All ICU beds with ventilators within the Central authorities’s Northern Railway hospital are occupied. The situation is similar within the Holy Household Hospital in Okhla, the Fortis Hospital and the Max SS Hospital (each Shalimar Bagh), the Navjeevan Hospital in Pitampura, the Kalra Hospital in Kirti Nagar and the Fortis SS hospital in Vasant Kunj.
Different establishments which have run out of such beds additionally embody the Indian Spinal Harm Centre in Vasant Kunj, the Maharaja Agrasen Hospital in Punjabi Bagh, the Sri Balaji Motion Medical Insititute in Paschim Vihar, the Ayushman Hospital in Dwarka, and the Mool Chand Khairati Ram Hospital in Lajpat Nagar.
Moreover this, 48 out of 76 personal hospitals are operating low on ICU beds with ventilators, with just one mattress obtainable in Sir Gangaram Hospital, displaying that the town is unprepared to cope with a significant surge in the mean time.
In the meantime, 536 Covid-19 ICU beds with ventilators out of 785, 880 ICU beds with out ventilators out of 1,213 and 4,305 regular Covid-19 beds out of 5,777 can be found, as per the newest knowledge from Delhi authorities’s cell app on Covid-related info.
In line with the ‘Delhi Corona’ software, 31.8 per cent of the ICU beds with ventilators are occupied throughout the town, whereas 27 per cent of ICU beds with out ventilators are crammed. On the brighter facet, solely 25 per cent of regular Covid-19 beds are in use.
The information was per the Nodal Officers of every devoted Covid-19 hospitals, as final up to date at 6 p.m. on Monday.
Delhi recorded 1,904 contemporary instances and 6 deaths on Monday. With this, the tally of Covid-19 instances within the nationwide capital has reached over 6.59 lakh, whereas the demise toll mounted to 11,012. With the town seeing over 1,000 instances day by day for the previous few days, well being consultants have issued warnings about resurgence of the sickness.
The town has been witnessing a marginal rise within the variety of fatalities as a consequence of Covid-19 over the previous few days, a direct results of the surge in day by day instances. Whereas the town had reported 58 deaths in February, over 100 have died thus far this month.
The second wave of coronavirus in India is spreading quickly and is predicted to worsen. On Monday morning, India reported 68,020 new instances within the final 24 hours, registering a rise in instances for the nineteenth day in a row.