Mathura will be self-sufficient in the oxygen supply until May 20th: Shrikant Sharma

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Mathura News: Golden Jubilee The IOCL Kovid Hospital is ready in Mathura. Energy Minister Shrikant Sharma has inspected it and given instructions to open this hospital this week with 100 oxygen beds and an intensive care unit.

Mathura Uttar Pradesh’s Minister of Energy and Additional Energy Sources, Shrikant Sharma, reviewed preparations for dealing with covid-19 infection at the Collectorate Auditorium in Mathura. The energy minister requested that the oxygen system installation work in the hospitals be completed by May 20. the DM to get the job done quickly, to make Mathura self-sufficient in the oxygen supply.

At the review meeting, the DM announced that the installation work for an oxygen system was being carried out at the KD Medical College, the Nayati Hospital, the City Hospital and the SKS Hospital, so that around 9.5 tons of oxygen can be supplied in these hospitals Mathura district consumes around 15 tons of oxygen every day. The energy minister said work on these facilities should be completed before May 20. It will be installed in the district hospital shortly with the MLA fund and will be completed before May 20th. In addition, the installation of an oxygen system from the PM Cares Fund is planned in the district hospital. The municipal body and the Ministry of Health must work in a coordinated manner.

The energy minister said to turn this disaster into an opportunity Mathura must be self-sufficient to deliver oxygen in the direction of Prime Minister Narendra Modis’ resolution. Before that, the energy minister inspected the Kovid Command Center integrated into the Collectorate Campus. He instructed the administration, the local authority and the health department to improve coordination. He said patients should get the maximum benefit from existing and new resources and receive better treatment. Shrikant Sharma said that they need to keep in constant contact with patients who are isolated at home. Work on patient calls quickly. He instructed that seriously ill patients do not have to deviate even after the TSR if this happens and then take action against the DM hospital over the complaint.

Provide a kit as soon as you test positive for antigen. If you get a positive RTPCR test within four hours, the task of delivering medication to patients should be completed and disinfection work expedited.

The golden jubilee IOCL Kovid Hospital in Mathura is ready, the energy minister has inspected it and ordered this hospital to open this week with 100 oxygen beds and an intensive care unit. There will be an 8-bed room in the intensive care unit and a special room for the isolation of women.

 

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