Private schools in Delhi are also coming forward to provide beds to Corona infected patients in Delhi. A 40-bed Corona Care Center has been prepared by the Mount Carmel School Society in Dwarka.
Arrangements have been made to provide oxygen beds, oxygen concentrators and all necessary medicines in this center. The school has converted its auditorium into a corona care center. Deputy CM of Delhi Manish Sisodia also reached today to take stock of this center.
Sisodia told that this Victory William Corona Care Center can also be linked to any major hospital if needed. He said that even after the death of the founder of the school, Dr. VK William, a week ago, this step taken by Mount Carmel School in difficult times is very human.
He said that the beds, and other facilities present in this center gives us confidence that we have the resources to fight this crisis.
The time from 22 April to 5 May is very difficult for Delhi
Deputy CM said that today the whole world is going through a difficult time. And the time from 22 April to 5 May was very difficult for Delhi. At this time, most cases of corona were occurring. The number of infected was continuously increasing.
Number of beds in hospitals from 6 thousand to 20 thousand,
during this time we increased the number of beds in hospitals from 6 thousand to 20 thousand. But we were struggling with lack of oxygen. Information was available on the Corona app that now only 300-400 beds are left in hospitals. But now the corona infection rate is decreasing in Delhi. Beds are being emptied in hospitals too. It shows that we are slowly coming out of the crisis, the credit goes to the doctors and the corona warriors.