Health Ministry Says No Deaths During 2nd Wave Due To Lack Of Oxygen

On Tuesday, the central government said that no UT/state has reported Covid-19 patient’s deaths due to lack of oxygen (LMO) during the second wave. Health Ministry announced it in the form of a written response to a Congress MP KC Venugopal’s question.

Source: Outlook India

Previously, Venugopal had asked whether “it is a fact that a large number of Covid-19 died on hospitals and roads because of acute shortage of oxygen” in the second wave. He had sought a response from the government on the total demand for oxygen.

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Moreover, the Congress MP wrote that the government should take steps to ensure that no shortage of oxygen in the country. The experts say that a large number of patients will require oxygen if the third wave of Covid-19 infections hits India. 

In response to Venugopal, the Centre said that health is a “state subject”. It is the responsibility of states to report Covid-19 cases to the Union Health Ministry. However, no deaths have been recorded so far during the second wave of Covid-19.

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