Patients suffering from a lack of oxygen all day long, 6.5 tons in the evening

Oxygen bottles in the air product of the lock town of Radhika.
– Photo: City Office

Critical corona-infected patients struggled with a lack of medical oxygen all day Monday. After noon, government and private hospitals were starting to run out of oxygen. The district administration then drew the government’s attention to the dire situation. The Chief Secretary took note of the matter.
He immediately provided 6.5 tons of oxygen supply from Kashipur in Uttarakhand. The oxygen tanker left there late Monday evening. The tanker is expected to arrive in the district on Tuesday morning. Here the drug inspector Hemendra Chaudhary stayed at the Inox plant in Modinagar to fetch oxygen.
On Monday morning, 200 bottles were delivered by the operator of the Radha Air Gas Plant in Kasimpur. These cylinders were over by noon. A litmus test was then performed on patients receiving oxygen-assisted treatment based on severely coronary infected patients admitted to hospitals in the district and battling other diseases.
The district ran out of oxygen gas. At JN Medical College, patients were asked to arrange oxygen. This is where private hospitals have raised their hands in treating patients.
The district administration immediately approved the state of the district. From there came the chief secretary, Harkat. On his instructions, 6.5 tons of gas could be arranged from Kashipur. City magistrate Vineet Kumar Singh said the tanker will arrive in Aligarh early Tuesday.
100-cylinder agreement signed with Radha Gas
The situation became uncontrollable on Monday morning at the Radha Air Gas plant in Kasimpur. Large numbers of people reached there to take oxygen bottles. The information was passed on to the administration. SLO Sanjeev Ojha arrived on the spot. He tried to convince people. However, no one agreed to understand. For a long time there was a similar atmosphere.
After that, the gas was delivered to private hospitals. The administration then decided that 100 bottles from the Radha gas system would be made available to the state Kovid hospitals every day. In addition, another 100 cylinders can be delivered to private hospitals.

Critical corona-infected patients struggled with a lack of medical oxygen all day Monday. After noon, oxygen was running low in both government and private hospitals. The district administration then drew the government’s attention to the dire situation. The Chief Secretary took note of the matter.

He immediately provided 6.5 tons of oxygen from Kashipur in Uttarakhand. The oxygen tanker left there late Monday evening. The tanker is expected to arrive in the district on Tuesday morning. Here the drug inspector Hemendra Chaudhary stayed at the Inox plant in Modinagar to fetch oxygen.

On Monday morning, 200 bottles were delivered by the operator of the Radha Air Gas Plant in Kasimpur. These cylinders were over by noon. A litmus test was then carried out on patients receiving oxygen-assisted treatment based on severe coronary infected patients admitted to hospitals in the district and battling other diseases.

The district ran out of oxygen gas. At JN Medical College, patients were asked to arrange oxygen. This is where private hospitals have raised their hands in treating patients.

The district administration immediately approved the state of the district. From there came the chief secretary, Harkat. On his instructions, 6.5 tons of gas could be arranged from Kashipur. City magistrate Vineet Kumar Singh said the tanker will arrive in Aligarh early Tuesday.

100-cylinder agreement signed with Radha Gas

The situation became uncontrollable on Monday morning at the Radha Air Gas plant in Kasimpur. Large numbers of people reached there to take oxygen bottles. The information was passed on to the administration. SLO Sanjeev Ojha arrived on the spot. He tried to convince people. However, no one agreed to understand. For a long time there was a similar atmosphere.

After that, the gas was delivered to private hospitals. The administration then decided that 100 bottles from the Radha gas system would be made available to the state Kovid hospitals every day. In addition, another 100 cylinders can be delivered to private hospitals.

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