Oxygen Arrives by Train in Maharashtra's Nashik After State Records Its Highest COVID Death Toll

Tankers carrying liquid oxygen arrived in Nashik, Maharashtra, on April 24, a day after the western Indian state recorded its highest ever death toll from COVID-19, according to the Times of India.

This footage, released by the Ministry of Railways, shows the oxygen delivery arriving from Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh, as part of India’s “Oxygen Express.”

“Four oxygen tankers have been unloaded to provide additional oxygen supply,” the ministry wrote on Twitter.

According to the Times of India, Maharashtra recorded 773 COVID-related deaths on April 23 – its highest ever, according to the outlet. Credit: Ministry of Railways via Storyful