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There will be no shortage of oxygen in the state: CM Shri Chouhan

Telephonic discussion held with Maharashtra CM on oxygen supply
Covid patients are increasing, caution is must
Preparations to start new plant of 200 tonne capacity in long term plan
Review meeting on Corona concludes
 

भोपाल : गुरूवार, सितम्बर 10, 2020, 17:00 IST

Chief Minister Shri Shivraj Singh Chouhan has said that there will be no shortage of oxygen in the state. Supply of oxygen will be ensured under all conditions as per the requirement of Covid-19 patients. Along with increasing the capacity of existing plants in the state, efforts are on to coordinate with other states. Besides increasing the capacity of existing plants in the state, efforts are on to coordinate with other states. Reviewing the situation of Corona in a meeting held at his residence, Chief Minister Shri Chouhan said that the number of Corona patients is increasing in the state but the smooth functioning of the systems is necessary in every situation. By the end of September, 150 tonnes of oxygen will be available. Action has also been begun for a new oxygen plant.

Telephonic discussion held with Maharashtra CM Shri Uddhav Thackeray

Chief Minister Shri Chouhan had a telephonic discussion with the Chief Minister of Maharashtra Shri Uddhav Thackeray regarding oxygen supply in the state. Shri Chouhan informed that Shri Thackeray has assured that the problem of oxygen exists in Maharashtra also but he will make every effort to continue to supply oxygen to Madhya Pradesh.

Alternate arrangements for oxygen supply from Gujarat and Uttar Pradesh

It was informed in the meeting that Maharashtra is supplying 20 tonnes of oxygen to the state. This supply is being made by Inox Company. This company will supply oxygen to Madhya Pradesh from its plants in Gujarat and Uttar Pradesh if required. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan said that currently we had 50 tonnes of oxygen available which we have enhanced to 120 tonnes and by September 30 this capacity will be increased to 150 tonnes. Instructions have also been given to increase the capacity of existing oxygen plants in the state. If these plants work at 100 percent capacity then we will get additional oxygen. There will no shortage of oxygen in the state. There is no need for any kind of concern.

Oxygen must not be misused

Chief Minister Shri Chouhan said that it is also necessary to ensure that oxygen is not misused. Oxygen should be available to the patient as required. Arrangements for required training and monitoring are being made to prevent wastage and misuse of oxygen.

Oxygen plant of 200 tonne capacity will be installed in the state

Chief Minister Shri Chouhan said that the state government is also working on a long term plan for the availability of oxygen. Inox company is being allowed to set up an oxygen plant in the state. This plant will be set up at Mohasa Bavai in Hoshangabad. It will produce 200 tonnes of oxygen.

Covid patients are on the rise: caution must

Chief Minister Shri Chouhan said that Covid patients are increasing in the state which is a stark reality. But in every situation, the state government is committed to ensure that the arrangements are being made properly. There is also a need to increase beds in the hospital. The state government is also working in this direction. Medical colleges and district hospitals have been given necessary directions. Arrangements are being made for effective treatment of Covid in private hospitals. The state has moved from lock to unlock. The economy cannot be locked again. Economic activities cannot be halted. Caution is very important in this situation. He appealed to the people of the state to use masks in every situation. He said that use of masks and mutual distancing is the most effective way of protection from Corona.

Fever clinic-command control center should be made effective

Chief Minister Shri Chouhan said that a target based strategy is being implemented to ensure that the management of Corona pandemic is more effective. It will be ensured that necessary check-up and treatment is provided at the fever clinics in all districts. Fever clinics are being strengthened further. Instructions were given to start Covid Command and Control Centres in all districts by Monday. This can ensure that the monitoring system of patients in home isolation can be made more effective. Ambulance services must be arranged at the command control centre mandatorily. In case any patient needs help, he can be shifted to the hospital immediately. Shri Chouhan said that there is a need to strengthen the home isolation system.

Among those who were present in the meeting held at the residence were Medical Education Minister Shri Vishwas Sarang, Additional Chief Secretary Health Shri Mohammad Suleman, Principal Secretary Medical Education Shri Sanjay Shukla and other officials.


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