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Delhi needs 700 MT oxygen to run hospitals, 976 MT to increase capacity: Sisodia

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Delhi needs 700 MT oxygen to run hospitals, 976 MT to increase capacity: Sisodia

Delhi needs 700 MT oxygen to run hospitals, 976 MT to increase capacity: Sisodia

Delhi needs 976 MT of oxygen to increase the capacity of hospital, said deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia on May 08.

"We are getting help for the supply of oxygen from Central govt; Delhi High Court and Supreme Court have also intervened in this regard.

We need 700 MT of oxygen to run hospitals in the state and if we want to increase the capacity of our hospitals we need 976 MT of oxygen," said Dy CM Sisodia.


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