Bergamo, Oxygen Cylinders, Coronavirus, Covıd-19

Bergamo, Oxygen Cylinders

Italian police recycle oxygen canisters from coronavirus victims

Italian police recycle oxygen canisters from coronavirus victims

23/3/2020 10:44:00 PM

Italian police recycle oxygen canisters from coronavirus victims

BERGAMO : Police in the Italian city of Bergamo have brought much-needed help to people suffering from the coronavirus by redistributing oxygen ...

WorldPolice and troops have been busy in Bergamo and throughout the country helping deal with the crisis. AFP/STRINGER24 Mar 2020 02:08AMShare this contentBookmarkBERGAMO: Police in the Italian city of Bergamo have brought much-needed help to people suffering from the coronavirus by redistributing oxygen cylinders used by people who did not survive the virus.

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Bergamo, in the northern Lombardy region, is now Italy's worst-affected province, with over 6,000 infections. With hospitals overflowing, many sufferers are kept at home, but desperately need oxygen.AdvertisementREAD: Italy sees 651 new coronavirus deaths, toll nears 5,500

Police said they between Sunday and Monday they had recovered"more than 250 empty oxygen cylinders from the homes of people who died in recent days, or from pharmacies".The cylinders were immediately taken for refilling, before being delivered to the homes of 250 sick people, the Bergamo force said in a statement. headtopics.com

Police footage showed officers in sanitary masks unloading refilled white canisters from the back of a police van into a parking lot, before being transferred into police cars for delivery.AdvertisementAdvertisementTheir efforts followed widespread cries for help from those fighting to survive the deadly respiratory disease at home, the police said.

More than 6,000 Italians have died from the virus since it claimed its first victim in the country a month ago. Read more: CNA »

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