new Delhi: Delhi Health Minister Satyendra Jain on Sunday said that the Delhi government has directed 33 large private hospitals in the national capital to keep 80 percent of the ICU beds reserved for the divided-19 patients.
Officials said that Delhi has seen an increase in cases of Split-19 since the last week of August. On Saturday, Covid-19in Delhi saw the highest number of new cases of 4,321 in a single day, taking the total to over 2.14 lakh. This was the fourth consecutive day when more than four thousand cases were reported in Delhi.
“Yesterday we directed 33 private hospitals to keep 80 percent of their ICU beds reserved for divided-19 patients,” Jain told reporters here. This has been done because some issues arose in some private hospitals regarding ICU beds. I also held a video conference regarding this issue and an order has been issued in this regard. ”
Jain said that state-run and centrally-run hospitals have a sufficient number of ICU beds and other beds in hospitals are also in sufficient numbers. “We have also directed hospitals to increase the number of beds for coronavirus patients by 30 percent, if they so desire.” More than 50 percent beds are available in hospitals.
As per the status of Delhi Corona app, 7,940 beds are empty out of total 14,372 beds available for Covid-19patients. When asked if there could be another LawCount in view of the rise in Coronavirus cases, the Health Minister. Denied the possibility of this.
He said, “The time for implementing the lockdown has expired. We have gained enough experience through lockdowns and know that wearing workouts is an effective way to fight infection. We are creating awareness to wear the ceremony. Jain said that investigations have been increased in the national capital, which is why it is seeing an increase in cases. He emphasized that this can prevent the increase in cases and will help to overcome this problem.
On Saturday, more than 60,000 sums of Covind-19 were investigated. He said, “If you are found to be clear without symptoms, we will be able to isolate you in time and this will help prevent the infection from spreading.” The number may be increasing at this time, but will help prevent the virus. ”
Sharing the data, he said that the positive rate in the national capital is 7.19 percent, while the death rate in the last 10 days has been 0.68 percent, which is a good sign. He said that the overall death rate is 2.23 percent. .
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