As India reels from the second wave, and medical oxygen is running out at hospitals across the country, a look at India's oxygen requirements for Covid-19 patients versus other countries
The surge, the second Covid-19 wave, has broken down the country's healthcare system once again—this time more acutely—with hospital beds, oxygen, medicines, and even wood for funeral pyres and space in crematoriums running out. India accounts for 38 percent of the new cases in the last week
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Here's everything you need to know about the logistical equations of providing medical grade oxygen to hospitals and patients fighting the battle against the coronavirus
India, US and Brazil have taken turns to top the Covid-19 charts in terms of new cases, active infections and 7-day moving average. A look at how the pandemic has evolved in the three countries from March last year to now
As India battles the second wave and oxygen is in short supply, we look at how this life-saving gas can be stored and transported to facilities where doctors are racing against time to save lives
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