Why India is facing an oxygen crisis as COVID cases mount
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By Devjyot Ghoshal NEW DELHI (Reuters) – By air, by train and by road, India is scrambling to move large quantities of medical oxygen to hospitals in its capital New Delhi and other areas hit hard by a record surge of COVID-19. ARE HOSPITALS RUNNING OUT OF OXYGEN? The main problem is that medical oxygen is not reaching hospital beds in time. This delay is a product of where production units are located, a stretched distribution network, and what critics have said is bad planning. Several hospitals in Delhi, which has no significant oxygen production capacity, made frantic public calls this wee…

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