“Due to interrupted supply of oxygen, we feel that between 2am and 6am many people are dying in GMC. There is a need for an inquiry directly by the high court. There are petitions pending before it. The HC can appoint an expert committee to find out why deaths are happening between 2am and 6am and come out with a white paper,” he said.
For days, TOI has reported a nightly drop of oxygen that often leaves patients gasping for breath. With no help forthcoming, doctors and nurses have been forced to improvise, sometimes hooking up to three patients to a single oxygen cylinder.
Rane’s statement came on a day that Goa recorded 75 Covid deaths, its highest-ever single-day tally, of which 48 patients died at GMC.