Covid-19 cases down, Delhi begins preparations for the third wave.
Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Wednesday said that the Delhi government has set in motion an arrangement to get ready for the following influx of Covid-19 diseases in the Capital, which could require almost 40,000 oxygen beds and 10,000 ICU beds, and conceivably hit more youthful individuals, especially kids, more earnestly.
The move comes when specialists have cautioned that another rush of contaminations can't be precluded, mainly because of the danger of more contagious Sars-Cov-2 variations, low immunization inclusion, and the lifting of the lockdown that was set up with an end goal to straighten the pandemic's bend.
"If the third wave of the coronavirus emerges, we have to be prepared in advance to fight it. Took some important decisions today at a meeting with officials: 1. We will have a special task force to protect children from the third wave; 2 There will be better arrangements than before for an adequate number of beds, oxygen, and essential medicines," Kejriwal said in a tweet after the meeting.
Source: Hindustan Times
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