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Shortage of oxygen beds

Nashik, Apr 8 (UNI) There are complaints from relatives of corona patients that the city is not getting oxygen beds for corona sufferers, and the condition of municipal hospitals is no different. As there is not enough oxygen available, the corporation has found an alternative. It has been decided to purchase 100 oxygen oxygen concentrators.

According to sources, the number of corona victims is increasing every day in the city. An average of three and a half to four thousand patients are found in the district. The highest number of 3,000 patients are found in Nashik city. In addition to the patients from rural areas of Nashik district, a large number of patients are coming to the hospitals in Nashik city from Dhule, Jalgaon, Nandurbar. Therefore, it is being said that the hospitals in Nashik are full at present. Patients are also suffering due to lack of oxygen and ventilator beds. At present there are around 18 to 20 thousand patients in Nashik city. However, the need for oxygen beds is so great that it is almost impossible to get them.
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