- Allegations of disrupting oxygen supply at Rajasthan’s largest Kovid center.
- From 2 pm to 3:30 pm on Wednesday night, 6 patients had died at the Kovid Center in RUHH, Jaipur.
- The family members died due to the shutdown of oxygen supply.
- The hospital management claimed oxygen supply was smooth, due to which patients did not die.
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Accusation if accusation is true if not gross negligence
If this shocking case of disrupting the oxygen supply is true, then such gross negligence can kill patients in any Covid Center. Actually, only serious patients are being admitted at these centers for the last few months and normal patients are treated at home by isolating them. In such a situation, the supply of oxygen to the patients admitted at the Kovid Center, proved to be fatal even for a while. However, the hospital management claims that all the family’s allegations are baseless. Patients did not die due to this, oxygen supply was smooth.
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These family are making allegations
Bapunagar Niwari 69-year-old elderly family members accused the patient laughed at 1 o’clock in the night, they were normal. But his death was reported at 3:18 pm. At that time, the families in the ward were making a ruckus when the oxygen supply was interrupted. Churu was admitted here since 10 November, he was declared dead at 3:20 pm. Similarly, the patients of Tonk and Agra were also declared dead at 2:30 pm and 2:45 pm.
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Hospital denial, supply smooth
Dr. Ajit Singh, in-charge of RUHS Kovid Center, says the allegations of obstructing the oxygen supply to the hospital are baseless. Oxygen is sufficient and supply is also smooth. Patients have not suffered due to oxygen.
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