Supply of oxygen is becoming increasingly common in the country: Chief Minister Shri Chouhan — Chief Minister Shri Chouhan holds a meeting with senior officials – Chief Minister Shri Shivraj Singh Chouhan has said that yesterday we got 350 MT of oxygen. While consumption has been 335 MT. The supply of oxygen is now becoming increasingly common in the state. By arranging locally, 1,293 oxygen concentrators have been installed in the districts. Agreements have been received from the central government on 445 metric tons till 20 April, 565 metric tons by 25 April and 700 metric tons of oxygen by 30 April. Such an amount of oxygen would be sufficient for patients anticipated by the end of April. The Chief Minister was meeting with senior officials at Shri Chauhan’s residence. # COVID19 Chief Minister Shri Chouhan also gave necessary guidelines to the officers on the phone from morning to prevent infection. Continuous contact with Union ministers and monitoring of districts Chief Minister Shri Chouhan said that he is in constant touch with all the important persons from the point of view of the system including the Union Ministers for the fulfillment of oxygen, injection and other facilities in the state. Dialogue with district officials is going on for necessary facilities and arrangements at the district level. So far, 42 thousand Remedesivir injections have been received, more will be available today 9788 Chief Minister Shri Chouhan said that so far, the government supply of 42 thousand Ramidevir injections has arrived. Today, 9,788 injections are received and received on Saturday. An order has been placed to supply 50 thousand injections, which will be delivered soon. 40 thousand 276 beds available, the number is continuously increasing Chief Minister Shri Chouhan said that the number of beds is being increased continuously in the state. A total of 37 thousand 719 beds were available on 14 April in government and private hospitals, which has now increased to 40 thousand 276. 109 covid care centers have been established in 50 districts of the state, of which 6,153 beds are available. Arrangements for 150 beds are being made at the Academy of Administration in Bhopal, 300 at Hamidia Hospital, 300 at Viva Hospital and 500 at AIIMS. In this sequence, a 58-bed Narmada-Apna Hospital has been launched in Chhatarpur on Friday.