AIIMS to stop registration for routine walk-in OPD to curb Comunity Spread of Covid – Corona: Bad news for AIIMS visitors for treatment, decision to stop routine walk-in OPD


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new Delhi:

In the national capital Delhi Coronavirus Amidst further wave of (Coronavirus), there is bad news for the patients coming to the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) for treatment. Ames astpal Increase in new cases of Corona In view of this, since Thursday, it has been decided to discontinue the registration for outpatient (patients coming to the hospital for treatment, who do not have to stay there at night).

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With this decision of AIIMS, routine walk-in OPD registration including special clinics will be closed. Only those who have already made an appointment will be allowed. The AIIMS administration said the decision was taken “in view of the need to reduce the possibility of community spread of the Corona epidemic.”

New cases of coronavirus in Delhi continue to grow. More than 5 thousand corona cases were registered in Delhi on Tuesday. This is the first time since 27 November when more than 5000 cases have been reported in the capital in a single day. Earlier, on November 27, 5482 cases were registered. At the same time, 17 more patients have died in the last 24 hours.

In view of the surge in Corona cases, the Delhi government has decided to impose night curfew in the city from today to April 30. During this time, curfew will remain from 10 am to 5 am.


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