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Signed MoUs with 3 manufactures of liquid oxygen: Assam Health Minister

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Signed MoUs with 3 manufactures of liquid oxygen: Assam Health Minister

Signed MoUs with 3 manufactures of liquid oxygen: Assam Health Minister

Amid oxygen crisis across the country, Assam has signed MoUs with three manufactures of liquid oxygen in the state.

While speaking to ANI, state Health Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma on April 27 said, "We have signed MoUs with three manufactures of liquid oxygen.

These three plants will give us 10.5 MT oxygen per day.

With this, our total capacity has gone up to 66 MT."


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