In view of the continuously decreasing cases of corona in Delhi, the Delhi government has reduced the number of corona beds in private hospitals and nursing homes. Apart from this, the Delhi government has also issued an order to reduce the number of covid beds in government hospitals and covid care centers under it. All such private hospitals / nursing homes with a total capacity of 100 beds or more can now reserve only up to 30% of their total capacity for treatment of corona. (Even up to 80% were reserved for corona treatment till now). All such private hospitals/nursing homes whose total capacity is less than 100 beds. They will be exempted that they may, or may not, reserve beds for corona treatment. But the nursing homes which have got temporary registration for Kovid treatment will have to reserve 100% of the beds for Corona.
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In Delhi, on the one hand, the cases of corona are decreasing continuously, while on the other hand, non-corona patients are facing difficulty in getting treatment because a large number of beds in hospitals are reserved for corona but are lying vacant. While issuing a formal order, the Delhi government has also made it clear that if the cases of corona increase in Delhi, then all private hospitals and nursing homes will increase their number of beds immediately.
At the same time, according to the order, after reducing the number of Kovid beds and Kovid ICU beds in a total of 20 hospitals and Kovid Care Center of Delhi Government, the total number of reserve Kovid beds has been increased to 3000 and the number of Kovid ICU beds to 1620. The number of beds in the Shehnai Banquet Hall attached with Loknayak Hospital has been reduced to zero.
The number of Kovid beds in Sant Nirankari Kovid Care Center has been reduced to 50. The number of Kovid beds in the Kovid Care Center built in Yamuna Sports Complex has been reduced to 50. Now the number of Kovid beds in Sardar Patel Kovid Care Center Chhatarpur has come down to 200. There are 50 beds in Akshardham Kovid Care Center and 100 beds in Kovid Care Center built in Gurdwara Rakabganj.
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Along with this, after de-escalation, now there are 150 general beds of Corona and 150 ICU beds in Rajiv Gandhi Super Specialty Hospital. GTB has 600 general and 550 ICU beds. And Loknayak Hospital has 700 general and 700 ICU beds. At the same time, the number of Kovid beds in Satyawadi Raja Harishchandra Hospital and Guru Nanak Eye Center is now zero.
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