Tech for FTCP Network, New Delhi
Updated Mon, 16 Nov 2020 10:29 PM IST
Corona virus: employees taking samples
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Increasingly infected patients of corona virus and beds in hospitals are becoming less frequent. The Delhi government had also written a letter to the Center demanding additional beds. Permission was granted to provide additional beds in a meeting chaired by Union Home Minister Amit Shah a day earlier.
Also, to overcome the shortage of staff, the paramilitary force's doctors and paramedical staff were ordered to airlift. According to the information, after all employees reach Delhi on Tuesday, all districts will be deployed equally. All these employees have been airlifted from Assam, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Uttarakhand and Rajasthan.
A strategy has been chalked out for all the districts in a meeting with Delhi government, Municipal Corporation and DRDO on Monday under the supervision of Home Secretary Ajay Kumar Bhalla. In addition to providing timely treatment to Corona-infected patients, work has also started on new plans to provide beds to them.
11 health teams deployed, private hospitals to be investigated
On Monday evening, the Delhi government has constituted 11 health teams comprising officials from AIIMS, Ministry of Health and Delhi Health Department. 10 of these teams will be active for 24 hours. While one team is kept in reserve. All these teams will conduct inspections in all private hospitals in Delhi from Wednesday. These teams have been deployed on the orders of the Home Minister.