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‘Delhi Should Prepare for Third Wave of COVID-19’, Says CM Arvind Kejriwal


New Delhi, Might 10: Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Monday mentioned that Delhi ought to put together for the third wave of COVID-19 and exuded confidence that given the size at which town is creating infrastructure, it is going to be in a position to deal with even 30,000 instances a day.

He mentioned he hoped that the height of the second wave of the pandemic in Delhi has handed. Nevertheless, no concessions could be allowed simply but. Chatting with reporters on the sidelines of a go to to a 500-bed ICU COVID care centre close to the GTB Hospital right here on the eve of its opening, Kejriwal mentioned he hoped the shortage of intensive care amenities within the metropolis might be decreased within the coming days. COVID-19 Third Wave Inevitable, Warns Authorities’s Principal Scientific Advisor Ok Vijay Raghavan.

The Delhi authorities is growing healthcare infrastructure within the metropolis preserving in thoughts the potential of the third wave of COVID-19.

“We should certainly prepare for the third wave, for which we will have to further expand our infrastructure. Given the scale at which we are creating infrastructure, we will be able to manage even if 30,000 (daily) cases come up in the next wave,” Kejriwal mentioned.

“I hope the peak (of the second wave of COVID-19) has passed. I hope the cases go down in the coming days but being in the government and as the chief minister of Delhi, I would not want to give any concessions,” he mentioned.

To examine the unfold of COVID-19 in Delhi, the AAP authorities on Monday prolonged the lockdown within the metropolis until Might 17 morning, asserting stricter measures like suspension of Metro practice providers and prohibition of marriage ceremony ceremonies at public locations.

Kejriwal, who was accompanied by Well being Minister Satyendar Jain, mentioned the five hundred ICU-bed COVID care centre hooked up to the GTB hospital might be prepared to be used by Might 11. One other 500 ICU-bed facility close to the LNJP Hospital on the most important Ramlila floor will even be prepared quickly.

“We hope that these 1,000 beds in Delhi will reduce the scarcity of ICU beds,” he mentioned. The federal government needs to be able to deal with the state of affairs if the instances begin rising once more, he added

Later, Kejriwal tweeted, “500 ICU beds have been constructed in two weeks at Ramlila Maidan opp(osite) GTB hospital. Patients will be admitted from tomorrow. My heartfelt gratitude to all the engineers who made it happen in record time.”

Citing the ferocity of the second wave of the pandemic, Kejriwal mentioned the variety of oxygen beds, too, is being scaled up within the metropolis. “By this evening, we expect to receive 1,000 oxygen cylinders and in the next three-four days, we expect additional oxygen cylinders to arrive. We are setting up new oxygen beds across the city and hope that Delhi will no longer have a shortage of beds,” he mentioned.

He additionally mentioned that oxygen tanks have been put in to cut back the shortage of the life-saving gasoline within the metropolis. Kejriwal appealed to the Centre to offer Delhi with an ample variety of COVID-19 vaccine doses on the earliest and mentioned town’s present inventory would solely final for four-five days. He mentioned the Delhi authorities has additionally positioned orders with vaccine producers.

(That is an unedited and auto-generated story from Syndicated Information feed, LatestLY Employees might not have modified or edited the content material physique)




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