Delhi: Gautam Gambhir giving free Fabiflu medicine to Corona patients in East Delhi

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New Delhi: There is news of relief for the people of Delhi, who are suffering from a lack of medicine and oxygen amid the havoc of Corona. Cricketer-turned-politician Gautam Gambhir has made a big announcement. BJP MP from East Delhi Gautam Gambhir has announced to give Fabiflu medicine free of cost to patients in need of treatment of corona.

‘Bring Aadhar and Doctor’s Prescription’

BJP MP from East Delhi, Gautam Gambhir, has tweeted that he should provide Fabiflu medicines free of cost to the people living in his parliamentary constituency. Gambhir has tweeted, ‘People of East Delhi can take’ Fabiflu ‘from my office (2, Jagriti Enclave) for free between 10 and 5. Take your Aadhaar and doctor’s prescription along with you.’

Conditions are critical

Let us tell you that in Delhi on Tuesday, a record 28,395 new cases of Coronavirus were reported, while 277 people died due to infection. In Delhi, the rate of infection has increased to 32.82 per cent. According to the data, the infection has been confirmed in every third of the tested samples.

Oxygen deficiency

On the other hand, amid the Coronavirus crisis, the Delhi government has once again claimed that there is a shortage of oxygen in hospitals. Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia has said that the quota of oxygen in Delhi has been reduced earlier. The patient suddenly needs more oxygen than it can grow.

‘Outpatients in Delhi too’

Sisodia said, the central and state government have fought together against Corona, but the Indian government has not taken steps in this direction. There are 18 thousand patients in Delhi’s hospitals. There are also patients from many states in it. Everyone needs oxygen. It is not only about Delhi, it is about the whole country. Therefore, the Center should immediately increase the quota of Delhi. As more states are being given oxygen, so should Delhi.

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