Ministry of Public Health to address the lack of oxygen in Covid-19 hospitals

Health Shaker SangiShaker Sangi Tuesday July 13th, 2021 0 Views

 

 

Coinciding with the outbreak of the third wave of the Covid-19 virus in Afghanistan, the Ministry of Public Health has now announced that the Ministry is making serious efforts to provide the necessary facilities in the fight against this disease. According to reports, the Afghan Ministry of Public Health has announced that the department is working to address all challenges in Covid-19 hospitals, so delivering oxygen to Covid-19 treatment hospitals is a priority. In the latest case, officials from the Ministry of Public Health say that the Ministry has provided the citizens of Faryab with the oxygen they need for COVID-19 patients.

 

According to the information posted on the official Facebook page of the Afghan Ministry of Public Health, Ministry of Health officials is working on expanding the supply of oxygen throughout the country. The Ministry of Public Health on its Mingard page: “Based on the need and rapid distribution of oxygen balloons in all provinces, oxygen balloons were also sent to Faryab province, so that patients in need of Covid 19 in that province can benefit from that oxygen.”

 

The Ministry of Health is announcing its efforts to address the lack of oxygen; according to statistics provided by the Ministry, in the past 24 hours, 135,889 people across Afghanistan have been infected with the Covid-19 virus. According to information, at least 1236 people have been infected with the virus in the past day, while the laboratories of this Ministry performed at least 3603 tests on Monday (7/12/2021). A total of 1,509 people have recovered during this period, and another 5,849 have died since the first wave of the Coronavirus. The Afghan Ministry of Public Health has also announced that 58 people have died from coronary heart disease in the past 24 hours, which shows a decline in the number of viruses in the country compared to previous weeks.

 

Ministry of Health officials hope that the virus’s circulation in space will decline dramatically in the coming weeks. According to the Afghan Ministry of Public Health, more than 133,000 people have been infected with the Covid-19 virus across Afghanistan, of which nearly 5,700 Afghans have died. There are currently 40 hospitals across Afghanistan providing dedicated COVID-19 treatment services to patients, and at least 81,000 infected with the virus are said to have recovered and returned to everyday life.