On Day 2 Of Delhi's Oxygen Crisis, 4 Hospitals Running Short: 10 Points

On Day 2 Of Delhi's Oxygen Crisis, 4 Hospitals Running Short: 10 Points

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Haryana has accused Delhi of "looting" an oxygen tanker that was on way to Faridabad and ordered police protection for its tankers.

State health minister Anil Vij said, "We are being forced to give our oxygen to Delhi. First, we'll complete our needs, then give to others".

Father George, the Director of Delhi's Holy Family Hospital, told NDTV that around 400 patients are on oxygen support and they have supplies till evening.

A Faridabad-based company, which was their supplier, has refused to bring any more oxygen, citing "orders from above", he said.

Dr John Punnos, Associate Director of St Stephen's hospital, said they have 500 patients and only 2 hours of oxygen left. The oxygen, he said, is being held up at the Haryana border.

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