Shubham Jaiswal (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Delhi’s hospitals have over 11,000 beds available for coronavirus patients, according to the city government’s health bulletin issued on Tuesday.
According to the bulletin, Delhi has a total of 15,300 beds and out of these 11,106 are lying vacant.
Notching to reduce the number of deaths due to the novel Covid-19, the Delhi government on Tuesday asked healthcare facilities to minimize time taken in admission of COVID-19 patients and to allocate a health care worker each for critical patients.
It also asked them to concurrence priority to high-risk patients during Entry.
Symptomatic patients like high risk patients include the elderly, pregnant women, immuno-suppressed and pediatric patients, and those having co-morbidities, such as cancer, hypertension, and diabetes.