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COVID-19: ICU beds will be increased in Delhi in next few days, informs centre

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COVID-19: ICU beds will be increased in Delhi in next few days, informs centre

COVID-19: ICU beds will be increased in Delhi in next few days, informs centre

As the number of cases of COVID-19 increasing in Delhi from last few days, Central government on November 17 announced to increase ICU beds in next few days.

While addressing media persons in Delhi, NITI Aayog member, VK Paul said, "3500 ICU beds are available in Delhi now.

It will be increased to 6000 ICU beds in next few days." "House to house survey will be done in containment zones in Delhi.

This will also be done in other vulnerable zones.

Total 7000-8000 teams will be put on this," he added.


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