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State Government Has Issued Guidelines For Excess Oxygen

State government has issued guidelines for excess oxygen being used to treat corona patients. It has come to the public domain in Karnataka that a high amount of oxygen has been used to treat coronavirus patients, after which the state government has issued guidelines.

In Karnataka, it has come to light that a high amount of oxygen has been used to treat coronavirus patients, after which the state government on Friday issued guidelines for the use of oxygen for patients. This decision has been taken after a report released by an expert committee.

Sudden oxygen demand increases

In a letter released on Friday, Additional Chief Secretary of the Department of Health and Family Welfare, Javed Akhtar said that there has been an unprecedented boom in the demand for oxygen to treat corona patients. He points out that the Panchayat Expert Committee has analyzed oxygen usage according to the letter, which shows that oxygen therapy is non-judicious and excessive use without proper monitoring.

Please tell that Karnataka is the first state where the first death was from Corona, although the first infected cases were registered in Kerala. Currently, Karnataka is included in the list of most infected states. Maharashtra is the most infected state in the country. The number of infected people has reached 6 lakh 43 thousand, while the death toll has reached 21 thousand.

The second most infected state is Tamil Nadu. The number of infected people has reached 3 lakh 67 thousand, while the death toll has reached 6 thousand. Karnataka is the most infected state at number four. The number of infected people has reached 2 lakh 64 thousand, while the death toll has reached 4 thousand. India is the third most infected country in the world.

America is the most infected country at number 1, while Brazil is the most infected country at number two. On the other hand, Russia is the number four infected country, which claims to have successfully conducted the corona vaccine.

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