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Madhya Pradesh: Lack of oxygen in Shahdol Medical College causes 12 deaths

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The growing havoc of the second wave of Corona virus in the country has caused the health system to collapse.

There is an acute shortage of beds, ventilators, medicine used in the treatment of corona and a shortage of oxygen in hospitals across the country, due to which the number of deaths is increasing steadily.

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At Shahdol Medical College in Madhya Pradesh, 12 covid patients died late Saturday due to low oxygen supply. Since then, political mercury has risen in Madhya Pradesh. 

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As soon as the oxygen was low, the patient started to suffer, after which there was a stir in the hospital. There was chaos for the arrangement of oxygen cylinders.

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Medical management got involved in arranging cylinders to make oxygen supply pressure, but all of them lost 12 lives.

10 more corona patients died at Shahdol Medical College before 12 oxygen-deficient patients. In this way, a total of 22 patients died on Saturday.

Dr. Milind Shiralkar, Dean of Shahdol Medical College, has also confirmed these 12 deaths due to lack of oxygen.

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Dr. Milind said that due to lack of oxygen in the hospital, now only very serious patients are being given oxygen.

However On the other hand, Shahdol District Magistrate has refused to accept the lack of oxygen as the reason behind these deaths.

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