New Delhi: The corona epidemic in the national capital Delhi has made the situation worse. Patients are finding it very difficult to get hospital and oxygen. According to Hindustan, the Delhi government will create a centralized oxygen pool to provide emergency oxygen at home for Kovid patients living in home isolation. This pool will work under the supervision of the District Magistrates. The District Magistrate will have the right to decide whether he should give oxygen at home or not, given the severity of the Kovid patient. At present, the health department has given a quota of 20-20 oxygen cylinders to all the districts.
Explain that more than 50 thousand patients are in home isolation in Delhi. If he is badly in need of oxygen, he runs towards the hospital, which fills the beds there. The government is preparing to reduce congestion in hospitals by providing oxygen at home.
The government has also appealed to Delhiites to donate empty oxygen cylinders. According to senior health department officer Ashish Kundra, a center has been set up at Rajghat DTC bus depot, where people can donate cylinders. For information related to this, you can call 011 23270718.
Corona patients living in home isolation will be able to get oxygen cylinders by registering on the Delhi government portal www.delhi.gov.in. For this, at the time of registration, they will have to upload photo identity card, Aadhaar card, Kovid test report and if there is a CT scan report. On the basis of this, the District Collector will provide them with oxygen cylinders. Later, if needed, they will also get a pass to get refill from the refilling plant in the district.