September 18, 2021

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Oxygen deficiency: Five patients died in private hospital in Amritsar, MD said – we were suffering from deficiency for 48 hours

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• MD of Neelkanth Hospital says that we have been suffering from lack of oxygen for the last 48 hours.

• Five people died due to lack of oxygen in Amritsar

Oxygen deficiency killed five people in a private hospital in Amritsar:

 Five people died due to lack of oxygen at the Neelkanth Hospital on Fatehgarh Bangles Bypass Road. The condition of one is critical. As soon as the information was received, the family reached the spot and created a ruckus against the hospital management.

At the same time, MD of Neelkanth Hospital says that five patients have died due to lack of oxygen. We have been suffering from lack of oxygen for the last 48 hours. The administration says that oxygen cannot be given to private hospitals before government hospitals.

Maximum 6762 infected in a single day in Punjab, 76 dead:

In Punjab, 6762 cases of corona were reported on Friday. This is the highest single day figure in the state. Apart from this, 76 infected died in 24 hours while the condition of 44 remains critical. So far 8264 infected people have died in the state.

According to the Punjab Health Department, on Friday, 8 in Amritsar, 2 in Barnala, 6 in Bathinda, 2 in Faridkot, 1 in Fazilka, 7 in Gurdaspur, 5 in Hoshiarpur, 5 in Jalandhar, 7 in Kapurthala, 8 in Ludhiana, Mansa In 1, 5 people died in Mohali, 3 in Muktsar, 2 in Pathankot, 6 in Patiala, 3 in Ropar, 3 in Sangrur and 2 in Nawanshahar.

527 Infected oxygen support:

The department said that at present, 527 infected people have been put on oxygen support in various hospitals due to difficulty in breathing. Samples of 6848790 people have been taken so far in Punjab. A total of 326447 people reported positive. Of these, 274240 have been cured.

Captain wrote a letter to the Center for Oxygen:

Earlier, in view of the lack of oxygen for Kovid-19 patients, Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh wrote a letter to the central government demanding uninterrupted oxygen supply to the state. He also objected to the linking of the Punjab quota of oxygen with Chandigarh. He demanded immediate consideration of the request for supply of uninterrupted oxygen by liquid medical oxygen (LMO) suppliers on a daily basis. He also appealed that 120 MT of medical oxygen be supplied daily to Punjab. This should be separate from the 22 MT portion to be given to PGI Chandigarh out of the quota of Punjab.

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