NEW DELHI :
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Monday stated that in spite of Delhi’s COVID-19 instances having nearly reached the 1-lakh mark, other folks should no longer panic because the restoration price within the nationwide capital now stands at 72 according to cent.
“The number of COVID-19 cases have almost reached the one lakh mark in Delhi. However, there is no need to be intimidated by the number one lakh as almost 72,000 people have also recovered from the virus,” stated the Delhi Chief Minister.
He additional stated that Delhi’s COVID-19 restoration price now stands at 72 according to cent which “is pretty big because it signifies that even though people are testing positive, they are recovering as well”.
“Close to 20,000-24,000 samples are being tested in the national capital on a daily basis,” he added.
The nationwide capital’s COVID-19 instances also are nearing the 1-lakh mark with 99,444 coronavirus instances and three,067 deaths, in keeping with the Union Health ministry.
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Monday stated that out of the 25,000 lively COVID-19 instances in Delhi, 15,000 instances are being handled at house and added that the house isolation programme is a good fortune.
“Presently there are 25,000 active cases of which, 15,000 patients are being treated at home. Our programme of treating people at home and providing them with and oximeter has been successful for us,” the Chief Minister stated.
“The death rate is also coming down. The number of deaths on a daily basis is in the range of 55-60. We need to reduce the number even further but in comparison to earlier, the number of deaths has been halved,” he added.
With regard to the occupancy of COVID-19 beds in hospitals, he stated that there was a lower in occupants from 6,200 to five,100 within the final one week.
“Presently, there are 15,000 beds for COVID-19 patients available in the national capital of which only 5,100 beds are currently being occupied by all patients in hospitals. Last week, there were 6,200 patients in hospitals,” he stated.
“There is no problem regarding testing and the availability of beds in the national capital. You can also see on the app in which hospitals the beds are vacant,” he added.
The nationwide capital’s COVID-19 instances are nearing the 1-lakh mark with 99,444 coronavirus instances and three,067 deaths, in keeping with the Union Health ministry.