On Sunday Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal said that the national capital has been worthy to minimize deaths of Covid-19 sufferers in home isolation with the support of pulse oximeters. The chief minister interpreted it as a protective shield or “Suraksha kavach”.
Arvind Kejriwal tweeted, If victims observe their oxygen is declining, they reach out to us for help. They immediately provide oxygen concentrators to their home or bring them to a hospital
Kejriwal’s comments in reaction to a Twitter user’s post wherein he thanked the Delhi government on proving an oximeter on time to his companion who tested positive for Covid-19.
Last month, one of the difficulties being faced by coronavirus patients under home isolation is the unexpected drop in oxygen levels, during a speech, Kejriwal said. All such sufferers will be given pulse oximeters to monitor their oxygen levels, adding that once the victim has recovered, the oximeters can be returned, the chief minister announced.
All examinations, involving final exams, to be performed in universities under the city-state’s government stand canceled in the view of Covid-19 pandemic, On Saturday, the Delhi government announced all examinations.
The degrees will be granted to students on the basis of evaluation parameters determined by the universities, said by Deputy chief minister Manish Sisodia.
Sisodia tweeted, In the lamp of the crucial disturbances caused by the Coronavirus pandemic, Delhi govt has authorized to cancel all Delhi state university exams encompassing final exams
During a press briefing, Sisodia – who also deals with Delhi’s education ministry – said that schools and colleges have been close throughout the Covid-19 crisis.
He said that the Delhi government thinks there is no point performing university examination for a semester where no studies carried place.