If you have a patient needing oxygen

And the hospital is out of oxygen, chances are one of the states where the factory is located is stopping the truck movement. The center has passed an order under Disaster act that trucks of oxygen cant be stopped and the same is attached. Share with that states authorities more  

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Unfortunately the disgruntled elements do not realise the gravity of the situation but are finding ways of tarnishing the image of the country by blaming Modi for everything. more  
All these will not work. The only way of getting the Oxygen transportation not stopped is bringing in the army and disburse those indulging in such activities. The duty of the hospitals is to procure oxygen, not by the general public, hence they can fight with the hospitals and not with the manufacturers and suppliers of Oxygen. Even is one company in a particular state manufactures it, the Company's commitment to supply to those they have taken orders also needs to be completed, hence undue delay by public, like farmers strike, should be nipped in the bud itself. Offensive is the best defence. more  
Oxygen is available in the air for free. Why does anyone want to have it after contacting covid mainly due to not caring and strictly practice covid protocols? If more people are casual, even medical facility will not be available. Total lockdown will become inevitable. more  
Does anybody think that this order have not reached the state authorities? Do you think the "State authorities" are reading this post? Oxygen is a "hot potato" now. JSW was branded anti-social and now they are being told not to give oxygen to the neighbouring states. Tata Steel is sending oxygen to West Bengal from where the Nano plant was uprooted. And some cynics say the oxygen supplied is industrial and not good for human beings. Maharashtra is getting oxygen from Vizag. Mean while they find leaking tanks. And most "efficient", patriotic left says the PM is responsible for oxygen shortage. more  
1.The hospitals and the states have to tell that not every one needs to be hospitalized. 2.Who has 2 vaccine and have tested positive need not be hospitalized. ( are being rushed to hospitals by the middle brokers) 3.Many people going to hospitals don't need hospitalization. more  
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