In view of the increasing number of Kovid-19 cases in Delhi, the Arvind Kejriwal government is gearing up to deal with the situation. The Delhi government has asked all hospitals to be on alert. Delhi Health Minister Satendra Jain said that the Delhi government is closely monitoring the situation. The government does not want to take any risk.
“We have completely transformed our healthcare system,” he said. At the same time, all the hospitals in Delhi have been advised to be vigilant in view of the increasing cases of Kovid-19. To prevent the spread of corona virus, the Delhi government is doing contact tracing of infected patients. RT-PCR testing will also be increased if needed. The government is working on the principles of testing, tracing and treatment. Satendra Jain said that the Delhi government will soon vaccinate people free of cost in government hospitals. He appealed to the people to get vaccinated at the earliest and said that prevention is better than cure. People who have not yet been vaccinated or have only taken the first dose should visit their nearest health center as soon as possible for complete vaccination.