Oxygen Tankers Head to Mumbai by Rail Amid India's COVID Crisis

Indian authorities said 44 tons of liquid oxygen was being delivered by rail to Mumbai on April 26, as the country’s hospitals grappled with rising COVID-19 cases.

This footage, released by Western Railways, shows the supply passing through Vasai, north of Mumbai, after departing Gujarat on the other side of the country.

India has seen COVID-19 cases spike over the past week, with a seven-day infection rate in excess of 300,000. The 24 hours to Monday, April 26, saw 352,991 cases, a new record high, with 2,812 deaths. Credit: Western Railways via Storyful