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India’s Ministry of Health claimed that no netizens died due to lack of oxygen in the second round of the epidemic: lied|Indian Ministry of Health_Sina Finance_Sina.com

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Original title: Indian Ministry of Health said no netizens died due to lack of oxygen in the second round of the epidemic: lying

Source: CCTV News Client

According to reports from many Indian media on the 20th local time, at the monsoon parliament held on the 20th, India’s new Minister of Health, Bharati Praveen Pawar, reported on the epidemic and said that in the second round of the new crown pneumonia epidemic During this period, no state reported any deaths due to oxygen shortages.

He said that there was an unprecedented surge in the demand for medical oxygen during the second wave of epidemics. Compared with the 3095 tons per day at the peak of the first wave of epidemics, the oxygen supply during the second wave of epidemics reached 9,000 tons per day at the peak.

The statement of an official from the Ministry of Health of India caused strong criticism on the Internet. Some netizens said, “Next time I hope the government will say that no one has died of the new crown pneumonia in the second wave of epidemics.” Some people left a message, “We are a master who is good at lying. Is it a type of government?” (Republic of China reporter Wang Jianbing)

  (Edited by Chen Yufan)

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