India Air Force starts operations to airlift oxygen containers amid acute Covid crisis in the country. Sangbad Pratidin

Published by: Arupkanti Bera | Posted: April 23, 2021 1:11 pm | Updated: April 23, 2021 1:28 pm News Daily Digital Desk: Corona Virus situation in different parts of the country, one after the other (Oxygen) is crying out for oxygen. Although oxygen was produced in many cases, it was not possible to get it to the right place at the right time. The lack of oxygen containers was causing problems in moving from one place to another. So this time the Indian Air Force has come forward to help in that work. Empty container air was lifted from Panagarh.

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Three empty containers were taken from Panagarh on Thursday by two Indian Air Force C-16S and one IL7 aircraft. They will be filled with liquid oxygen and transported to the destination by road or rail. Now the Indian Air Force will be constantly moving such oxygen containers from all over the country. Earlier on Wednesday, the Delhi High Court had recommended an airlift for oxygen delivery. The next day, the Indian Air Force went to work. However, this is not the first time they have extended a helping hand to Corona. Earlier, the Covid test equipment was flown from Leh to Ladakh. Even other medical equipment has been airlifted by the Indian Air Force from various places before. In the last few days, the supply of oxygen in the country has increased a lot. Oxygen used in medicine is being produced from various industrial and public sectors such as steel industry. As a result, more than 3,300 metric tons of oxygen is being produced every day in one push. According to Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s office, 20 states in the country need 6,065 metric tons of liquid oxygen per day. On April 21, the central government supplied a total of 6,622 metric tons of liquid oxygen to the states. The result is that if oxygen is delivered to hospitals in the right way, it will be possible to significantly reduce mortality in hospitals. The situation is expected to improve further as the Indian Air Force advances in oxygen transport.

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