CM Kejriwal says 'There will be 1200 oxygen beds in the capital by 10 May'
CM Kejriwal says 'There will be 1200 oxygen beds in the capital by 10 May'

New Delhi: The shortage of beds in Delhi is steadily increasing amid the growing crisis of the corona epidemic. Meanwhile, beds are being arranged by constructing additional covid care centres. Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal on Tuesday inspected one such covid centre and the centre is being set up outside GTB Hospital.

CM Kejriwal has said that corona cases are coming up more in Delhi, most patients need oxygen beds. Icu beds are now over in Delhi, 500 beds at Ramlila Maidan near GTB Hospital, 500 beds and 200 beds at Radha Swami Centre at Main Ramlila Maidan in Delhi. CM Kejriwal said 1200 ICU beds will be set up in Delhi by May 10. Kejriwal said the panic mode in hospitals is beginning to fade away. Central and state government officials have worked together and tried to overcome the difficulties.

Kejriwal said there were three days in the past week when things had gone completely uncontrollable. But things are likely to improve in the next two to three days. Tell me, Delhi is currently in a state of turmoil due to the new wave of corona. Many hospitals in Delhi do not have a single bed, but some hospitals have only a name for oxygen or ICU beds. Coming to the corona crisis in Delhi, in the last 24 hours, there have been some fewer cases in Delhi and 20,000 new cases have been registered.

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