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Mumbai trust providing free oxygen cylinders to poor COVID-19 patients

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Mumbai trust providing free oxygen cylinders to poor COVID-19 patients

Mumbai trust providing free oxygen cylinders to poor COVID-19 patients

A trust in Mumbai is proving oxygen cylinders for free to COVID-19 patients who are not able to pay their medical bills.

Zakir Chauhan, the trustee said, "As doctor say, patients not getting enough oxygen is one of the major reasons for Covid-19 deaths." Total number of 1,59,133 coronavirus cases have been reported in the state so far.

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