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Saturday, 6 June 2020

Covid-19: Absolutely no shortage of beds in hospitals, nearly 5,000 vacant,

Covid-19: Absolutely no shortage of beds in hospitals, nearly 5,000 vacant, says Delhi government


The Arvind Kejriwal government on Friday claimed that there is no shortage of beds for coronavirus patients in Delhi and that nearly 5,000 were available.

However, relatives of several patients told that they had been unable to get beds in hospitals across the national Capital as authorities cited a shortage. They also said that the information on the “Delhi Corona” app – meant to display the availability of beds at both private and government hospitals in the city – does not tally with position on the ground.

“There are some misleading reports that there is shortage of beds for corona patients in Delhi because a few private hospitals are refusing admissions,” Health Minister Satyendar Jain said in a statement. “The truth is, there is absolutely no shortage of beds in Delhi at the moment. In the last three days, more than 1,000 patients have been admitted to various hospitals. If beds were not available, this would have not been possible.”

Jain added that there are close to 5,000 vacant beds at present. He attributed the reports on shortage of beds to hospitals not updating the data on the mobile application on time or misrepresenting actual data when patients call.

“Patients were not getting data on hospitals before,...



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