FOTO: Oksigen Gratis untuk Pasien Covid-19 Miskin Afghanistan

AP, CNN Indonesia | Rabu, 08/07/2020 10:17 WIB

, CNN Indonesia -- Pasokan oksigen tak sebanding dengan permintaan sehingga harga alat bantu oksigen merangkak. Pemilik pabrik oksigen membagikan gratis bagi pasien miskin.

A man works in an oxygen factory in Kabul, Afghanistan, Thursday June 18, 2020. For seven years, Najibullah Seddiqi's oxygen factory sat idle in the Afghan capital Kabul. He shut it down, he says, because corruption and power cuts made it impossible to work. But when the novel coronavirus began racing through his country, he opened the factory's dusty gates and went back to work. Now he refills hundreds of oxygen cylinders a day for free for COVID-19 patients — and at reduced rates for hospitals. (AP Photo/Rahmat Gul)
A man works in an oxygen factory in Kabul, Afghanistan, Thursday June 18, 2020. For seven years, Najibullah Seddiqi's oxygen factory sat idle in the Afghan capital Kabul. He shut it down, he says, because corruption and power cuts made it impossible to work. But when the novel coronavirus began racing through his country, he opened the factory's dusty gates and went back to work. Now he refills hundreds of oxygen cylinders a day for free for COVID-19 patients — and at reduced rates for hospitals. (AP Photo/Rahmat Gul)
A man carries an oxygen tank from a privately owned oxygen factory, in Kabul, Afghanistan, Thursday June 18, 2020. For seven years, Najibullah Seddiqi's oxygen factory sat idle in the Afghan capital Kabul. He shut it down, he says, because corruption and power cuts made it impossible to work. But when the novel coronavirus began racing through his country, he opened the factory's dusty gates and went back to work. Now he refills hundreds of oxygen cylinders a day for free for COVID-19 patients — and at reduced rates for hospitals. (AP Photo/Rahmat Gul)
People line up for free oxygen at a privately owned oxygen factory, in Kabul, Afghanistan, Thursday June 18, 2020. For seven years, Najibullah Seddiqi's oxygen factory sat idle in the Afghan capital Kabul. He shut it down, he says, because corruption and power cuts made it impossible to work. But when the novel coronavirus began racing through his country, he opened the factory's dusty gates and went back to work. Now he refills hundreds of oxygen cylinders a day for free for COVID-19 patients — and at reduced rates for hospitals. (AP Photo/Rahmat Gul)
A man helps his father to drink juice at the Afghan-Japan Communicable Disease Hospital, for COVID-19 patients, in Kabul, Afghanistan, Thursday June 18, 2020. Afghan media reported last week that several COVID-19 patients died in government hospitals due to a shortages of medical oxygen, though the government denied the reports. (AP Photo/Rahmat Gul)
A man tests oxygen at a privately owned oxygen factory, in Kabul, Afghanistan, Thursday June 18, 2020. For seven years, Najibullah Seddiqi's oxygen factory sat idle in the Afghan capital Kabul. He shut it down, he says, because corruption and power cuts made it impossible to work. But when the novel coronavirus began racing through his country, he opened the factory's dusty gates and went back to work. Now he refills hundreds of oxygen cylinders a day for free for COVID-19 patients — and at reduced rates for hospitals. (AP Photo/Rahmat Gul)
A man works in an oxygen factory in Kabul, Afghanistan, Thursday June 18, 2020. For seven years, Najibullah Seddiqi's oxygen factory sat idle in the Afghan capital Kabul. He shut it down, he says, because corruption and power cuts made it impossible to work. But when the novel coronavirus began racing through his country, he opened the factory's dusty gates and went back to work. Now he refills hundreds of oxygen cylinders a day for free for COVID-19 patients — and at reduced rates for hospitals. (AP Photo/Rahmat Gul)
A patient is connected to an oxygen tank at the Afghan-Japan Communicable Disease Hospital, for COVID-19 patients in Kabul, Afghanistan, Thursday June 18, 2020. Afghan media reported last week that several COVID-19 patients died in government hospitals due to shortages of medical oxygen, though the government denied the reports. (AP Photo/Rahmat Gul)