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Covid-19: Delhi gets another 205 ICU beds

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News video: ‘Increasing ICU beds to 6,000, doubling daily Covid testing in Delhi’: Centre

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Centre on Tuesday briefed on the Covid-19 situation in India. VK Paul, Member (Health) Niti Aayog, spoke on increasing the number of ICU beds in Delhi. Paul also spoke on increasing the number of testing in Delhi as cases rise in the national capital. Health Secretary Rajesh Bhushan said that...

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