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No death in Bihar due to oxygen shortage: Mantri

IndiaTimes Tuesday, 27 July 2021
Bihar health minister Mangal Pandey on Tuesday said that no Covid patient in Bihar had died due to shortages in oxygen supplies or unavailability of equipment. He also denied that any Covid patient had died due to a delay in being provided an ICU bed.
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