COVID-19 spike pushes oxygen demand in Lagos to levels never seen before

The number of coronavirus patients needing oxygen to survive has risen fivefold as a second wave of the pandemic hit Lagos, Nigeria’s biggest city and commercial hub. According to Bloomberg, demand for oxygen has risen from 70 six-litre cylinders per day to 350 six-litre cylinders in our Yaba Mainland Hospital, Babajide Sanwo-Olu, the governor of…

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