New Delhi: A complete of 200 beds of the Ambedkar Nagar Hospital have develop into operational from Sunday following inauguration by Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal.
During the occasion, the Chief Minister mentioned that every one the beds have oxygen amenities. “There was no big hospital here or in nearby districts. Starting today, 200 beds at the Ambedkar Nagar Hospital have been made available for coronavirus patients. All these beds have oxygen facilities. Otherwise, this hospital has a capacity of 600 beds,” he mentioned.
“I wish that these 200 beds being inaugurated today are not needed, but we need to stay prepared. The number of beds has increased to strengthen the health infrastructure. Rest, the number of patients are decreasing. The deaths have also reduced, and COVID-19 is under control,” he added.
Earlier on Sunday, Delhi Health Minister Satyendar Jain mentioned that the coronavirus circumstances in Delhi are lowering, and the excessive counts are on account of outsiders being examined right here.
“There are reports that COVID-19 cases are increasing in Delhi, the reason for this is that many people from outside Delhi are getting their tests done here. Hence, counting of positive cases is rising here. Otherwise, the trend of COVID-19 cases in Delhi is decreasing,” mentioned the Health Minister.
The complete variety of COVID-19 circumstances within the nationwide capital now stands at 1,44,127, together with 10,668 energetic circumstances. The demise toll stands at 4,098, he added. (ANI)