Delhi CM said that they would provide oxygen concentrators to all those patients who fell ill under home isolation.
As the cases of COVID-19 is increasing day by day, the national capital overtook Tamil Nadu in the number of patients of coronavirus. Now, it is the second state in India after Mumbai for the highest number of coronavirus cases. People who get affected with coronavirus are kept in quarantine for 14 days. Some people are quarantined at their home.
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So, the Delhi Government has said that the oxygen saturation level will be checked by those people who are staying under home isolation. Delhi Government will even send oxygen concentrators. The oxygen level for some patients falls suddenly. So, they need oxygen immediately. Oximeters will be provided to those patients who are under home isolation to check their oxygen level. A number will be provided to which they can contact them if their oxygen level falls. The team will reach their house will the concentrator and will be shifted in the hospital. All districts will be provided with oxygen concentrators. Once the oximeter is used, it can be returned to the government.
Deputy CM Manish Sisodia said that 1 lakh oximeter is bought by the government. The cost of each oximeter is between Rs1000 and Rs3000. A meeting was held in which the Home Ministry, Deputy Chief Minister, and other Ministers were present. Home minister Amit Shah asked the Delhi Government to share each and every detail of patients who died due to coronavirus. He said to check if patients are under home isolation and the patient is taken to the hospital at the right time or not. The daily average growth of coronavirus cases in Delhi is 5.7 percent. It is the highest rate of Coronavirus patients.
With this rate, Delhi would soon cover the maximum number of coronavirus cases. On the other hand, the Chief Minister of Delhi stated that the recovery rate has risen since last week. Kejriwal said that there were 24000 cases last week. Due to the rise in the recovery rate, the situation seems to be stabilizing. The test is done thrice now. Nobody will face any kind of problem in getting tested now. An additional number of patients is less for 10 days which means that either patients are asymptomatic and or have mild symptoms. On 12 June, 5300 beds were occupied. Today, the number of occupied beds is 6200. There is an increase in the number of beds from the last 10 days.
Two things got clarified with this survey. First is the number of patients going to the hospital are at recovery. Second is fewer cases require hospital admission. The Chief Minister further said that they don’t need more beds now. They are getting a lot of support from the center. It’s time to fight together. He also targeted china in his statement. He said that India is fighting “two wars” against China. One is with the virus that china gave and the second is at the borders. Doctors and nurses are fighting at hospitals and soldiers are fighting at borders. He refused any kind of politics over this. He said that if twenty soldiers did not retreat, they cannot retreat either.
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