Amit Shah Reviewed COVID Care Center in Chhatarpur

Despite differences in technical issues, the Center and the Delhi government are seen moving together in the Corona battle. On Saturday, Amit Shah and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal went to see the COVID Care Center in Chhatarpur.

The two leaders closely reviewed the facilities available in the Corona ward. Two thousand beds are currently available in this world’s largest corona care center, which started from 26 June, to be increased to 10,000.

Out of these, an oxygen facility will be available on about one thousand beds, while 250 ICU beds will also be made. It has been named Sardar Patel COVID Care Center and Hospital.

The Delhi government has decided to run this in collaboration with the center. The center is modeled through Radha Swami Satsang Vyas. About one thousand doctors and nurses of the Central Security Force ITBP will provide treatment to the corona patients at this center.
 
In these centers, people will be taken care of in a very modern way. The officers working here will record the information of patients through nurse tablets, which will be monitored continuously by the Delhi government.

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Also, patients living here will be given a special facility of the video call to keep in touch with their family members.  

Home Minister Amit Shah and Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal visited Radha Swami Beas COVID Care Center with 10,000 beds

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The Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) has been entrusted with the responsibility of managing the center and will act as a nodal agency. So far, about 80 thousand people have been found infected with the coronavirus in Delhi. Of these, around 2,500 people have died.

The Director-General of ITBP had also visited 

The COVID Care Center with a capacity of 10,000 beds for Corona patients on the premises of Radha Swami Satsang Beas in Chhatarpur, Delhi. On Friday, it started with 2000 beds. On this occasion, ITBP Director General SS Deswal visited the center and discussed the arrangements made for the patients with the soldiers and doctors. 

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Deswal said that ITBP has gained a good experience in the last 4 months. Initially, the jawans handled a COVID Quarantine Center and then a 200-bed hospital in Noida very well. ITBP’s medical team will continue to help people in this hour of crisis. Security forces and armed police forces are ready to deal with all types of situations.