The court also directed the Delhi government to file a status report on the issue of buffer stock of oxygen and give details of the location of different storage tanks.
The hospitals informed the court that now they are getting medical oxygen supplies and if they have any issues, they will give representation to the Delhi government.
He claimed that the daily oxygen supply to Delhi has dipped in the past two days from 700 MT despite directions in this regard by the Supreme Court.
The court was informed by Solicitor General Tushar Mehta, appearing for the Centre, that a survey was conducted in 56 major hospitals of the national capital on May 4.
he Delhi government also told the court that oxygen which was to be picked up from some units in Uttar Pradesh could also not be lifted from there.
UP, Haryana blocking Delhi oxygen, Centre should help before situation becomes dangerous: Manish Sisodia
His allegations came as hospitals in the city struggle with a shortage of oxygen supply amid spiralling COVID-19 cases.
Several hospitals in the national capital including the St Stephen's Hospital and Sir Ganga Ram City Hospital have reported an acute shortage of medical oxygen.
The Delhi government has appealed to the Centre for help and accused the neighbouring states of acting as roadblock in the procurement process of medical oxygen.
Sisodia seeks 700 MT of medical oxygen to meet rising demand
According to the managing director, the continuation of the disrupted or delayed supply will have serious ramifications for the admitted patients.
Hours before this announcement, Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia had alleged in a press briefing that an official of the Haryana government stopped oxygen supply to Delhi.
It also directed Inox, the firm which earlier supplied oxygen to Delhi hospitals and has suddenly stopped, to restore the oxygen supply immediately.
One private hospital informed us that around 3 am, the night before yesterday, they had almost no oxygen left.
CM Kejriwal on Sunday said Delhi is facing an acute shortage of oxygen and needs much more than the normal supply.