Coronavirus- 24000 cases, oxygen and ICU beds being getting over in 24 hours: CM Kejriwal

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New Delhi: There is an outcry in the country from Coronavirus. The situation in the capital Delhi is also continuously deteriorating. Statistics are breaking records every day. The Delhi government is making all efforts to recover from the havoc of Coronavirus in the capital. In this sequence, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal today held discussions with all the District Magistrates and the Municipal Commissioner. Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has said, 24000 cases have come in the last 24 hours. The situation is much more worrying.

Lack of oxygen

Let me tell you, amid allegations like shortage of beds and ICU beds for Covid patients, Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal is constantly monitoring the situation. After the night curfew, steps like weekend curfew have been taken in Delhi. Despite this, the brakes do not seem to be braking at the speed of the corona. Now, amidst the uncontrollable situation of Corona in Delhi, CM Arvind Kejriwal has said, now there is a shortage of oxygen. Cases are increasing very fast. There are limited beds inside Delhi. Oxygen beds, ICU beds are over. They said we are trying to increase the beds.

Beds will increase in 2 to 4 days

CM Kejriwal said, so far there has been no shortage of beds in Delhi and now we will install more beds in 2 to 4 days. Even oxygen will not be a problem. We are trying to give as many beds as possible. He said, 1300 beds will be set up in the sports complex.
Hotels, banquet halls are being connected with the hospital and 2100 beds are being prepared.

Also present in the meeting

In this meeting, Nodal Minister of Covid Affairs Manish Sisodia, Health Minister Satyendra Jain and the rest of the administrative staff of the state were also involved. It is believed that if weekend curfew does not reduce the speed of corona infection, then complete lockdown can be imposed in Delhi soon.

One nodal at every hospital

Meanwhile, the Delhi government has appointed a nodal officer on every hospital for all government and major private hospitals engaged in the treatment of corona. IAS officers have been appointed as the nodal officer for the 11 Delhi government hospitals. While DANICS officers have been appointed as nodal officers for 15 large private hospitals. Apart from this, DANICS officers running during the probation period and taking training have also been attached with the Delhi Government hospitals, which will help the IAS officer.

Given these instructions

In the order issued by the Delhi government, IAS officers have been told that they will sit in their own government hospital and use their staff. The job of these officers will be to ensure better management within the hospital, see that telephone lines/call centres continue to operate without interruption and ensure a better and effective system for redress of public grievances.

The names and numbers of the officers will be pasted

DANICS officers appointed in private hospitals have been asked to see the management of the hospital, see that the instructions given by the government are properly followed, and ensure a better and effective system for redress of public grievances. The most important thing is that in the order issued by the government, it has been said that the names and phone numbers of these nodal officers should be displayed at the important place in the hospital.

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