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Covid-19: With oxygen running out, Delhi-NCR hospitals asking patients to leave

IndiaTimes Thursday, 22 April 2021
Hospitals in Delhi-NCR had to issue appeals all through Thursday for their oxygen stock to be replenished with the lives of their Covid patients hanging in the balance. Top private hospitals like Apollo, Fortis, Max and Ganga Ram issued open appeals to the authorities to ensure timely delivery of the critical supply, citing the number of Covid patients who were dependent on it for their survival.
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