CM Pema Khandu inaugurates 2 new oxygen plants in Arunachal Pradesh

CM Pema Khandu inaugurates 2 new oxygen plants in Arunachal Pradesh

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Itanagar: Announcing the state government’s preparedness for a possible third wave of COVID-19 pandemic, Arunachal Pradesh chief minister Pema Khandu on Wednesday inaugurated two oxygen plants – one with 600 LPM capacity at TRIHMS and the other with 500 LPM capacity at the Dedicated Covid Hospital (DCH) in Chimpu here.

Speaking at Tomo Riba Institute of Health and Medical Sciences (TRIHMS), Khandu on behalf of the people of the state expressed gratitude to the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) for donating the plants.

The third plant of 300 LPM capacity, also donated by UNDP, he said, is under installation at the Bakin Pertin General Hospital in Pasighat and will be functional soon.

Khandu informed that another 1000 LPM oxygen generator will be installed at TRIHMS soon by the DRDO.

“To meet any measure of demand, Oxygen support has been provided to all district hospitals, dedicated covid hospitals and dedicated covid health centres. This is also being extended to community health centres (CHC) and select primary health centres and as standby to some Covid Care Centres (CCCs) to achieve our target of making available 1000 oxygen-beds by July end. From 164 oxygen-beds as on May 2, we today have 815 beds,” he said.

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