New Delhi: Delhi’s Max hospital chain on Friday withdrew the order that said the hospital will not accept any new admission for patients due to oxygen shortage. The move from the hospital is believed to have come after it received the oxygen supply soon after sending the SOS.Also Read - India Reports First Case Of Omicron Subvariant BA.4 in Hyderabad

Earlier in the day, the hospital said in a tweet that no new patients will be admitted to the hospital. However, the tweet was later retracted. The hospital had oxygen supply only for next 3 hours. Also Read - Covid or no COVID, Work From Home Policy Stays on Table For Several Companies | Full List

“We regret to inform that we are suspending any new patient admissions in all our hospitals in Delhi-NCR till oxygen supplies stabilize,” Max hospital said in a statement on Twitter. Also Read - Apple Postpones Plans Return to Office After Rise in Covid-19 Cases

However, the hospital has received the oxygen supply soon after it sent the SOS. “Oxygen-carrying vehicle has reached Max Smart. Another vehicle is enroute for Max East West. Senior Officers are monitoring the situation,” DCP South Delhi said in a statement.

Max Healthcare, which runs a network of hospitals in north India, received emergency supplies at Max Saket and Max Smart at around 9:30 AM.