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Prices go up as states face oxygen shortage due to surge in cases

IndiaTimes Monday, 14 September 2020 ()
As Covid cases surge across India, some states already face an oxygen shortage. It was reported that four patients died in Dewas district in MP due to oxygen shortage, which the government denied, but admitted that there was a shortage.
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News video: COVID-19: No shortage of oxygen in country, says Health Ministry

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Union Health Ministry Secretary, Rajesh Bhushan on September 15 denied the shortage of oxygen in the country and said there is sufficient oxygen for the patients. He said, "Today's capacity for production of oxygen is slightly more than 6,900 metric tonnes. There is no shortage of oxygen. Problems...

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