Delhi logs 6,500 new COVID cases in 24 hours; CM Kejriwal reports oxygen concentrator banks
In a hint of something better over the horizon for individuals of Delhi, the city recorded 6,500 new Covid cases just now, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said today.
The city's test energy rate has additionally dropped to 11 percent, he said, adding that Covid's effect is going down in the public capital.
"Just now, 6,500 cases have been accounted for in Delhi, the energy rate has additionally gone down to 11%. So Corona's effect is going down in Delhi. 1000 ICU beds have been set up inside 15 days, our primary care physicians and designers have set a model. I express gratitude toward them," Kejriwal said during a virtual public interview.
Oxygen concentrator bank in Delhi
He additionally declared that the Delhi government has set up 'Oxygen Concentrator Bank' in each region, which would give doorstep conveyance to patients who are in home segregation.
"It is fundamental to give oxygen to COVID patients, on schedule. We have begun this for such patients. 200 such banks have been set up in each region. Our group will give the concentrator at the doorstep of patients in home seclusion if necessary," he added.
The Chief Minister additionally said that each bank will have 200 oxygen concentrators, adding that for the individuals who need oxygen, the public authority group will contact them in two hours.
Drop-in COVID cases because of lockdown?
The public capital on Friday recorded 8,506 COVID-19 cases, the first run through the public capital saw under 10,000 diseases in longer than a month.
Clinical specialists accept that the lockdown is the fundamental factor behind the plunge in the midst of the second influx of the pandemic. The public capital has been under lockdown since April 19.
"Lockdown, I would say is the greatest factor in showing up at a circumstance where we are present when everyday cases from 28,000 have come down to around 8,500. Be that as it may, it is as yet a colossal figure, and there ought to be no space for smugness, on any front," Medical Director of Rajiv Gandhi Super Speciality Hospital (RGSSH), BL Sherwal, told PTI.
The every day COVID tally crossed the 28,000-blemish on April 20 in Delhi that had been fighting a fierce second rush of the pandemic.