Hospitals within the nationwide capital continued to ship out SOS calls on Saturday morning interesting to authorities to organize oxygen. Moolchand Hospital, Sir Ganga Ram Hospital (SGRH), Batra Hospital and Jaipur Golden hospital reported a scarcity of oxygen and appealed to the authority to organize it on the earliest.
At 7.05 am, Moolchand Hospital tweeted a few scarcity of oxygen. “Urgent sos help. We have less than 2 hours of oxygen supply at Moolchand Hospital. We are desperate and have tried all the nodal officer numbers but unable to connect. Have over 135 Covid patients with many on life support,” Moolchand hospital tweeted tagging Prime Minister Office, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, Chief Minister Office, Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal.
At 9.20 a.m., SGRH mentioned that solely 500 cubic meters of oxygen is left with the hospital which is able to final for about 30 odd minutes. Batra Hospital additionally reported a scarcity of oxygen. Its Medical Director Dr. SCL Gupta mentioned that the hospital is left with oxygen for one hour with 350 sufferers. He appealed to the authority to guarantee an pressing provide of oxygen. Later, DCP South District Atul Bhatia mentioned that an oxygen tanker had been organized for Batra hospital.
“We have received only 500-liter of oxygen after pleading for nearly 12 hours, which is also less than our daily requirement of 8,000 liters. We have 350 patients and it is difficult to treat them in absence of inadequate supply,” Gupta advised IANS.
Around 9.30 a.m., MD Jaipur Golden Hospital, Dr. D.Okay. Baluja tweeted, “Jaipur Golden Hospital is still waiting for oxygen. 215 COVID patients are dependent on the hospital, get supply ASAP. Please help, we are desperate.”
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