Oxygen Demand Falls By 17% In A Week, Hospitalisation Down, Says Sisodia
The Morning Standard|May 14, 2021
The daily requirement of medical oxygen in Delhi was down by almost 17 per cent from 700 MT to 582 MT with Covid cases in need of hospitalisation decreasing in last one week, Deputy CM Manish Sisodia said on Thursday.

The number of SOS calls from hospitals seeking immediate supply of oxygen also dwindled significantly, he said, adding that the Delhi government urged the Centre to divert the surplus amount to other states.

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