Kerala’s oxygen war rooms ready for Covid fight

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Taking to Twitter Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan said that dedicated oxygen war rooms will function with representatives of the police, health, transportation, disaster management, and Petroleum and Explosives Safety Organisation (PESO)…reports Asian Lite News.

Another 41,953 new Covid cases and 58 deaths have reported in Kerala. Amid the spike in COVID-19 numbers Kerala is setting up dedicated oxygen war rooms at the district and state levels. Taking to Twitter Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan on Friday said that dedicated oxygen war rooms will function with representatives of the police, health, transportation, disaster management, and Petroleum and Explosives Safety Organisation (PESO).
“Dedicated Oxygen War Rooms will function at State and District levels with representatives of Police, Health, Transportation, Disaster Management and PESO. O2 stock is being monitored in the Districts by Collectors. O2 module will be included in Covid Jagratha portal,” said Kerala CM in a tweet.

He said that oxygen stock is being monitored in the districts by collectors and the oxygen module will be included in the COVID-19 Jagratha portal.
The new initiative comes amidst the acute shortage of medical oxygen that various states are facing.
Earlier, Chief Minister Office informed that an oxygen plant will be set up in the Chattanchal Industrial Park under the Kasargod District Panchayat.
Meanwhile, Kerala reported 38,607 new COVID-19 cases on Thursday. (ANI)

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