Coronavirus update: The oxygen supply suddenly stopped at Kuta Hospital, and two patients died in the middle of the night

Coronavirus update: The oxygen supply suddenly stopped at Kuta Hospital, and two patients died in the middle of the night

The second wave of Corona in the country has become completely out of control and millions of people are infected with Corona every day. According to WorldMeter, more than two thousand people have died and nearly three cases of the virus have been reported in the past 24 hours. In many countries, there is a shortage of oxygen, treatments, and many medical facilities. In such a situation, the battle against Corona becomes more difficult. In many states, the closure has been imposed for a week to prevent infection with the Coronavirus, while night curfews and restrictions continue in some areas.

KUTA: Two patients died due to the interruption of the oxygen supply

The Ministry of Health has a profound impact on the rise in the Corona case in Rajasthan. In Kuta, Rajasthan, the oxygen supply was suddenly stopped at night, after which two patients painfully died. The family members accused the hospital administration that, after midnight on April 19, the oxygen supply suddenly stopped at about one o’clock. Because of this, the condition of the patients in the hospital worsened and two patients lost their lives.

Maharashtra: The flow of calls increased at the Pune Medical Emergency Center

Due to the increasing number of Coronavirus cases, the flow of calls at the Emergency Medical Center in Pune, Maharashtra has increased dramatically. The control room manager says nine to ten thousand calls are received per day, including Kovid Emergency and other services. Tensions have increased between people now and calls about Corona are the most frequent.

Maharashtra: strictly in effect until 1 May

Due to the increase in Corona cases in Maharashtra, the government announced the implementation of the restriction by May 1. Meanwhile, Article 144 will remain in effect in the state.

Delhi: Find identity cards and cars for people who have left the house in lockdown

The lockdown continues for six days in Delhi, and in the meantime, Delhi Police are searching the cars of people who have gone out of homes and checking IDs. The lockdown will last for a week in Delhi until 5 AM on April 26.

The second wave of Corona in the country has become out of control and millions of people are infected with Corona every day. Coronavirus daily affairs breaks all records every day and now the number of deaths due to COVID-19 is increasing as well. According to WorldMeter, more than two thousand Covid patients have died in the last 24 hours in the country and about three people have been infected. In many countries, there is a shortage of oxygen, treatments, and many medical facilities. Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal announced on Tuesday that oxygen has been left in Delhi hospitals for some time. In such a situation, the battle against Corona becomes more difficult. A week-long lockdown has been imposed in several states to prevent coronavirus infection, while night curfews and restrictions continue in some areas.

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