New Delhi, August 9
Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Sunday mentioned the COVID-19 state of affairs in Delhi is below management and the restoration charge is bettering.
Speaking on the inauguration of a hospital in Ambedkar Nagar, he mentioned in case the state of affairs takes a flip for the more serious, the federal government is totally ready to cope with it.
“The hospital was conceived in 2013. It is a 600-bed hospital. We are inaugurating the first 200 beds which will be used for the treatment of COVID-19 patients,” Kejriwal mentioned on the launch occasion.
On the COVID-19 state of affairs in Delhi, the chief minister mentioned, “The situation is under control, all parameters good, recovery rate is improving, positivity ratio reducing and deaths have reduced.”
“I hope these 200 beds remain unoccupied… we never get to a situation where we have to use these beds. But even if the situation becomes bad again, we are fully prepared to deal with it,” he added.
Kejriwal mentioned the inauguration of the hospital is a step in the direction of strengthening the well being infrastructure within the metropolis.
“We have gradually increased the number of COVID-19 beds,” he mentioned.
On July 25, Kejriwal had inaugurated a 450-bed hospital in Burari. The hospital will ultimately have a complete of 700 beds. PTI