'Oxygen Concentrater Bank' started in Delhi: CM Kejriwal
'Oxygen Concentrater Bank' started in Delhi: CM Kejriwal

New Delhi: Delhi, facing a major crisis in the corona epidemic, is breathing some relief these days. With the decline in corona infection rate, the demand for oxygen has also come down here. After which the Kejriwal government has asked the Central government to reduce the oxygen quota. The Delhi government is now preparing to fight corona as it plans for the future. In the same episode, Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal today announced that oxygen concentrater banks are being started in Delhi.

This was announced by CM Kejriwal while holding a press conference. He has said that we are starting oxygen concentrater bank from today. This is necessary to provide timely oxygen to corona patients. We have launched this for serious corona patients and patients suffering from oxygen deficiency. 200 such banks will be set up in each district. The team will provide door-to-door consultants in home isolation to patients if required.

Talking about the situation is under corona control in Delhi, CM Kejriwal said that '6500 cases have been registered in Delhi in the last 24 hours, the positivity rate has come down further to 11 per cent. The impact of corona in Delhi is also decreasing. Within 15 days, 1000 ICU beds have been prepared, our doctors and engineers have set an example. I thank them'. 

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