Delhi government has set new norms for corona patients admitted in hospitals. The Delhi government has also asked the corona affected patients to leave the hospital in 10 days. Provided that the patient does not have a fever for three consecutive days during hospitalization. A corona test of the patient should also be negative. After which the patients will be given leave from the hospital. The cases of Corona in Delhi have exceeded 6500. Meanwhile, there is good news for corona patients admitted to Delhi hospitals. After the guidelines framed by the central government, the Delhi government has also fixed new norms for corona patients admitted to hospitals. The Delhi government has also asked the corona affected patients to leave the hospital in 10 days. Provided that the patient does not have a fever for three consecutive days during hospitalization. A corona test of the patient should also be negative. After which the patients will be given leave from the hospital our sources told chauahnsameer.com.
Delhi Government declares Fortis hospital, Shalimar Bagh, Saroj Medical Institute, Rohini Sector-19 and Khushi Hospital, Dwarka as COVID19 hospitals, in view of shortage of isolation beds in private hospitals in Delhi. pic.twitter.com/vLhDmXHXAq— ANI (@ANI) May 9, 2020
After which the patients will be given leave from the hospital. Delhi Health Minister Satyendra Jain has said on Saturday that all norms are being followed by the Delhi government from the opening of lockdown to corona patients. In the same episode, he said on Saturday that the corona investigation in Delhi is being expedited. There were a few cases in the past, which had delayed the inquiry report, but now it is not so. Satyendra Jain said that we do not want to harass any patient in the hospital and harass him and his family. He said that we want only a seriously ill person to be brought to the hospital for treatment, the person in which the symptoms of corona are not serious or very serious, they need not go to big hospitals. Delay in getting data from hospitals in the case of low death figures in Delhi, Health Minister Satyendra Jain said that in many cases, the report of death from hospitals has been delayed, but it is not that the government is hiding the data. He denied the fact that the death figures of corona patients in Delhi were hidden.
Delhi: 3 more private hospitals to treat COVID-19 patients, Kejriwal govt releases names
New Delhi. The number of coronae infected in India has reached close to 60,000, the number of epidemic patients in the country’s national capital, Delhi, is increasing rapidly, leading to a shortage of isolation beds in private hospitals. To deal with this problem, the Delhi government has now declared 3 more private hospitals as COVID-19 dedicated hospitals. The Kejriwal government has now released a list of three hospitals where corona patients will be treated. While the number of patients infected with coronavirus in Delhi has exceeded 5000, a report says that a total of 64 people have died in the capital. With the increase in positive cases, there has been a shortage of beds for patients in government and private hospitals in Delhi. One of the reasons is that medical staff in many hospitals have also been affected by the corona. That is why Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has now decided to dedicate the corona to 3 more private hospitals in Delhi.
In view of the shortage of isolation beds in private hospitals in the list released by the Delhi government, Fortis Hospital of Shalimar Bagh, Saroj Medical Institute of Rohini Sector-19, and Khushi Hospital of Dwarka have been declared as COVID-19 dedicated hospitals. There will be 50 isolation beds in three hospitals. The medical superintendents of these hospitals have been directed to make the isolation facility functional before Monday. The Delhi Health Department had earlier declared Maha Durga Charitable Trust Hospital and Sir Gangaram City Hospital as COVID-19 hospital on April 30. Delhi’s LNJP Hospital, Rajiv Gandhi Super Speciality Hospital, Sir Gangaram Kolmat Hospital, and Max Hospitals in Saket have some Kovid-19 dedicated facilities. Subscribe chauahnsameer.com for regular updates and opinions.