Abohar hospital gets oxygen plant

Abohar hospital gets oxygen plant

Our Correspondent

Abohar, June 21

CleanMax, a sustainability partner for leading corporates in Asia, has installed its first oxygen generation plant in the state at the 100-bed Subdivisional Civil Hospital here. As many as 25 such plants have been installed in other states also.

District Youth Congress ex-president Sandeep Jakhar inaugurated the plant in the presence of Civil Surgeon Dr Parminder Kumar, SMO Dr Gagandeep Singh, Mayor Vimal Thatai, Improvement Trust chairman Anil Nagpal and other dignitaries.

Sandeep said he had approached many non-government organisations for setting up an oxygen plant in the hospital to meet challenges of third Covid wave that might hit the country in a few months.

Since most of the Covid patients across Fazilka district belonged to Abohar, the oxygen plant could prove to be of great help in future, he said.

CleanMax manager Bhupinder Jangu said the patients in the emergency ward would get piped supply as and when required.

On the occasion, the Civil Surgeon said vaccination for people for the 18-plus group had been launched today. While assuring that there won’t be shortage of vaccines, he urged social activists to exhort eligible people to opt for inoculation.

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