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Covid-19 and the Oxygen bottleneck: The LifeBank experience

By Guardian Exclusive
03 February 2021   |   9:41 am
The COVID-19 pandemic all over the world is exposing important weaknesses in health systems. Medical oxygen production and delivery have fallen short and Nigeria is not left out. Temie Giwa-Tubosun, Founder/CEO LifeBank on GuardianTalks talks about the oxygen bottleneck and the experience of LifeBank.

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