After O2 crisis, govt targets 421-tonne storage capacity – ET HealthWorld

New Delhi: After the second wave of Covid-19 devastated the capital in April and May, Delhi government has been strengthening health infrastructure keeping in mind a likely third wave. Part of this exercise involves ramping up oxygen generation and storage facilities at city hospitals. In June, chief minister Arvind Kejriwal had announced that the buffer liquid medical oxygen (LMO) storage capacity for the city will be enhanced by 421 metric tonnes (MT). This is part of the large-scale preparations against the third wave. The aim was to increase storage capacity…

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