In India due to lack of oxygen died 60 children



News of the world:In India due to lack of oxygen died 60 children

In the North of India in a hospital in the province of Uttar Pradesh, died at least 60 children.

The cause of this is that the air supply to ventilators is not replenished for failure to pay the bills, writes the BBC.

It is noted that the children died within 5 days. Most of the victims were newborns or patients with encephalitis.

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The representative of the municipality acknowledged that the supplier was a “billing issue”, but said that the death was “natural causes”, as many of the children were in serious condition.

The Minister of health of the state of Siddhartha Nath Singh also denied that the mass death caused by lack of oxygen.

The local media called the incident a massacre. The state announced the beginning of the investigation . As UNIAN reported earlier, at least 30 children, including newborns, died in hospital in the Northern Indian state of Uttar Pradesh in less than 48 hours, for which the local authority initiated a test there.

All deaths in state medical College in the town of D. D. U. on 10 and 11 August: the victims were in intensive care and regular pediatric wards, and, where treating the encephalitis.


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