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Delhi govt launches app to help track hospital beds for COVID-19 patients

Updated: June 2, 2020 6:39 pm

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal today launched a Delhi Corona App for people to give accurate information about beds and ventilators availability in city’s hospitals. He urged the people to download the App.

Addressing a media briefing in New Delhi today, Mr. Kejriwal said, this app will be d two times in a day. He said, a web page has also been created www.delhifightscorona.in to provide the latest status of the vacant beds in hospitals. He said, if people are denied beds for COVID-19 patients, people may call at helpline number 1031.

On Delhi’s preparedness to deal with the Corona virus, he said, it is a matter of concern that cases in Delhi are rising but there are sufficient arrangements of beds, ICU and oxygen to deal with this infectious disease and people need not to worry. Mr. Kejriwal said, more than four thousand 100 out of six thousand 731 beds for COVID-19 patients in Delhi’s hospitals are vacant.

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