new Delhi: New cases of corona virus infection and a gradual decline in the rate of infection give a clear indication that the spread of the virus is decreasing in the national capital Delhi. Delhi Health Minister Satyendar Jain gave this information. The minister announced that Delhi government has reserved general and non-ICU beds in private hospitals for patients with corona virus infection and the government charges will be applicable on them.
Jain said, ‘The infection rate in Delhi on November 7 was 15.26 percent. Right now it is less than 11 percent. On November 10, the maximum number of cases (8,593) were reported. He told reporters, “The rate of infection has come down and the number of people getting infected has also declined. This gives a clear indication that the spread of virus infection is decreasing in Delhi. Jain said that the average death rate of corona virus infection in the country is 1.48 percent and in Delhi it is 1.57 percent. He said that the figure was close to 3.50 percent in June.
He said that there is no harm from wearing masks inside the car. He appealed to the people not to take a step outside the house without a mask. Jain said that 2644 general and 260 ‘additional’ ICU beds will be available for Kovid patients in private hospitals. The government has issued instructions in this direction on Thursday.
On Thursday, 7,456 cases of corona virus infection were reported in the national capital and the infection rate was 12.09 percent. The AAP government made some other announcements on Thursday, including a fine of two thousand rupees for exiting without a mask, reservation of 80 per cent ICU beds in private hospitals, doubling the number of screening centers in each district and surgery in non-serious cases in health centers. To postpone.
Private hospitals have also been instructed to increase the percentage of non-ICU beds from 50 percent to 60 percent. The government also said that the number of RT-PCR tests in the national capital will be increased to 27 thousand per day and MBBS students and interns will be deployed to deal with the Kovid-19 situation.