CM Kejriwal calls review meeting on third wave of Covid-19
CM Kejriwal calls review meeting on third wave of Covid-19

New Delhi: CM Arvind Kejriwal government has come into action in view of the frightening figures of Coronavirus in the capital of the country. CM Kejriwal has said that a review meeting has been called tomorrow in view of the third wave of Corona in Delhi. A meeting will be held at 4 pm on Thursday evening regarding the coronavirus epidemic.

ICU beds, ventilators and beds will be discussed in this meeting. After the recent Corona case has increased, there has been a shortage of ventilators in many hospitals. This will be discussed in the meeting. CM Kejriwal said that Corona cases have increased in Delhi for some time. This can be called the third wave. We are having a review meeting about this tomorrow. Continuous exercise is also being done to ensure that there is no shortage of beds in hospitals. He said that today we are going to challenge that decision of the High Court in the apex court in which we had asked to keep 80% ICU beds in private hospitals. The Delhi High Court has stayed it.

During the last 24 hours in Delhi in the country's capital, 6,725 new cases have been registered in the Corona Virus Detection Report, which is the highest ever in any one day. The total number of cases in Delhi has increased to 4,03,096. Earlier, on October 30, 5,891 new cases were reported.

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