After the hospital visit on Monday, Amit Shah instructed the Delhi government to install CCTV cameras in corona wards of
every hospital in Delhi.
Adding to the lists of measures taken for the proper maintaining of Covid-19 Hospitals, Union Home Minister Amit Shah instructed the Delhi government to install CCTV cameras in all the hospitals and ensured that the cameras will be fitted in every other hospital in the capital.
Amit Shah made a surprise visit on Monday at Delhi’s government-run Lok Nayak Jai (LNJP) hospital to review their preparedness for the patients with coronavirus. A discussion was also held regarding various important issues like the growth rate of cases, death tolls, uninterrupted food supply to the patients and admissions of patients, from Delhi and outside Delhi, raised by Supreme court on handling the different measures for a covid-19 pandemic.
The inspection and handling of various Delhi hospitals came into question when various media reports of patients not being granted admission in hospitals and after TV news channels showed visuals of alleged mishandling of patients and bodies, and unhygienic conditions inside the wards of Covid-19 patients of LNJP hospital.
The Delhi Government, after an announcement from Shah on Sunday for doubling of tests, hoped that the COVID-19 testing will be increased as the Centre had extended its laboratory facilities to the Delhi government.
Home Minister said that Coronavirus tests per day in Delhi will reach 18,000 in the next few days. Most political parties
have demanded more testing of samples to be conducted in the national capital.