Delhi patients will get oximeters / Kejriwal said – Home quarantine residents will be able to check oxygen levels themselves, testing increased from 5 thousand to 18 thousand per day in 10 days
- Kejriwal said that as many new patients are coming every day as they are recovering, the center is getting full support
- In the case of infected, Delhi is second in the country, 59 thousand 746 cases of infection have come here.
Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said in a press conference on Monday that due to the lowering of oxygen levels in the patients of Corona, the problem increases, in such a case, the patients being quarantined at home will be given an oximeter. They will conduct their own investigation every one or two hours.
If the oxygen level is low, they will call the hospital and the medical team will reach them immediately with oxygen. The Chief Minister also informed that the testing has been increased three times in the last 10 days here. Earlier, 5 thousand tests were being done daily, now 18 thousand are being done.
Serious cases are coming down
Kejriwal said that on June 12, 5300 beds were filled in all the hospitals in Delhi. Today, 6200 beds are full. Only 900 beds filled in 10 days. In these 10 days, 23000 new patients arrived. Of these, only 900 extra beds were required. The number of new cases coming is less serious. Currently, 7000 beds are empty.
Fighting on two fronts from China, Kejriwal said that we are getting full support from the Center. The two governments are fighting together with Corona. This is not the time for fighting. Today the whole country is fighting two wars against China.
One against the virus and the other on the border. Our doctor nurses are fighting against the virus. At the same time, soldiers are fighting on the border. The country will not retreat until we win.
Delhi now in second place in case of infected
In Delhi, the number of infected on Sunday night was 59746. In this regard, Delhi has reached number two in the case of infected people. The Delhi government is preparing to deploy 1 thousand ambulances by June 30 in the capital.
The state government is trying to reserve 60% of beds in every private hospital. Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia shared these things in a meeting with Home Minister Amit Shah. Lt. Governor Anil Baijal was also present in this meeting.