India is struggling with a second wave of the coronavirus infection and hospitals in several states are reeling under shortage of medical oxygen and beds in view of the rising COVID-19 cases. The country recorded a one-day tally of 3.32 lakh new coronavirus cases and 2,263 new fatalities, according to official data released on Friday. Gurgaon’s Artemis Hospital had a tense Friday as staff struggled to meet oxygen demands of patients because they hadn’t received their supply for the day. Officials at the hospital, which is treating 140 Covid patients, with 50 in the ICU, said at 10 am that the supply would only last three hours. Over the last few days, they said, the hospital had been receiving a third of its usual oxygen supply, even as demand had increased “three to five times”.
Over the last few days, officials said the hospital had been receiving a third of its usual oxygen supply, even as demand had increased “three to five times”.
The court said it was of the opinion of consideration of such a ban by the governments as the Covid-19 virus affects the lungs and weak lungs are severely affected.
The TMC chief said the Rs 600 per dose cap for private hospitals would encourage “unscrupulous” practices in the market.
A press release, issued by the police on Friday, said the Digital Pass Cell was started as per the directions of Police Commissioner Amitabh Gupta. Inspector Shilpa Chavan of the crime branch will handle the operations of the cell, which will remain active round the clock.
This is the first time in the past couple of days when Sidhu has attacked Amarinder overtly.
MLA Raghubhai Desai from Radhanpur taluka constituency in Patan wrote three letters to the district planning officer in Patan asking for allocation of fund of Rs 10 lakh each for Radhanpur taluka, Sami taluka and Santalpur Taluka in Patan.
Circle Officer (Kalyanpur) Dinesh Shukla confirmed that the case was lodged after a complaint was received from the CMO. “We have lodged the case, and probe is on,” said the officer.
The plant was ordered to shut down in 2018 by Tamil Nadu Pollution Control Board and the state government over environmental violations. The case is still pending in the Supreme Court.
The tankers will return by road and will bring the state 150 metric tonnes of liquid oxygen by April 27.
Action will be taken against violators of the order under provisions of the Karnataka Private Medical Establishment (KPME) Act, an order issued by Additional Chief Secretary (Health and Family Welfare) Jawaid Akhtar read.
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