Jaipur: The members of the family of 4 Covid-19 sufferers, who succumbed to the virus, brought on uproar at a non-public hospital in Rajasthan capital Jaipur alleging there was no employees to vary oxygen cylinders on the facility.
Kalwar Police Station House Officer (SHO) Gurudutt Saini, who confirmed the untoward incident, stated the members of the family of the deceased created ruckus on the hospital premises however have been later pacified.
He added that no hospital employees was current to exchange the cylinders regardless of oxygen being accessible.
“Four Covid patients died at the hospital on Tuesday night. Their family members gathered and alleged that that there was no staff to change oxygen cylinders which led to the deaths,” PTI quoted the police officer as saying.
The SHO additional no case has been registered in reference to the incident.
Meanwhile, Rajasthan Health Minister Raghu Sharma at present stated the state authorities has determined to start the inoculation drive to cowl these between 18 to 45 years of age from May 15.
This comes as Rajasthan within the final 24 hours recorded 16,613 contemporary Covid-19 circumstances, taking the state’s tally to five,63,577. Around 120 individuals misplaced their lives to the virus whereas over 8,000 others recovered.