Kejriwal invites Amit Shah to inspect 10000-bedded care centre

Coronavirus cases in the capital are rising day by day whereas recovery rate of patients is also good but the cases of the virus are not stopping, in order to tackle the situation Delhi government has now come up with the new strategy.

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Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal wrote on Tuesday to Union Home minister Amit Shah, inviting him to inspect the 10,000-bedded Covid care centre at Radha Soami Satsang Beas campus in Chhattarpur.

Kejriwal has also urged home minister Amit Shah to help with doctors and nurses from the ITBP to help with the running of the centres.
This makeshift COVID-19 care privilege will be the largest in the city so far. The work is hoped to be done by the end of June. It is expected that by the end of July, Delhi will evidence 5 lakh cases of Coronavirus and will need over 80,000 beds to successfully handle the pandemic in the city.

In order to tackle the rising cases and the possible shortage of beds, the Delhi government planned to set up a 10,000-bed makeshift facility for COVID patients at the Radha Soami Centre in Chhattarpur.

Over the last couples of the week, the Delhi government is doing so much to deal with coronavirus problem in the capital which has so far taken more than 2,000 lives. As per the latest data released there have been a total of 62,655 cases in Delhi, out of which 23,820 are active.

Last week, Union Home Minister Amit Shah took a meeting with the Delhi government over the rising Coronavirus cases in the country.

Shortly after the meeting, Delhi Lt Governor Anil Baijal went the Radha Soami Satsang Beas located in Chhattarpur which has willingly reached out to the government to allow its biggest campus to be transformed into a 10,000-bed facility for COVID patients.

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