Gurdwara in UP's Ghaziabad begins 'oxygen langar' for supporting COVID-19 patients
The Shri Guru Singh Sabha Gurdwara in Indirapuram alongside an NGO, Khalsa Help International, are together to help patients. Anyone in need can visit the premises and they will supply oxygen in their vehicles themselves.
With a serious deficiency of clinical oxygen in the country for the treatment of Covid-19 patients, a gurudwara in Ghaziabad has opened an "oxygen langar" free of charge.
Amid SOS calls and directives for oxygen chambers and focuses flooding web-based media stages, the Shri Guru Singh Sabha Gurdwara in Ghaziabad's Indirapuram alongside an NGO, Khalsa Help International, has opened this one of kind langar that vows to supply oxygen in its premises to Covid-19 patients till the time they discover a clinic bed or home segregation patients whose immersion levels have dropped fundamentally.
The Sikh volunteers said they have additionally dispatched a helpline number — 9097041313 — for individuals to call and book an oxygen chamber. "Till now we've had the option to save around 200 lives. We demand Ghaziabad DM and VK Singh Ji to give us 25 oxygen chambers for 12 hours which will help us save 1000 lives," one of the gurdwara volunteers told the news office ANI. The gurdwara is additionally offering testing offices to individuals alongside likewise giving medication.
"We are not giving or topping off oxygen chambers. We are requesting that individuals come here at the Indirapuram gurdwara alongside the patient in their vehicle and we will give oxygen to them," said one Gurpreet Singh, in a viral video illuminating individuals about the drive.
"Be it two, four or 8 hours, we will give oxygen till the time the patient doesn't get a bed in the emergency clinic," he said, adding their oxygen "Sewa" is available for 24 hours.
Long lines of patients and their family members were spotted on the gurdwara premises as the report about the drive spread via online media, with many praising them and many contributing their assistance to the cause.
Numerous gurudwaras across the Delhi-NCR had been offering food to individuals seriously hit by the pandemic as well as conveying suppers to patients.
India recorded over 3.46 lakh new Covid-19 cases just now finishing 8 am Saturday. The quick uptick in new cases has taken India's all-out contamination check to over 1.66 crores. Out of these, over 25.52 lakh cases are as of now dynamic while over 1.38 crore individuals have recuperated in the wake of testing positive. With 2,624 new fatalities, the loss of life is presently over 1.89 lakh.