The situation in the country is worsening due to the Corona virus. The record of Corona cases is continuously increasing every day. A large number of patients are dying in hospitals.
The situation in the country is worsening due to the Corona virus. The record of Corona cases is continuously increasing every day. A large number of patients are dying in hospitals. Patients are dying due to oxygen. If hospitals are in bad condition, then there is a long queue of dead bodies at the crematorium. There is no place in the crematorium. There is no place to burn the dead bodies. Now people are suffering like this. People are longing for oxygen. Maharaja Agrasen Hospital reached the Delhi High Court regarding the lack of oxygen for critically ill Kovid patients, during the hearing, the court said that if anyone stops the supply of oxygen, we will not spare it.
The High Court questioned the Center when will get 480 metric tonnes of oxygen allocated for Delhi? The Delhi High Court told the Center and the Delhi government that there is a need to reduce the death rate due to Kovid-19. Overwhelmed by the increasing number of Kovid-19 positive patients every day, the lack of medical oxygen has been flagged by many hospitals over the past few days, indicating the state of healthcare in India. In fact, many hospitals have sent oxygen SOS, demanding immediate supply.
This is not the second wave of corona tsunami
The Delhi High Court asked the Center what are its preparations in the wake of the second wave of Kovid-19 reaching its peak in May. The court has said that it is not a second wave of corona virus but a tsunami that has made the country in a big mess. The above remarks came from a bench of Justice Vipin Sanghi and Justice Rekha Palli during the hearing of a petition by Maharaja Agrasen Hospital.
Court questions governments on lack of oxygen
The hospital has moved the High Court regarding the lack of oxygen for critically ill Kovid patients. The court asked the Delhi government to tell who was obstructing the supply of oxygen. The bench said, “We will hang that person.” We will not spare anyone. ”
The court asked the Delhi government to also inform the Center about such officials of the local administration so that it could take action against them. The High Court also questioned the Center as to when it would get 480 metric tonnes of oxygen per day allotted to Delhi. The court said, “You (the Center) assured us (on 21 April) that 480 metric tonnes of oxygen would be delivered to Delhi every day.” Tell us when it will come? ” The Delhi government informed the court that it has been getting only 380 metric tons of oxygen daily for the last few days and on Friday it had received around 300 metric tons of oxygen. The court then questioned the Center.
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