Congress leader P Chidambaram on Saturday pointed to the shortage of vaccines and warned the government of more protests if people were turned away at hospitals.
Delhi logged 24,331 fresh COVID-19 cases and a record single-day jump of 348 deaths on Friday while the positivity rate stood at 32.43 per cent, according to the latest health bulletin.
Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Saturday urged the central government to focus on vaccines, oxygen, and other health services amid the COVID-19 pandemic instead of "spending on PR and unnecessary projects".
Meanwhile, the Rajasthan government on Friday set up a 24x7 control room to handle the COVID-19 crisis in the state and deputed 20 officers who will work in three shifts, an official spokesperson said.
Tughlakabad Institutional Area located Batra Hospital received emergency oxygen supply from the Delhi government
As much as 20 Covid patients died in one Jaipur Golden Hospital & shockingly Sir Ganga Ram Hospital is having Oxygen too if not receive in time may cause more casualities.
An Oxygen Express train carrying around 30,000 litre of liquid medical oxygen arrived in Lucknow on Saturday morning as Uttar Pradesh is battling a sudden surge in coronavirus cases
Union Home Minister Amit Shah announced that a 1200-bed hospital will be set up by DRDO in Gandhinagar at helipad ground in collaboration with Tata Trust.
Amid the huge Covid crisis, Prime Minister Narendra held a virtual meeting with chief ministers of 10 worst-affected states. Several states have been sending SOS messages to the Centre regarding shortage of oxygen, medicines and other medical needs.
In an Exclusive Interaction with India tv Delhi Police Commissioner SN Srivastava speaks about how the delhi police is helping people amid Covid Crisis.
In an Exclusive interaction with India TV Naveen Jindal, Chairman of Jindal Steel & Power limited (JSPL) speaks about the ongoing situation of the Oxygen Shortage Crisis in the Country amid Covid 19 Second Wave.
Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal on Friday released a video of him interacting with PM Modi, who was chairing a crucial meeting with all the Chief Ministers to assess the current COVID-19 situation across the country.
As India touches 16 lakh active Covid-19 infections, a number of states have reported shortages of medical oxygen for a growing pool of patients in need of oxygen support.
A serious oxygen crisis unfolding in the national capital for the last one week. Althout the Centre has hiked Delhi's oxygen quota, several hospitals in the city are still facing acute shortage of medical oxygen during the second wave of Covid-19.
The Congress has been attacking the government over its management of the COVID-19 situation in the country.
The second wave of Covid 19 has hit India like a 'storm', putting immense pressure on the country's health infrastructure. It has also triggered an unprecedented demand for oxygen and beds which has caused serious shortage in hospitals across the country.
India has recorded the highest one-day tally of new Covid-19 cases anywhere in the world - and the country's highest number of deaths over 24 hours.
Dr Sunil Saggar, CEO, Shanti Mukand Hospital broke down as he spoke about oxygen crisis at hospital. COVID has brought Delhi's health infrastructure to its knees.
Kailash Hospital, one of the leading hospitals in Noida, is left with just 3-4 hours of oxygen supply.