Oxygen Plant – How to deal with the third wave, but the oxygen plant foundation isn’t ready yet

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Pilibhit. The oxygen deficiency revealed in the second corona wave should not be overshadowed in the third wave either. Because even ten percent of the work on three oxygen systems to be built in the district has not yet been completed. In such a situation, dealing with the third wave in front of the health department is no less than a challenge.
In the second wave of infections in the district, more than 6500 corona infected people were found. In which 283 people died of Corona. Many of these people died of lack of oxygen. After the second wave of infections had stopped, the health department began building an oxygen system. In which the exercise to build two oxygen systems was started. In addition, an oxygen system will be built using the PMSY scheme. In which two district hospitals will be built on campus and one in Madhotanda CHC. After the proposal was passed, instructions were given to complete it by August, but more than ten percent of the work could not be carried out in the oxygen system that was being built in the county hospital. The foundations of the oxygen system have not yet been completed. It is a matter of time before the machine is installed. In such a situation, the work of the oxygen plant in the district is slow. There is a similar situation in Madhotanda. On the one hand, health experts expect the third wave after August. How does the health department deal with these challenges in such a situation?
The construction of an oxygen system is in progress. The work has started. For some reason the work started too late. Work is currently proceeding at a brisk pace. Oxygen plant will be put into operation shortly after completion of the construction work – Dr. Seema Agarwal, CMO

Pilibhit. The oxygen deficiency revealed in the second corona wave should not be overshadowed in the third wave either. Because even ten percent of the work on three oxygen systems to be built in the district has not yet been completed. In such a situation, dealing with the third wave in front of the health department is no less than a challenge.

In the second wave of infections in the district, more than 6500 corona infected people were found. In which 283 people died of Corona. Many of these people died of lack of oxygen. After the second wave of infections had stopped, the health department began building an oxygen system. In which the exercise to build two oxygen systems was started. In addition, an oxygen system will be built using the PMSY scheme. In which two district hospitals will be built on campus and one in Madhotanda CHC. After the proposal was passed, instructions were given to complete it by August, but more than ten percent of the work could not be carried out in the oxygen system that was being built in the county hospital. The foundations of the oxygen system have not yet been completed. It is a matter of time before the machine is installed. In such a situation, the work of the oxygen plant in the district is slow. There is a similar situation in Madhotanda. On the one hand, health experts expect the third wave after August. How does the health department deal with these challenges in such a situation?

The construction of an oxygen system is in progress. The work has started. For some reason, the work started too late. Work is currently proceeding at a brisk pace. Oxygen plant will be put into operation shortly after completion of the construction work – Dr. Seema Agarwal, CMO

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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