Lack of oxygen in Delhi


  • Oxygen stocks in many hospitals in Delhi are declining rapidly
  • The CEO of Shanti Mukunda Hospital is crying for oxygen condition
  • Corona patients begging for bed, deteriorating condition

New Delhi
In the capital Delhi, you will find out what you think about Corona. Lack of oxygen, lack of storage is being done by most of the hospitals in Delhi. When a doctor in a Delhi hospital shouts, the lack of oxygen is even greater.

Crying about lack of oxygen
Sunil Sagar Hospital, chief executive officer of Delhi’s Shanti Mukunda Hospital, cried over the lack of oxygen. He said that it is a very difficult situation. We have a little more oxygen left. We have requested the doctors to discharge who is given. We have 2 hours of oxygen left.

Delhi’s Shanti Mukunda Hospital is short of oxygen. Doctors said that if we get oxygen in time, patients will not leave. At the same time, the son of a hospitalized corona patient said, “I request the government to take oxygen.”

My wife will die please accept
The government may repeatedly argue that the bed is still empty but the patients are frightened. Corona patients are bedridden and wandering for oxygen. Crowds of patients were seen in ambulances and private vehicles outside Delhi’s Lok Nayak Jay Prakash Hospital LNJP. Many patients were complaining of not having a bed.

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He took his 300-year-old sick wife on a bike to Assam Khan Hospital but did not go to bed. Aslam was praying for a bed. He was seen begging in front of the hospital staff. Aslam Khan said that my wife will die, please accept it. LNJP is the largest hospital in Kovid where corona patients are being treated.

The matrix is ​​you
Delhi’s Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia on Thursday said that some hospitals in the capital had run out of oxygen and had no choice. He alleged that some states were re-attempting to control medical oxygen in parts of the national capital.

Lack of oxygen in many hospitals in Delhi