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100 ICU beds in left Delhi, situation grim: Arvind Kejriwal

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Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal on sunday said that due to the increasing cases of covid-19, there are now only about 100 ICU beds left in the whole of Delhi. Apart from this, the supply of oxygen is also lacking.

He said, “The positivity rate has been 30 percent in the last 24 hours. It was 24 percent in its last 24 hours. Patients are growing very fast.”

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“ICU beds have reduced drastically, less than 100 ICU beds are left all over Delhi. There is also a lot of oxygen.”

Kejriwal said that he is seeking help from the central government, he is getting a lot of help, he said that he has spoken to Union Minister Harsh Vardhan and Home Minister Amit Shah.

He said that he has asked the Center to reserve 7000 beds for Corona. He said that the state government will increase 6000 beds in the next 2-3 days.

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He said that beds are being set up at different places including many schools, which will also have oxygen facilities. More than 25,000 new cases of corona have been registered in Delhi in the last 24 hours.

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has expressed concern over the growing cases of corona infection in the capital and requested the central government for help.

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In his letter, Arvind Kejriwal has written, “Corona situation in Delhi has become very serious. There is a severe shortage of corona beds and oxygen, almost all ICU beds are full. We are all making efforts at our level. Need your help.”

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He said, “The positivity rate has been 30 percent in the last 24 hours. It was 24 percent in its last 24 hours. Patients are growing very fast.’

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