A government official said that complaints for filing FIRs against the hospitals under the Disaster Management Act have been lodged at concerned police stations.
Delhi hospitals turning away COVID patients despite bed availability will face action, warns Sisodia
Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal reviewed the COVID-19 situation along with Sisodia, Health minister Satyendar Jain and top officials.
“The situation is very bad and too grim to describe. Hospitals are running full and we have to return patients, even those who are coming from Uttar Pradesh or Haryana.
The decision came late Wednesday after a meeting between these 14 private hospitals and Health Minister Satyender Jain.
The Delhi government is planning to introduce cochlear implants for free of cost to patients under Delhi Arogya Kosh scheme, said Delhi Health Minister Satyendar Jain on Thursday.
The North MCD on Thursday started a survey of properties for assessing the tax. On the first day more than 1,200 property owners were issued notice over property tax in the Karol Bagh zone.
Currently, there are 8,729 general beds across city hospitals are reserved for Covid patients out of which 718 remain occupied, which is only 8 per cent and the rest lying vacant.
Health Minister cites people not turning up at last moment for the low turnout
Healthcare workers at Delhi hospital treated with chocolates, cakes, juices after COVID-19 vaccine shots
Dr Vikas Dogra, head of the pulmonology department, was the first health worker who received the vaccination at the hospital.
The hospitals where the COVID-19 shots will be administered include AIIMS, Safdarjung, Lok Nayak, GTB, Hindu Rao, Max, Fortis, Apollo, BL Kapur and Sir Gangaram.
Delhi cabinet approves procurement to increase facilities and medical infrastructure in capital’s govt-run facilities
The harvested heart was flown to Delhi by a chartered flight. It landed at Terminal three of the Delhi airport at 7.50 pm Wednesday.
Senior doctors belonging to the MCDA had gone on casual leave en masse over their pending salaries on Monday and begun an indefinite strike on Tuesday.
The government has also written a letter to the commissioners of three MCDs seeking an explanation over their poor financial situation.
They have also sought a permanent solution for handing over municipal health services to the Central Government is not decided.