Ghaziabad: Under this initiative, a car is sent to the patient and as soon as the patient reaches them, they are provided oxygen supply until a hospital bed is not allotted to them.
Ghaziabad: In a good move, amid rising coronavirus cases in Ghaziabad, a Gurudwara in Indirapuram has come forward with a unique initiative to help COVID-19 patients.
The operators in Gurudwara have started ‘Oxygen Langar’. The coronavirus cases have created havoc in Ghaziabad and this initiative has been brought up to help COVID-19 patients wandering for oxygen supply.
As per the authorities, this initiative was taken taking into cognizance the hardships the patients are undergoing amid oxygen shortage. A helpline number 9097041313 has also been released to help patients with an adequate supply of oxygen.
How does it work
According to officials, as soon as the Gurudwara receives a call on the helpline number, a car is sent to the patient and as soon as the patient reaches them, they are provided oxygen supply until a hospital bed is not allotted to them.
The management also made it clear that they are not providing a door-to-door supply of oxygen to anybody’s home.
Amid this critical situation when many leading hospitals are facing an acute shortage of oxygen, this initiative by the Gurudwara is commendable as people are getting immediate relief with this step. A large number of people are already gathering at the Indirapuram Gurudwara for oxygen supply.
COVID-19 cases in Uttar Pradesh
Meanwhile, COVID-19 cases have created havoc in Uttar Pradesh as the state recorded 34379 new COVID-19 cases in the past 24 hours, the highest-single day spike.
195 people succumbed to the deadly contagious virus. Ghaziabad saw almost 1,000 cases in a single day. Hotspot Lucknow saw more than 5,000 fresh COVID-19 cases. With Thanks To Times Now News
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