Dombivali, 4 July:
MNS MLA Raju Patil has written a letter to the Municipal Commissioner regarding the storage of excess oxygen in all hospitals for Kovid-19 patients in Kalyan-Dombivali and reminded them once again.
The contractor appointed to supply the patients was instructed to bring the cylinder immediately before exiting the available cylinder while treating the patients on Friday morning. Still not getting, the hospital administration had to wait three hours for the cylinder. MLA Raju Patil said that the other patients undergoing treatment at the hospital had experienced two critically ill patients suffering from lack of oxygen due to the contractor’s untimely supply when available cylinders ran out. On 24 June, MNS MLA Raju Patil submitted a letter to the Commissioner regarding storage of excess oxygen in all hospitals for Kovid-19 patients at Kalyan-Dombivali. However, this seems to have been ignored and they have now raised the question whether the commissioners will take note of it.
In this regard, MNS MLA Raju Patil said that most of the patients suffering from Kovid-19 require oxygen for treatment. With the increasing number of patients in the municipal area, there may be a shortage of oxygen currently available in hospitals. It is learned that oxygen supply was cut off for 3 days due to non-receipt of bills. If such a situation arises, the situation may worsen. Prior planning is necessary for this. However, you should pay attention immediately and instruct the concerned to store enough oxygen in all the hospitals for at least the next 10 days, so that the patients admitted for treatment in Kalyan-Dombivali Municipal hospitals face any problem. Do not have to. In addition, Thane and NaviMumbai Municipal Corporation have provided dashboards (#dashboards) for Corona patients to find out how many beds are available in which hospital. However, KDMC has not provided such dashboards. However, MLA Raju Patil has also demanded to make the dashboard (# dashboard) available to the citizens of Kalyan-Dombivli at the earliest.