The Delhi government has now ordered 90 private hospitals to reserve 60% of their total capacity for beds corona patients, so that the corona patients do not have a shortage of beds due to the fast growing corona case in Delhi. If a hospital has a non-corona patient admissions at more than 40% of the beds, beds should be given to those patients until they are discharged and these beds should be reserved for the corona patients as soon as they are discharged.
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According to Delhi Health Minister Satyendra Jain, this will increase 2,644 beds for corona treatment in private hospitals. These hospitals include Fortis, Apollo, BL Kapoor Hospital, Max Hospital, Sir Ganga Ram Hospital, Venkateswara Hospital and Maharaja Agrasen Hospital.
Let me tell you that on the 750 ICU beds received from the central government, CM Kejriwal said, “They have not met yet.” The home minister had said that 250 beds will come by Monday evening and 250 beds will come by Tuesday evening. Total 750 beds with 500 bed ventilators and 250 beds without ventilators, but we are still waiting. I also request them that there is some emergency now, the sooner they do it, the better it will be. ”
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Arvind Kejriwal said on the fine of 2000 without maskers, “Today I have talked to LG. Many people are following the corona rules but there are also many people who are not following the rules, in such a way, to raise fear in the minds of people, this fine has been increased from 500 to 2000 rupees. ”