CM Kejriwal tweeted and told about the successful treatment of coronavirus cases in Delhi.
Delhi recorded 707 fresh coronavirus cases on Monday, taking the record in the city to over 1.46 lakh, while the death toll from the disease ascended to 4,131.
On Monday, Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal disclosed the real progress of the national capital. Talking about coronavirus cases, he revealed that over 90% of the COVID 19 patients have been recovered so far. Merely 7% of total coronavirus cases are active.
Further, he praised the people of Delhi who are gradually defeating the deadly virus. Moreover, he lauded the importance of the Delhi model. Due to which, the number of cases is declining at a faster rate.
With cases dwindling in the national capital, the ‘Delhi Model’ is being talked about among states. This model, which was drafted after Delhi faced a significant shortfall in the availability of health infrastructure facilities, includes increased testing, containment zones, focus on home quarantine for mild cases, plasma therapy, and serosurveys.
According to the daily bulletin, from August 2 to 4, daily cases gradually lowered, showing a three-figure count: August 2 (961), August 3 (805) and August 4 (674).
However, from August 5 to 9, the daily cases have been listed in excess of 1,000, falling again to a three-figure count on August 10.
Meanwhile, Delhi recorded a new 707 coronavirus cases on Monday. The total count is 1.46 lakh. The total casualties due to coronavirus cases have been recorded up to 4131, authorities informed.
Over 90% of Corona patients in Delhi have now recovered. Only 7% cases are active now. Slowly and steadily, the people of Delhi are defeating Corona. #DelhiModel
The total tests recorded in 1232 in the state. Moreover, Kejriwal has launched a 600-bed capacity
Dedicating the Delhi government’s Ambedkar Nagar Hospital to the public on Sunday, Kejriwal complimented the entire team for confirming the hospital ahead of schedule.
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The hospital first schemed in 2013. It is a 600-bed hospital and we inaugurated the first 200 beds which will be used for the treatment of COVID-19 patients, Kejriwal said at the launch event.