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Bhupendrasinh Chudasama said ( about Vijay Rupani ) : “In the larger interest of the state’s students, the Government of Gujarat, under the direction of chief minster Vijay Rupani, has decided to cancel the Class 12 board exams of GSHSEB,”
timesofindia Thursday, June 3, 2021 6:36:00 AM EAT
Sunil Joshi said ( about Vijay Rupani ) : "Over 4,000 indoor patients are admitted in 400-odd private hospitals of the city. If the oxygen supply is not restored immediately, hospitals will be forced to discharge patients,” said Dr Nirmal Choraria. VADODARA/SURAT/AHMEDABAD: The spectre of crippling oxygen shortage threatening to snuff out Covid-19 affected lives is looming large in Gujarat. Growing need of gasping Covid-19 patients has rendered 1,000MT availability of the gas insufficient as hospitals across cities and towns reportedly struggled to treat unabated flow of breathless patients. The state government informed the Gujarat high court on Monday that there are 52,036 Covid patients currently on oxygen support across the state. “With the surge in cases, oxygen demand has risen from 58 MT on March 15 to 1,000 MT on April 24. The state received a quota of 1000 MT on April 24 and all was consumed in hospitals. The state government has created a distribution monitoring and audit system to avoid wastage,” government submitted in HC on Monday. Earlier in the day, the ), Surat, warned that around 400 hospitals with 4,000 Covid-19 patients will have to start discharging patients if the is not restored. Representatives from IMA, Surat, met the district collector and the city police commissioner on Monday to red-flag the issue. They also shot off a letter to CM Vijay Rupani claiming the diamond city is receiving 20% less oxygen supply against its requirement of 230 metric ton. “Over 4,000 indoor patients are admitted in 400-odd private hospitals of the city. If the oxygen supply is not restored immediately, hospitals will be forced to discharge patients,” said Dr Nirmal Choraria, chairman of Covid-19 task force of IMA, Surat. IMA also warned of possible law and order situation at these hospitals and sought police support. Meanwhile, ) and Surat Municipal Institute of Medical Education and Research (SMIMER) closed gates on Monday morning due to shortage of beds and ventilators. “There is a shortage of oxygen. We are trying hard to get supply from multiple private suppliers but there is a definite deficit. Difficult to cope up with the deficit at present,” district collector Dhaval Patel told TOI. In districts like Banaskantha, Patan, Gir-Somnath too, doctors complained of oxygen scarcity. “We have 125 beds and have admitted 200 patients needing oxygen. There is no scope to admit anymore patients as oxygen supply is limited,"
timesofindia Tuesday, April 27, 2021 4:54:00 AM EAT
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