Covid-19: CM Kejriwal convenes all-party assembly, permits MBBS college students, interns to help medical doctors


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Well being staff sporting PPE stand exterior the COVID-19 affected person reception ward at GTB hospital in New Delhi on Wednesday.

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has to convened an all-party assembly at this time to debate the Covid-19 state of affairs within the nationwide capital. The assembly can be attended by the leaders of AAP, BJP, and Congress.

In response to Kejriwal, the federal government is taking a number of measures to curb the graph, including that over 660 ICU beds can be added in varied metropolis authorities hospitals within the subsequent few days. He mentioned proposal has been despatched to the Lieutenant Governor to permit the town authorities to impose “native lockdowns available in the market locations that are potential COVID hotspots”.

In one other associated growth, the Delhi authorities has issued an order permitting all COVID-19 hospitals of the Delhi authorities to “have interaction fourth and fifth 12 months MBBS college students, interns and BDS medical doctors to help responsibility medical doctors at an honorarium of Rs 1,000 (eight hour shift) and Rs 2,000 (12 hour shift) per day”. In case of interns, the honorarium can be over and above their stipend. 

Delhi has seen an alarming spike in instances in current weeks, recording extra new instances than every other state within the nation. On Wednesday, the nationwide capital recorded 7,486 instances, taking the tally to over 5 lakh. As many as 131 fatalities, the very best single-day dying rely until date, had been recorded, taking the toll to 7,943.

In response to a report in IANS, the Delhi Corona App confirmed that 1,236 out of 1,347 ventilator beds in devoted ICU wards throughout the hospitals are occupied. All the key personal and authorities hospitals have proven full occupancy, as per the appliance.

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