there is a shortage of oxygen in a hospital, then take it. Adequate oxygen is available. However, some of the empty cylinders of large oxygen are still in shortage. At the same time, the capital is most in need of ventilators at this time. According to hospitals, there is not much demand in oxygen bed hospitals. It is empty in many places, but there is a significant shortage of ventilators.
On Tuesday, the hospitals were sent a message on behalf of the authorities of South West district that ample oxygen is available in the district’s Ambe gas. If there is an emergency situation in a hospital, oxygen can be taken from here without any line. According to a late evening report on May 11, the plant had 5 tonnes of oxygen, while 15 tonnes was scheduled to arrive. There are 23 plant links in and around Najafgarh from this plant. Apart from this, for the common people, this plant is also supplying cylinders in Dwarka Sector-2 bus depot. There is not a very long line of people here either.
At Salasar gas plant in Puth Khurd, 15.5 tonnes of oxygen was in stock till Tuesday. Multan Air Products also had 19 tonnes of gas available in the same way. While Mundaka’s Paramount gas also had 12 tonnes of oxygen available. According to officials, there is now enough oxygen available in hospitals. There is not much demand. SOS are also coming up almost. Some hospitals have oxygen stock of two to three days.
According to Dr. CM Bhagat of Bhagat Chandra Hospital, there is no shortage of oxygen at this time. Oxygen is being available according to demand. There is also no shortage of oxygen beds. But at this time there is a need to focus on the ventilator. The ventilator is in high demand. If their number increases then people’s lives can be saved.
Delhi government is preparing to install 990 portable ventilators
It is a matter of relief that preparations for installing 990 portable ventilators in the capital have intensified. These ventilators will be installed in fifteen hospitals. Delhi government is getting these ventilators installed. The maximum of these 150 ventilators have been allotted to the new hospital Indira Gandhi Hospital in Dwarka. Apart from this, 80-80 ventilators have also been allotted to two other new hospitals in Burari and Ambedkar Nagar. Apart from this, 80-80 ventilators have been allotted to Deen Dayal Upadhyay Hospital in Hari Nagar and Baba Saheb Ambedkar Hospital in Rohini. 80 ventilators have been allotted in Sardar Patel Kovid Care Center, 80 in Sant Darshan Center.
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