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Lt. Governor chairs meeting of Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) with Deputy Chief Minister, Minister (Health), Minister (Revenue), Chief Secretary, OSD, MoHFW, GoI, DG, ICMR, ACS (Home), CP, Secy. (Border Management) & other senior officers

Date: 
Tuesday, June 9, 2020

Hon’ble Lt. Governor chairs meeting of Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) with Deputy Chief Minister, Minister (Health), Minister (Revenue), Chief Secretary, OSD, MoHFW, GoI, DG, ICMR, ACS (Home), CP, Secy. (Border Management) & other senior officers.   

Need to ramp up medical infrastructure fast : LG

Admission of eligible COVID positive patients to be ensured as per protocol : LG  

Follow containment strategy as per ICMR guidelines – LG

Hon’ble Lt. Governor chaired the meeting of Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) with Dy. Chief Minister, Minister (Health), GNCTD, Minister (Revenue) GNCTD, Chief Secretary, OSD, MoHFW, GoI, DG, ICMR, Addl. Chief Secretary (Home), Commissioner of Police, Secy. (Border Management), Pr. Secretary (Health), Divisional Commissioner, CEO, Disaster Management, Delhi and other senior officers.

At the outset, Hon’ble Lt. Governor directed concerned authorities to have realistic projections for physical infrastructure and human resources requirement considering possible scenarios to ramp up medical capacity on continuous basis.

Pr. Secretary (Health) made a detailed presentation on the preparedness and perspective planning and policy of the Govt. regarding declaration of private hospitals as COVID hospitals. It was informed that upto 08th June, 2020 there are total 29943 confirmed cases in Delhi out of which 11357 patients have recovered/discharged/migrated.  The Case Fatality Rate in Delhi is 2.92% as compared to the national average of 2.81%, recovery rate is 38%, doubling rate 12.6 days and test per million is 13543 as compared to the national average of 3531 tests per million. 

Hon’ble Lt. Governor was further apprised that at present there are 8821 hospital beds, 582 ICU beds, 468 Ventilators beds and 3590 Oxygenated supported beds in dedicated COVID hospitals. Pr. Secretary (Health) informed the new hospital in Burari with 450 beds is expected to be operational by 20th June, 2020. 500 additional beds in other Govt. hospitals have been also earmarked. IAS officers have been posted as Administrative Officers in COVID hospital and Help Desks, manned by govt. officers have been set up in all the Government hospitals to facilitate the admission process.

Pr. Secretary (Health) also apprised that Health Department is eextending COVID Hospitals by linking big hospitals and nearby 5/4 star hotels with upper price cap of Rs. 10,000 per day per bed, hotels would provide beds, housekeeping, fooding etc as well as medical services. 8 Hotels-Hospitals have been linked to act as extended COVID Hospitals, approx. In addition, District Magistrates are carrying out the exercise of linking 19 more hospitals with hotels which would tentatively increase the capacity by another 2000 beds (approx.) by 15.6.2020.

CATS ambulance fleet has been augmented to 450 from earlier 160 which has reduced response time to less than 30 minutes. All 42 testing labs have been made functional.

A Committee under chairmanship of Divisional Commissioner has been constituted to explore the possibility of creation of additional bed capacity. It has suggested Pragati Maidan, Talkatora Indoor stadium, Thyagaraj Indoor stadium, Indira Gandhi Indoor stadium, Jawahar Lal Nehru Stadium, Dhyanchand National Stadium etc. to be used as make-shift hospitals.

It was also informed that at present 11,259 cases are in home isolation. Specialised health care company has been engaged exclusively for such cases. 2000 pulse oxymeter have been reserved for patients of home isolation. Extensive TV & Print Media IEC activity has been started to make people understand how to conduct themselves in home isolation.

For information flow to Public, ‘Covid Care Delhi’ App and delhifightscorona.in webpage are available for Covid Health Facilities for all information on Corona. Also separate helpline no. 1800-111-747 being launched for only patients related issues, bed availability etc. in addition to state government helpline no. 1031.  

Hon’ble Lt. Governor directed all stakeholders for containment zone strategy as per ICMR guidelines and instructed field officials to delineate containment zones properly to ensure their effective management to contain the spread of infection.

Lt. Governor advised to take lessons of best practices from other cities like Mumbai, Chennai, Banglore, etc. for management of COVID-19 cases in Delhi.

 

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