The Delhi government has finalized an augmentation plan according to which five government hospitals, dedicated to Covid-19 treatment in the city, will increase their cumulative bed capacity by 9,000 to 13,870, including 750 beds with ventilator support, in three phases over the next three weeks, officials said.
Delhi boss clergyman Arvind Kejriwal said on Saturday no medical clinic can deny admission to any associated quiet with the coronavirus ailment (Covid-19) and it should begin rewarding them right away.
“We will pass a request that no medical clinic can deny an individual treatment on the off chance that they are suspected crown persistent. They should consider that individual as speculate case and start treatment as there is no medication for crown,” Kejriwal said during a public interview.
“They can wear PPE (individual assurance hardware) if the individual is a patient,” he included.
The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) pioneers said the emergency clinics should guarantee they are tried for Covid-19 and spare their lives.
“In the event that an individual tests constructive for crown, at that point we will work likewise and on the off chance that the test is pessimistic, at that point the individual will be moved to a non-crown ward,” he said.
The Delhi government has settled a growth plan as indicated by which five government emergency clinics, committed to Covid-19 treatment in the city, will build their total bed limit by 9,000 to 13,870, incorporating 750 beds with ventilator support, in three stages throughout the following three weeks, authorities said.
These five emergency clinics together have around 4,500 beds and 300 ventilators to treat those contaminated with the Sars-Cov-2 infection, which causes Covid-19.
Under the arrangement, which was drafted after the city contacted 1,000 Covid-19 cases in a solitary day on May 28, these clinics should guarantee 4,470 beds in the primary stage (by June 11, which has just been met), 4,650 more in the second (by June 18) and another 4,750 in the third stage (by June 25), as per government archives that HT has seen.
The five government emergency clinics are Rajiv Gandhi Super Speciality Hospital (2,170 beds), GTB Hospital (4,500 beds), Lok Nayak Hospital (6,000 beds), Deep Chand Bandhu Hospital (600 beds) and Satyavati Raja Harish Chandra Hospital (600 beds).