Chandigarh administration increases daily quota of oxygen cylinders for private hospitals, mini COVID centres

Chandigarh administration increases daily quota of oxygen cylinders for private hospitals, mini COVID centres

The development comes after meeting with hospital authorities at GMCH-32 and GMSH-16. Tribune file photo

Tribune News Service
Chandigarh, May 11

Chandigarh administration has revised its daily quota for oxygen cylinders for private hospitals and mini COVID centres—a development that comes as hospitalisations due the deadly wave of COVID-19 continue to rise in the union territory.

The development comes after meeting with hospital authorities at GMCH-32 and GMSH-16.

Given below is the increase in hospital quotas for oxygen cylinders.

 

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