6 Delhi Hospitals Have Exhausted Their Oxygen Supply and 7 Have Under 5 Hours Left

Six hospitals in the national capital have completed their supply of oxygen and seven others have less than five hours of ventilation, Deputy Prime Minister Manisan Sisodia told union health minister Harsh Vardhan on Thursday.
In a letter to the Union Minister of Health, Sisodia pointed out that the six hospitals Saroj Super Specialty Hospital, Shanti Mukund, Tirath Ram Shah, UK Nursing Home, Rathi Hospital and Santom Hospital, had completed their supply of oxygen.
Hospitals with less than five hours of oxygen supply include Baba Saheb Ambedkar Hospital, BLK Hospital, Holy Family Hospital, Okhla, Indraprastha Apollo Hospital, Max Superspeciality Hospital, Patparganj, Venketeshwara Hospital and Sri Balaji Action Medical Institute, Sisodia pointed out. Delhi Hospitals Have Exhausted Their Oxygen Supply
“Police and senior officials in Uttar Pradesh and Haryana are blocking oxygen tanks, and delaying these tanks from reaching Delhi hospitals on time,” Sisodia said in the letter.
“I urge you to ensure that the oxygen allocated to Delhi by the Center gets there without delay to save the lives of patients,” he added.

Several small hospitals in the city struggled to replenish the oxygen supply of coronavirus patients on Thursday morning, just as some major health care facilities received new stock overnight. Delhi Hospitals Have Exhausted Their Oxygen Supply

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