The author: Astha Saxena
| New Delhi
Published : 11. June 2020 2:54:45
The city reported 1,501 new cases on Wednesday, bringing the total to 32,810. The Ministry of Health has made up for the deaths of Covida-19 and added 79 more. (Alternative)
The government in Delhi also called on all hospitals designated by Covid on Wednesday to supply oxygen equipment for all beds. When a pipeline containing oxygen was not available, hospitals were asked to purchase oxygen concentrators or bottles.
It was noted that the number of positive cases of Covida-19 in Delhi had increased drastically over the past week, resulting in an extra need for intensive care beds and oxygen. The necessary equipment can be purchased by hospitals and invoiced by the Covid Fund of the State Health Mission in Delhi (DSHM), as indicated by the State Ministry of Health.
The city reported 1,501 new cases on Wednesday, bringing the total number of cases to 32,810. The Ministry of Health has made up for the deaths of Covida-19 and added 79 more. The current rate is $984, which translates into a mortality rate of almost 3%.
Since the sixth. A total of 68 hospital deaths were reported on 30 June. In the meantime 384 people have recovered in the last 24 hours, bringing the total number of people recovering to 12,245.
The capital collection rate is 37.3%. The total number of tests conducted in Delhi was 2,666,156, including 5,077 tests conducted in the last 24 hours. The city carries out 13,180 tests per million inhabitants.
The government also ordered on Tuesday that Fortis Hospital in Vasant-Coon should only treat patients with covidials and increase the number of beds. The hospital, which has 162 beds, is currently informed that the number of beds will be increased to 200.
Previously, three private hospitals – Sir Ganga Ram, Mulchand and Saroj Super Specialty Hospital – had been converted into facilities designated by Covid.
Fortis Hospital has everything you need to increase the number of beds, manage your staff and organise the necessary resources. Previously there were only 32 beds reserved for Covid patients.
The Delhi government decree obliges Fortis Healthcare to place and reserve 200 beds for the treatment of Covid-19 patients at Fortis Hospital, Vasant Kung. We look at the available people, infrastructure and resources and do our best to follow the guidelines, according to a Fortis spokesperson.
The government has asked 22 private hospitals in the capital to reserve 20 percent more beds for the 19 Kovid patients, increasing the number of beds in these hospitals by 2,015. With a total capacity of 7,323 beds, these private hospitals had previously reserved 1,441 beds for coviidosis patients.
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