In the country’s capital Delhi, where the number of corona virus-infected people has crossed 2000, the number of hotspots is increasing rapidly. Problem is that all 11 districts of Delhi come in the Red Zone.
While on one hand the rising cases of corona infection have made the Delhi government more alert, and in view of the danger of infection, on Sunday, the Delhi government has sealed four more places and declared the hotspot. With this, the number of hotspots has now increased to 80.
Rapid testing have also started in these areas from Monday. Areas that are sealed include places Kapashera, EA Block Indrapuri, AB Block Shalimar Bagh, and Tilak Vihar in the fourth Tilak Nagar area in front of the contract office of the contract.
Significantly, the Delhi government has launched a mobile testing van for the safety of health workers. Under this, if any person in the hotspot identified area has symptoms of the corona, then the testing will happen at his home.
More than two thousand people live in about 400 flats in the sealed area in Shalimar Bagh. According to the Delhi government, the hotspot areas will be tested with a rapid testing kit from Monday. The goal is to investigate 42 thousand people in all these areas in a week.
In the Jahangirpuri area of Delhi, 26 people have been found to be coronavirus-positive and all used to come to each other’s homes. This is the reason that after a person got corona infected, all the people fell into it.
According to the Health Department report, as of Monday morning, there have been a total of 2003 corona cases in Delhi. Out of which 1668 patients are undergoing treatment. Out of these, 682 patients are admitted in various hospitals in nine hospitals. Of this, 26 are in ICU. Six patients are placed on ventilator support.
Of the total victims in Delhi, 1283 victims are under 50 years of age and 56 percent of the dead are elderly. Statistics clearly show that the elderly are becoming more infected.
RML Hospital in Delhi has killed 20 patients, the highest. At the same time, more than 50 doctor-health workers have been hit by the coronavirus.
The total of number of confirmed cases in India is 17,265 out of which 2,547 have been recovered and 543 have died.