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Delhi govt panel asks hospitals to install refrigerated containers to keep bodies

Delhi government panel has asked the hospitals to increase their mortuary capacities due to the increase in the passing of coronavirus affected patients in the state. A five-member panel official has advised the hospitals to install ‘refrigerated containers’ to keep the dead bodies of covid 19 patients.

In the early week of May, the AAP government established a panel to handle coronavirus pandemic in the state. A week ago, the board visited four significant hospitals to audit the readiness. The hospitals were Lok Nayak Hospital, Guru Teg Bahadur Hospital, Safdarjung Hospital, and RML emergency clinic.

The Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital (RML) has as of late gained refrigerated compartments which have an ability to store at any rate 12 bodies one after another. The board has informed the clinics to increase COVID-19 testing facilities, include more beds, and an increase in the number of doctors, medical caretakers, paramedics, experts, a senior the authority told ANI.

Delhi was the third most exceedingly terrible hit state by coronavirus pandemic. The capital saw a record hop in coronavirus include over the most recent 24 hours. At any rate 2,224 tried positive for the infection carrying the complete count to 41,182. The loss of life from
coronavirus illnesses expanded to 1,327.

The Chief Minister Aravind Kejriwal said earlier that, “the state may see 1 lakh cases begore the current month’s end.”

On Sunday, Home Minister Amit shah met Health Minister Harsh Vardhan and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and other officials to discuss the current situation in the capital
and to make more measures to ensure the safety of everyone.

Shah declared a progression of measures to contain the spread of the infection. He also said
the administration will direct house-to-house wellbeing overviews to recognize coronavirus
cases in the capital.

He stated in a tweet that, “to be able to do contact mapping well in Delhi’s containment zones, a comprehensive health survey of every person will be done from house to house. The report will come in one week. Aarogya Setu app will be downloaded in every person’s mobile.”

“Testing for the infection will be doubled in the next two days in the capital and tripled in six days,” he further added. The Center would give 500 railroad mentors to Delhi to build the number of hospital beds for COVID-19 patients in Delhi. Amit Shah has additionally assembled another conference today with all the ideological groups in Delhi to audit coronavirus circumstance in the state.

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