- Arvind Kejriwal said on Saturday that the city recorded 6,500 instances of Covid-19 in 24 hours.
- The CM likewise reported that OCBs had been set up in each city’s locale.
- On Friday, the city enrolled 8,500 instances of Covid-19.
Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal said on Saturday that the city recorded 6,500 instances of Covid sickness (Covid-19) in the last 24 hours, and the energy rate also plunged to 11%. This was one per cent lower than Friday.
Delhi reported 6,500 new Covid-19 in 24hrs:
“Just now, 6,500 Covid-19 cases have been accounted for in Delhi, and the energy rate has additionally gone down to 11%. So the effect of the infection is going down in Delhi.
Upwards of 1,000 ICU beds have been set up within 15 days; our primary care physicians and architects have set a model. I say thanks to them,” he said.
OCBs have been set up in every district of the city, says CM:
The CM likewise reported that oxygen concentrator banks (OCBs) had been set up in each city’s locale and guaranteed doorstep conveyance of oxygen to patients.
“Each area has an OCB with 200 oxygen concentrators. Our authorities will convey oxygen concentrators inside two hours to all patients who are in home detachment and require oxygen,” he said.
After the recovery of patients, the oxygen concentrators will be reclaimed, cleaned appropriately, and utilized for different patients.
Further, CM Arvind Kejriwal stated:
“Patients who have Covid-19, however, are not a piece of our home seclusion bunch, can approach the number 1031 and turn into a piece of it.
They would then be able to profit from the previously mentioned administration. Nonetheless, a group of specialists will initially guarantee that the patients who request concentrators need them,” the CM said.
The city registered 8,500 cases of Covid-19 on Friday:
On Friday, the city enrolled 8,500 instances of Covid-19. Tending to a question and answer session, the CM observed Delhi’s improving condition. “I need to impart uplifting news to all of you.
Just now, Delhi has enlisted under 10k Covid-19 cases,” he said. “The contamination rate has diminished at this point.
It is 12% today. On April 22, it had reached 36%. This implies the fewer individuals in Delhi are currently becoming sick. Over the most recent ten days, 3,000 clinic beds in Delhi have gotten empty,” he added.