Madhya Pradesh: Oxygen plant to be set up at Dhar soon

DHAR: An oxygen plant with a capacity of 125 cylinders per day will be set up at the CNG gas station in Dhar in a month’s time.

Collector Alok Kumar Singh and Sandeep Naveriya of CNG gas company finalised the arrangement for the plant.

Collector Singh said that the company will provide supply oxygen free of cost to the government hospitals and at the prescribed rate to the local hospitals for two years.

This plant will start in about a month's time, he said. Collector Singh said that on Tuesday he requested the industrialists to pitch in corona patients and within an hour, the promoter of Sadguru Cement, Rajesh Bansal presented a check of Rs 7.5 lakh for the cause.

“I hope that within the next two days, we will get the required amount,” he added.

District Hospital to get 2 life support ambulances in 2 days

Dhar district is all set to get 2 life support ambulances from Eicher and Bridgestone companies for the District Hospital within next two days.

Collector Alok Kumar Singh that in the wake of increasing Covid cases he has requested industrialists to support the local administration.

The district has also have received some fund from CM Relief Fund, he added.

He said that one ambulance will be attached to the Covid Centre of Mohankheda.

The life support ambulance is similar to a moving ICU with all the modern equipment required to save a patient’s life, he added.

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