Delhi Police Commissioner SN Shrivastava said that we try to redress every grievance of the public, adding that it improves police-public relations. It is also important that whatever police can do, put them in front of the people, so that they can take advantage of them, he further said. "Recently...
Due to increasing cases of coronavirus, the national capital has become worst-hit city of the country. Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee (DSGMC), once again, came forward to help needy in grim situation. DSGMC has set up separate 'Langar' for COVID positive patients across the Delhi. After receiving calls, DSGMC is sending packed foods from five different gurdwaras across Delhi. DSGMC has also launched a helpline number where COVID positive patients can order their foods.
Amid increasing demand of Remdesivir injections across the country, Delhi AIIMS Director Dr Randeep Guleria on April 21 advised countrymen don't consider Remdesivir as a magic bullet as it requires for only small percentage of COVID patients. "It is important to understand that most of us who are either in home isolation or in the hospital, because panic, don't actually need any specific treatment. Only small percentage requires Remdesivir. Don't consider this as a magic bullet," said Dr Guleria while addressing issues related to COVID-19 in the country. "By rushing to the hospital, you are creating more chaos and not helping yourself and you are actually denying a bed to fellow citizen who may need it but may not get it because of unnecessary hospitalisation of people who don't need to be in hospital," Dr Guleria further added.
Alipur Police Station, Outer North District police facilitated the movement of oxygen tanker from Singhu Border, which was stuck at Kundli Border today. The tanker was scheduled to arrive at Jaipur Golden Hospital in Rohini. All the necessary arrangements are being made by administration and government to provide oxygen to hospitals. Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia, on April 20, informed that in many hospitals in Delhi, medical oxygen is available for 8-10 next hours only.
Delhi Police created a green corridor for two oxygen tankers from Uttar Pradesh and Haryana borders to reach a COVID-19 hospital in outer Delhi's Paschim Vihar. The two tankers carrying 19,500 litres of liquid oxygen from Uttar Pradesh and Haryana borders had been stuck in the traffic. The police received information around 11.30 pm on Monday and immediately teams were rushed to ensure smooth passage for the containers. The two tankers were then escorted by Delhi police till the hospital. 235 Covid patients were at risk due to the shortage of oxygen in the hospital. Watch the full video for all the details.
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Delhi Police created green corridor on April 19 to transport oxygen tankers to Balaji Action Hospital. Hospital had critical level of O2 in Liquid Gas Tank and 235 COVID patients were at risk. Tankers were stuck at Delhi border due to COVID restrictions.
As national capital is all set to go for a week-long lockdown due to prevailing COVID-19 situation in the city from 10 pm today onwards, city Police Commissioner SN Shrivastava informed that the most..