Supply was limited, but there were no deaths in Maharashtra without oxygen, claims Health Minister Tope Coronavirus-latest-news
No patient has died in Maharashtra due to lack of oxygen, claims Rajesh Tope, the state’s health minister.
Mumbai, July 21 : During the second wave of corona in Maharashtra (Second wave of corona virus(Demand for oxygen)Demand of oxygen) Was greatly increased. Limited stocks available to the state (limited stock of oxygen) Was. If the vehicle does not reach at night, oxygen will not be available in the morning.Hand and mouth situation) Was in the state. But no patient dies in Maharashtra due to lack of oxygen (DeathNot done, claims state health minister Rajesh Tope (Rajesh Tope) Has done.
What did Tope say?
As the second wave of corona reached its climax, the state was facing a shortage of oxygen. However, due to proper planning and management of the available oxygen, patients have not died due to lack of oxygen anywhere, said state health minister Rajesh Tope. Care has also been taken to ensure that oxygen is not wasted as it is limited in the state, Tope said.
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Accident but 6 thousand …
The accident that took place in Nashik was an accident. However, it would be wrong to say that the victim died due to lack of oxygen, Tope said. It was an accident and care was taken not to have such an accident elsewhere, Tope said. He said that this was possible due to the coordination between the oxygen management system in the state and the system that uses it directly. He said that even if a patient with oxygen was going to the toilet, the supply of oxygen was being cut off for the same amount of time. He said the state government had provided 16 metric tonnes of oxygen per day and it was unlikely that there would be any further shortage of oxygen.