France sends O2 plant to Delhi to fill oxygen shortage – fr

France sends O2 plant to Delhi to fill oxygen shortage – fr

Since the outbreak of cases in the midst of the second wave of COVID-19, hospitals have had a short supply of oxygen, particularly in Delhi and the NCR region. Several hospitals in the nation’s capital are constantly asking governments to provide more oxygen. If their demand is not met every day, hospitals are left with oxygen supplies for only a few hours.
Amid the worsening situation, the Narayana Healthcare chain was relieved when it received an email from the French Embassy offering to donate an oxygen generator for its facility in Bangalore. The hospital asked the French Embassy to send the generator to the Delhi facility because there was a bigger crisis.

This rapid approval and installation of the oxygen generator at the Delhi facility is a clear indication of the seriousness of the French government in handling the crisis and helping India. The process would otherwise, under usual circumstances, have taken months, but due to the rapid approach of the French government, the generator was dispatched within a day. The generator soon arrived at Delhi airport at 6:30 a.m. on Sunday, and within three hours, the generators were handed over to Indian authorities. Dr Devi Prasad Shetty, president of Narayana Healthcare, said hospital authorities have already kept the generator installation site ready.

Commander Navneet Bali, regional director of Narayana Health, said that


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