Dms decision to arrange beds and provide them with oxygen

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Mathura. There will be no oxygen starvation patient in any of the district’s public and private hospitals. In times of the corona pandemic, more oxygen than required will be available in the district at all times. Oxygen systems are also installed in many hospitals. In the near future, 20 tons of oxygen gas will be available in Mathura at any time. This was confirmed in the report that the Deputy Commissioner Industries submitted to the DM.
District judge Navneet Singh took the initiative during the corona epidemic that one thousand beds should be prepared for Kovid in the district. At the same time he had talked about providing sufficient oxygen in the district. Both resolutions of DM have now been fulfilled. There is a thousand bed provision in state and non-state hospitals to cope with kovid.
Sufficient oxygen gas is also provided. Should an epidemic spread in the future, the administration will not be helpless. In the report submitted to the DM, the deputy commissioner of the industrial center said that 12 new oxygen plants are being built in the district. Of these, five oxygen systems will be installed in state hospitals and seven in private hospitals. With the exception of the Sonai Primary Health Center, oxygen systems in the rest of the state hospitals will be operational by July 15. Oxygen systems are installed in all state hospitals with over 50 beds in the district.

Laboratory capacity for testing corona will be increased
Mathura. It will also increase the capacity of the covid laboratory set up at the University of Veterinary Medicine during the first wave of covid-19 in 2020. This laboratory is being modernized. Its functionality is increased. In this context, ACMO informed Dr. Devendra Aggarwal that the laboratory is being upgraded. Its capacity used to be 350 for covid tests, which is now 800 samples per day.

Mathura. There will be no oxygen starvation patient in any of the district’s public and private hospitals. In times of the corona pandemic, more oxygen than required will be available in the district at all times. Oxygen systems are also installed in many hospitals. In the near future, 20 tons of oxygen gas will be available in Mathura at any time. This was confirmed in the report that the Deputy Commissioner Industries submitted to the DM.

District judge Navneet Singh took the initiative during the corona epidemic that one thousand beds should be prepared for Kovid in the district. At the same time he had talked about providing sufficient oxygen in the district. Both resolutions of DM have now been fulfilled. There is a thousand bed provision in state and non-state hospitals to cope with kovid.

Sufficient oxygen gas is also provided. Should an epidemic spread in the future, the administration will not be helpless. In the report submitted to the DM, the deputy commissioner of the industrial center said that 12 new oxygen plants are being built in the district. Of these, five oxygen systems will be installed in state hospitals and seven in private hospitals. With the exception of the Sonai Primary Health Center, oxygen systems in the rest of the state hospitals will be operational by July 15. Oxygen systems are installed in all state hospitals with over 50 beds in the district.



Laboratory capacity for testing corona will be increased

Mathura. It will also increase the capacity of the covid laboratory set up at the University of Veterinary Medicine during the first wave of covid-19 in 2020. This laboratory is being modernized. Its functionality is increased. In this context, ACMO informed Dr. Devendra Aggarwal that the laboratory is being upgraded. Its capacity used to be 350 for covid tests, which is now 800 samples per day.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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