Less than 100 ICU beds remain in Delhi, lack of oxygen as well: CM Kejriwal

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Chief Minister Kejriwal has requested the Central Government that in such a critical situation, at least 7,000 beds in Delhi should be reserved for Corona and oxygen should be supplied immediately.

Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal held a press conference today amid shortage of beds and oxygen in hospitals of the capital. He has said that Corona cases are increasing rapidly in Delhi and less than 100 beds are left. He has said that there is a shortage of oxygen in the hospitals of Delhi with beds. 6000 oxygen beds will be arranged in the next few days.

Kejriwal said, “There have been about 25 and a half thousand cases of corona virus in Delhi in the last 24 hours. It is a matter of concern that the positivity rate has increased to about 30% in the last 24 hours. The cases are increasing very fast. Corona beds are getting depleted very fast, ICU beds have been reduced drastically. There are less than 100 ICU beds left in the whole of Delhi. There is also a shortage of oxygen. We are constantly in touch with the central government and we have the center The government is getting help. “

Kejriwal spoke to Dr. Harshvardhan and Amit Shah

Kejriwal further said, “Yesterday I spoke to Dr. Harsh Vardhan. I told him that we are in great need of beds and oxygen. Today I spoke to Amit Shah. I also told him that beds are very much needed. The Central Government in Delhi Has 10,000 beds in hospitals. Out of this, 1800 beds are reserved for Corona. “

He further said, “We request the Central Government that in such a critical situation at least 7,000 beds should be reserved for Corona and we should be supplied oxygen immediately. The Delhi government prepares more than 6,000 oxygen beds in the next 2-3 days. Will do it. “

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