The second wave of corona virus in the country is wreaking havoc on the lives of thousands of people every day. India is struggling with a lack of oxygen known to be alive in the corona virus. The condition is extremely painful in Delhi Maharashtra.
The second wave of Corona virus is wreaking havoc on the lives of thousands of people daily. India is struggling with a lack of oxygen known to be alive in the corona virus. The condition is extremely painful in Delhi Maharashtra. In Delhi today, the government held a high-level meeting to deal with the corona virus and to handle the situation in which several cabinet ministers including Piyush Goyal, Amit Shah attended. In this meeting, PM Narendra Modi made many big decisions in view of the seriousness of the situation.
PM Modi has approved the purchase of 1 lakh portable oxygen concentrator from PM Cars Fund. He has issued instructions that these Oxygen Concentrators should be purchased as soon as possible and they should be delivered immediately in the states where it is most needed. The government said 500 new PSA oxygen plants were approved under the PM-Cares fund. From this Earlier 713 PSA plants were approved under PM Care Fund, in addition 500 new Pressure Swing Soresation (PSA) Oxygen plants were approved under PM Care Fund. PMO said PSA plants will increase the supply of liquid medical oxygen to the district headquarters and hospitals in Tier 2 cities.
Let me tell you that in the midst of heavy oxygen shortage so far, Railways has given 202 MT of Medical Oxygen to Uttar Pradesh, 174 MT to Maharashtra, 70 MT to Delhi and 64 MT to Madhya Pradesh. The first Oxygen Express train departed from Mumbai to Vizag on 19 April.
PM has sanctioned the procurement of 1 lakh Portable Oxygen Concentrators from PM Cares Fund. He instructed that these Oxygen Concentrators should be procured at the earliest & provided in states with high case burden: PMO pic.twitter.com/FrNpQ3IlHk
– ANI (@ANI) April 28, 2021
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