After the escalation of the case, the Delhi government also decided to impose a night curfew (10 am to 5 am) from Tuesday, which will continue till 30 April.
LNJP Hospital Medical Director Dr. Suresh Kumar (Photo-ANI)
Regarding the rising cases of Corona virus in the country, Dr. Suresh Kumar, Medical Director of Lok Nayak Jayaprakash Hospital (LNJP) of Delhi said that in the second wave of corona, youth and children are also getting more infected. Talking to ANI, he said that the current wave of Kovid-19 is spreading fast. Last week, 20 patients were admitted to our hospital, today there are 170 patients in the hospital. The demand for beds is also increasing.
Dr. Suresh Kumar said, “We have noticed that patients above 60 years were coming more. But now young, children and pregnant women are coming more. We have increased 1,000 beds. 200 beds of ICU have also been increased. All preparations have been made in the hospital so that patients can be treated properly. ” He said that till now we have not taken any decision to close the OPD (outpatient department) of the hospital.
On the other hand, Delhi Health Minister Satyendra Jain said on Wednesday that 2,000 beds have been increased in hospitals in the capital in the last 3 days. Jain said that the positivity rate in Delhi is 4.93 percent. He said, “Kovid-19 cases have been increasing in Delhi for the last 20 days. If the positivity rate increases, the situation may become worse. Therefore, we need to do everything to stop the virus from spreading. People are requested to wear masks, follow social distancing and keep their hands sanitized. ”
The number of OPD registrations in AIIMS will be reduced
It has been decided to temporarily reduce the registration of patients in OPD including specialty clinics and all centers in Delhi AIIMS from April 8, due to increasing cases of corona virus. According to AIIMS, only patients who come to OPD and specialty clinic will be treated in advance. For the next four weeks, all departments of the institute can fix the limit on the number of new and old patients in OPD.
New cases of corona virus are also increasing continuously in the capital Delhi. On Tuesday, 5,100 new cases of infection were reported in Delhi, which is the highest number of cases reported in a single day since November 27 last year. After the escalation of the case, the Delhi government also decided to impose a night curfew (10 am to 5 am) from Tuesday, which will continue till 30 April. Satyendra Jain said that people coming from outside will not have any problem due to the night curfew, they can show their ticket.
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