Shortage of ICU beds in Delhi amid Corona wave – Kejriwal government took this step

In Delhi, the cases of coronavirus (Coronavirus) are being seen very fast. More than 20 thousand new cases are coming out every day. With the increase in corona patients, the lack of beds in the hospital is also coming to the fore. In view of the huge shortage of ICU beds in Delhi, the government headed by Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal is going to build a temporary hospital, which will have 1000 ICU beds. This move of the government can provide relief to the wanderers of beds.

According to the information, the temporary hospital being constructed in Ramlila Maidan will have 500 ICU beds while 500 will be normal beds. This temporary hospital is right in front of Lok Nayak Jai Prakash Hospital. At the same time, 500 beds will be in the temporary hospital being built at Ramlila Ground near GTB Hospital. The work of these hospitals has started. According to Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, these temporary hospitals will start by May 5.

On Monday, 20,201 new cases of corona virus infection were reported in Delhi, while the maximum 380 patients died in a single day due to this deadly virus. This information was given in the latest bulletin issued by the Health Department. With the new cases, more than 10.47 lakh people have been caught in the infection so far, while the death toll has increased to 14,628. The rate of infection in Delhi is 35.02 percent. There are 92,358 patients undergoing treatment in the city at present.

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