Covid-19: 10030 new cases in Mumbai, unfitness in three big cities,Lack of beds in hospitals, oxygen also

Hospitals are crammed with thousands of latest corona patients getting daily in Maharashtra. Beds became almost full in hospitals within the hotspot cities of the state, especially Mumbai, Pune, Nashik, Nagpur, etc. After filling the ICU and wards, measures are being taken to save lots of the lives of patients by placing beds within the corridors. there’s also a shortage of oxygen.

Covid-19: 10030 new cases in Mumbai
A health worker collecting samples to test corona in Mumbai

Covid-19: 10030 new cases in Mumbai

In Mumbai, 10,030 new cases of corona infection are reported within the last 24 hours, while 31 people have died. the entire number of cases here has been 4,72,332.

Covid-19: worse condition of patients: Tope

Maharashtra Health Minister Rajesh Tope says that folks are worsening their condition by delaying treatment. don’t start tests and drugs on time, so their condition worsens and ventilators and life-saving tools are needed. Minister Chhagan Bhujbal took over the administration himself by getting to his in-charge district Nashik.

  • 92 percent of Mumbai ICUs and 93 percent of ventilator beds full
  • Beds aren’t empty in Nashik hospital, queues for Remedisvir
  • ICU-Oxygen facility beds in Pune, only 79 ventilators empty
  • Two patients treated on one bed in Nagpur

Covid-19: ICU beds and acute oxygen shortage: IMA

On the opposite hand, the Indian Medical Association says that there has been a severe shortage of ICU beds and oxygen in many districts of Maharashtra. consistent with the worldwide Foundation, there’s a shortage of oxygen cylinders in hospitals in Aurangabad.

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