Agartala: May 11: Oxygen plant is being set up at IGM Hospital in wartime situation. The contents of the plant have already reached the state. On Tuesday, Dr. Dilip Das, Chairman and MLA of IGM’s Patient Welfare Association, went to inspect the work of the plant. He said that there was some problem in working due to rain.
The state government claims that the state has enough oxygen stocks – oxygen cylinders and concentrators. Even then the state government took new steps. Even then the state government took new steps. The state government is determined to keep the oxygen supply normal in the Covid situation. More about The state government is determined to keep the oxygen supply normal in the Covid situation.
The supply of oxygen is normal in the Covid situation and this new plant will bring relief even if it is not used to alleviate the worries of the people of the state. There is still enough oxygen in the state. The Tripura government is trying to maintain it. The new plant is another step in the state’s health infrastructure. Work is currently underway to set up the plant in wartime conditions.
Dr Dilip Das, chairman and MLA of IGM’s Patient Welfare Association, said work was underway to set up the plant in a wartime situation with Covid in mind. This is a UNDP project. His work is going on where the plant will be installed. At the same time the content has also started coming. The rest of the content will be gone in two days. This oxygen plant will be commissioned in 15 days.
This was stated by Dr. Dilip Das, Chairman and MLA of IGM’s Patient Welfare Association while inspecting the work of setting up an oxygen plant at IGM Hospital on Tuesday. Oxygen will be produced through this gas. Its production capacity is 1,050 liters per minute. If we measure the size of D cylinder, 215 cylinders will be made every day. But the gas produced here will be delivered word for word through pipelines. There will be no shortage. There are plans to give a part of IGM to Covid. Chairman of the Patient Welfare Association and MLA Dr. Dilip Das said that there will be no shortage of treatment.
He said the gas would have to be delivered through the pipeline. However, due to the rain, the work of the plant is going on at a slow pace. Repeated accumulation of water in the hole is creating complications. He said that the work is going on fast even after him.