Oxygen requirement in Delhi went down; Manish Sisodia told the center to redirect surplus quota to other states.
Delhi sees a ray of hope in recovery and decreased rate of positive cases per day. Manish Sisodia, the State's deputy chief minister, said on Thursday that the oxygen requirement has gone down from 700metric tons to 582 metric tons. Ten thousand four hundred fresh COVID cases were recorded with a decrease of 14% of positive cases in Delhi. Government says Delhi is recovering. The Delhi government has appealed to the center to supply the surplus amount of oxygen from the State's quota to other states who are in desperate need of this pandemic situation.
"Delhi needs an average of 582 metric tonnes of oxygen now, as against the 700 MT it needed when the coronavirus disease (Covid-19) cases had peaked. We have told Centre to give the extra oxygen from Delhi's quota to other states," Manish Sisodia said.
"There has been a sharp reduction in the number of Covid-19 cases in city. On Thursday, the city recorded 10,400 fresh infections and the positivity rate went down to 14 per cent. More beds are now available in hospitals and the oxygen situation has improved," the deputy chief minister said.
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