CM Arvind Kejriwal Visits 10000 Bed COVID Care Center

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1000 Bed COVID Care Center in Delhi

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal Today visited the COVID Care Center prepared at the Satsang Center of Radha Swami Satsang Beas in Chhatarpur. Delhi’s Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia was also present with the Chief Minister. Around 10,000 isolation beds will install in this COVID care center. This will be the COVID Care Center with the highest isolation bed capacity in Delhi. And will be ready by the first week of July.

COVID Care Center

Describing this COVID Care Center of Radha Swami Satsang Beas, the Chief Minister said, “An isolation center of COVID 19 is being built here. About 10,000 beds can put here. Patients with mild symptoms and without symptoms can stay in the house. But many people do not have arrangements at home, no toilets. We have to arrange for the isolation of people who are called COVID Care Centers.

There is also a COVID Care Center in Radha Swami Satsang Beas. We hope. It expected that it would be ready in the first week of July. As we said that 15 thousand beds would require by 30 June and 30 thousand beds by 15 July, then these steps are being taken in the same direction. ”

Expressing concern over other arrangements of beds in Delhi and lack of ICU beds. The Chief Minister said, “Three, three and a half thousand beds are being arranged in the hotel, arrangements are made in the banquet hall. It should not be a problem. The only concern is that ICU beds may have issues in the next time, so they are also making arrangements for that. In which hospitals, they are looking to increase ICU beds. ”

On the discussion held in the meeting with Union Home Minister Amit Shah, Arvind Kejriwal said, “In the meeting with the Home Minister. There was a discussion on how to save NCR as a whole unit. Because NCR cannot separate from all these. The District Magistrate of the adjoining areas of the other two states also called. In a way, NCR considers a unit for Corona. ”

Testing Prices Reduced From Today

The rates of COVID testing have fixed in Delhi, and rapid antigen tests have also started. Giving information about this, the Chief Minister said, “Today the people of Delhi are happy that two big decisions have taken in Delhi. One is that the testing rate has reduced from 4500 to 2400 in Delhi. All the labs It has said that all will work at maximum capacity. The maximum number of tests that can do will do without any hindrance. Also, the ‘Rapid Antigen Test,’ which reports in 15-30 minutes, will start on a massive scale from Today. Thousands have started in Delhi, so I do not think that the people of Delhi will have any problem with testing. “