41 hospitals with over 7000 people on oxygen support sent SOS calls to Delhi govt on May 3: Raghav Chadha

Raghav said that they received an average of 393 metric tonnes (MT) of oxygen a day last week against the requirement of 976 MT. 

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New Delhi: Amid a shortage of medical oxygen in Delhi, AAP MLA Raghav Chadha on Tuesday said 41 hospitals with around 7,000 people on oxygen support sent SOS calls to the Delhi government on May 3.

Raghav said that they received an average of 393 metric tonnes (MT) of oxygen a day last week against the requirement of 976 MT.

Delhi is struggling to contain an alarming spike in the number of COVID-19 cases. 41 hospitals, with 7,142 people on oxygen support, sent SOS calls to the Delhi government on Monday, Chadha said

Team Kejriwal’ promptly responded to all the SOS calls and delivered 21.3 MT of oxygen to these hospitals, he added

Chadha further said that Delhi received an average of 393 MT of oxygen a day last week against the requirement of 976 MT. He said the city got 433 MT of oxygen, just 44 per cent of the total requirement, on Monday.

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