4 newborns, including 50 patients at risk due to lack of oxygen in Delhi’s Madhukar Rainbow Children’s Hospital

New Delhi, May 2
Delhi’s Madhukar Rainbow Children’s Hospital on Sunday sent a message of depleted oxygen reserves, saying 50 lives, including four newborns, were in danger. An official of the Malviya Nagar hospital said that the hospital has about 80 patients, including Covid-19 patients. She said there were 15 newborns in it. 50 people on oxygen support The official said 50 people, including four newborns, were on oxygen support there. The hospital does not have a tank to store liquid oxygen and relies on the supply of oxygen cylinders from a private vendor. “It has become a daily battle due to lack of uninterrupted supply,” the official said. We need about 125 oxygen cylinders every day. ” Lack of oxygen in many hospitals in Delhi Twelve Covid-19 patients died at Batra Hospital in South Delhi on Saturday when the hospital was without medical oxygen for about 80 minutes in the afternoon. Among the dead was a senior doctor. Many hospitals in Delhi are suffering from a lack of oxygen as cases of coronavirus are increasing day by day.