Indo-Tibetan Border Police Jawans conducted ice snow craft training at a high altitude of 11,000 ft. They trained in extreme cold conditions with enthusiasm. The video released by ITBP showed the efforts of the team. Watch the video on Oneindia English.
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ITBP IG, Anand Swaroop visited Delhi's Sardar Patel Covid care centre on Friday. Swaroop reviewed ground arrangements at the covid centre in Chhatarpur. Senior ITBP officials regularly visit the centre to meet patients, take stock of arrangements. The IG visited the facility for the fourth time in the past 6 days to see the patients. At present, Sardar Patel CCC is managing over 400 Covid patients on oxygen support. The covid facility was jointly established by Delhi govt and ITBP on April 26, 2021. Last year too, during the first wave, the facility was set up to serve Covid patients. Oxygen supply at the centre has been normalised and there's no lack of oxygen for patients. The centre provides medical treatment, medicines, food, etc to patients free of cost. Services inside the centre are managed by doctors, ITBP medical staff and NGO volunteers.
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Italian Ambassador to India, Vincenzo de Luca "switched on" an oxygen plant on May 06 at an ITBP Referral Hospital in Greater Noida. The plant will supply oxygen to more than 100 beds at a time to the COVID-19 patients admitted at the centre. "After 48 hours our team with ITBP have been able to make oxygen production machine working. It's a sign of capacity of Italy and India to work together in a spirit of friendship and solidarity. This plant will supply oxygen to more than 100 beds at a time," Italian envoy told ANI. The plant was installed at the hospital in just 48 hours time.
A COVID care centre with 500 oxygen-supported beds run by the Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) began functioning from Monday with the admission of at least 25 patients, officials said. The facility, named Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel COVID Care Centre (SPCCC), has been opened in view of Delhi registering a sharp rise in coronavirus cases and its healthcare system creaking under the pressure. It is located at the Radha Soami Beas campus in the Chhattarpur area of south Delhi. ITBP has said that treatment at this centre will be free of cost. Watch the full video for more details.
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The prevailing situation in Delhi due to the second wave of COVID-19 has forced the expansion of health infrastructure in the national capital. In line with this, the ITBP-run Sardar Patel COVID Care Centre in Delhi's Chhatarpur, which was started last year in view of the pandemic, reopened on April 26. Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia and State Health Minister Satyendar Jain visited the centre. The centre began operation today as the first patient was seen arriving in an ambulance.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi's meeting scheduled on June 24 with political leaders of Jammu and Kashmir is about the delimitation exercise; Delta Plus variant, mutated version of the more aggressive B.1.617.2 strain causes concern; Delhi recorded 124 new Covid-19 cases and seven deaths in the last 24 hours. This is the lowest daily Covid-19 count the city has seen after February 16; Tomorrow, on the 7th International Yoga Day, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address the nation at 6:30 am.
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Jammu and Kashmir's Peoples Democratic Party chief and former Chief Minister, Mehbooba Mufti is reportedly planning to skip the meeting with PM Modi. Narendra Modi scheduled a meeting with leaders of 8 political parties of Jammu and Kashmir in Delhi on June 24.
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Union Home Minister Amit Shah chaired a high-level meeting in Delhi to review development projects in Jammu and Kashmir. Twitter India faced tough questions today including why it had not appointed a Chief Compliance Officer in India as it faced the Shashi Tharoor-led parliamentary committee on IT. A group of medical experts surveyed by news agency Reuters has projected that India’s next Covid-19 wave, the country’s third, would arrive here by October and other news.
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