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Coronavirus: Delhi to have ICU beds on a large scale at three hospitals

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As Delhi witnesses the spike in coronavirus cases in the state, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on 26 June said, “The government is reportedly planning to deploy ICU beds on a large scale at three-run hospitals.”

Briefing the media on the coronavirus update, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said, “So far, the state has reported over 74,000 cases; of them 45,000 patients have recovered.”

“Even though the spike in the cases is a matter of concern, there is no need to panic as the COVID-19 situation is still under control,” Kejriwal added.

Adding to the statement, Kejriwal said, “In the last 10 days the government already set up 3,500 beds for COVID-19 patients in hotels. Its government is going to increase more ICU beds on a large scale in state-run hospitals.”

“The government will set up ICU beds in LNJP Hospital, Rajiv Gandhi Super Speciality Hospital, and GTB Hospital,” Kejriwal said.

Further adding to the statement, Kejriwal said, “COVID-19 patients under home isolation have been given pulse oximeters and this will act as ‘Suraksha Chakra’ against the disease.”

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