Corona – Two died of a lack of oxygen in an emergency

Bahraich The young man from Kaiserganj and Balrampur died of a lack of oxygen at a medical college. On the other hand, the timardar of a woman in the hospital called the district judge for oxygen. When the DM sent the team to the hospital, the ambulance escaped from the spot. The condition of the hospital is that oxygen is taken on the recommendation of DM. At the same time, the assistant collector told Timardar that it was of no importance.
In the autonomous state medical college, the condition of treatment is deteriorating day by day. Doctors don’t even see the patients reaching the hospital from afar. Ranjanlal, a Class IV worker stationed at the Kaiserganj Community Health Center, had been unwell for a week. The superintendent of CHC Kaiserganj, Dr. NK Singh said there was no investigation of Kovid by Class IV personnel. However, the employee’s oxygen label has been reduced. In this regard, he was referred to the Medical College. A fourth grade worker died in a medical college. In the meantime, the medical school has been referred to Mohan Singh, who lives in Belha Village, Balrampur District. Mohan Singh died here of a lack of oxygen.
Sonu Singh of the deceased’s family said he used to run around for oxygen. However, the hospital administration made no arrangements. Finally died. Kanti Devi, 53, a resident of Rupediha, got worse. When the oxygen label was reduced, he was accepted into medical school. But oxygen was not found. Then Kanti’s family called the district judge. DM sent the team to the hospital. Rescue workers escaped to see the team here. The district judge instructed the responsible CMO Dr. Ajit Chandra to provide oxygen. On this matter, CMO Dr. When asked Ajit Chandra, he said that the Kovid Hospital has a lot of oxygen. No patient died of a lack of oxygen.
In order to provide the population of the district with oxygen, the number of sub-department heads Sadar IAS Saurabh Gangwar has been approved by the district administration. When the family members of Kanti Devi, a local resident of Rupedha, called the oxygen sub-manager on the cell phone, the sub-manager gave a clear answer that we mean nothing. In such a situation, the numbers issued by the district administration turn out to be on the air.

Bahraich The young man from Kaiserganj and Balrampur died of a lack of oxygen at a medical college. On the other hand, the timardar of a woman in the hospital called the district judge for oxygen. When the DM sent the team to the hospital, the ambulance escaped from the spot. The condition of the hospital is that oxygen is taken on the recommendation of DM. At the same time, the assistant collector told Timardar that it was of no importance.

In the autonomous state medical college, the condition of treatment is deteriorating day by day. Doctors don’t even see the patients reaching the hospital from afar. Ranjanlal, a Class IV worker stationed at the Kaiserganj Community Health Center, had been unwell for a week. The superintendent of CHC Kaiserganj, Dr. NK Singh said there was no investigation of Kovid by Class IV personnel. However, the employee’s oxygen label has been reduced. In this regard, he was referred to the Medical College. A fourth grade worker died in a medical college. In the meantime, the medical school has been referred to Mohan Singh, who lives in Belha Village, Balrampur District. Mohan Singh died here of a lack of oxygen.

Sonu Singh of the deceased’s family said he kept running for oxygen. However, the hospital administration made no arrangements. Finally died. Kanti Devi, 53, a resident of Rupediha, got worse. When the oxygen label was reduced, he was accepted into medical school. But oxygen was not found. In this context, Kanti’s family called the district judge. DM sent the team to the hospital. Rescue workers escaped to see the team here. The district judge instructed the responsible CMO Dr. Ajit Chandra to provide oxygen. On this matter, CMO Dr. When asked Ajit Chandra, he said that the Kovid Hospital has a lot of oxygen. No patient died of a lack of oxygen.

In order to provide the population of the district with oxygen, the number of sub-department heads Sadar IAS Saurabh Gangwar has been approved by the district administration. When the family members of Rupediha-based Kanti Devi called the sub-collector for oxygen on the cell phone, the sub-department head gave a clear answer that we mean nothing. In such a situation, the numbers issued by the district administration turn out to be on the air.

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