Oxygen shortage in Delhi: Delhi doctor cuts short while talking about oxygen crisis hospital situation during Corona

Highlights:

  • Oxygen stocks in many hospitals in Delhi are declining rapidly
  • CEO of Shanti Mukund Hospital crying over oxygen condition
  • Corona patients request bed, deteriorating condition

New Delhi
You will realize what the situation is like about Corona in the capital Delhi. Lack of oxygen, shortage of stock is being done by most of the hospitals in Delhi. Lack of oxygen will be seen more when a doctor of a hospital in Delhi shouts.

Crying about lack of oxygen
The CEO of Delhi’s Shanti Mukund Hospital, Sunil Sagar Hospital, cried over the lack of oxygen. He said it is a very difficult situation. We have very little oxygen left. We have requested the doctors to give leave to whom it can be given. We have 2 hours of oxygen left.

Delhi’s Shanti Mukund Hospital is short of oxygen. Doctors say that if we get oxygen oxygen in time, patients will not leave. At the same time, the son of a Corona patient admitted to the hospital said that I request the government to get oxygen.

Please accept my wife will die
The government can often argue that the bed is still empty but patients keep wandering. Corona patients are bed-ridden and wandering for oxygen. Ambulances and private vehicles saw a crowd of patients outside Delhi’s Lok Nayak Jay Prakash Hospital LNJP. Many patients were complaining of not keeping beds.

Stock down in Delhi, Kejriwal government preparing to get oxygen airlift from Odisha
Aslam Khan rushed his 30-year-old sick wife to the hospital on a bike, but did not find a bed. Aslam was seen praying for the bed. He was seen begging in front of the hospital staff. Aslam Khan said my wife will die, please accept. LNJP is a large hospital in Kovid where corona patients are treated.

You have the matrix
Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia on Thursday said that some hospitals in the capital have run out of oxygen, leaving them with no option. He alleged that some states were trying to regain control over medical oxygen in parts of the national capital.

Lack of oxygen in many hospitals in Delhi

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