Now, these four big private hospitals in Delhi will also treat patients infected with the new variant of the coronavirus, Omicron.
Delhi government made 4 big private hospitals dedicated center of Omicron
As soon as the cases of new variants of Kovid 19 Omicron have started increasing in the country’s capital Delhi. The Delhi government has geared up to deal with it. The government has converted 4 private hospitals Sir Ganga Ram Hospital, Max (Saket), Fortis (Vasant Kunj), and Batra Hospital (Tughlakabad) as dedicated hospitals for the new variant of the coronavirus, Omicron.
There is a steady increase in the patients of Omicron variants in the country.
So far 113 cases of this variant have been reported. At the same time, 12 cases of Omicron were reported in the capital Delhi on Friday. It is a matter of relief that out of 22 patients of Omicron in Delhi, 10 have become healthy. Delhi government is on alert mode regarding Omicron.
10 discharged out of 22 patients in Delhi
Delhi Health Minister Satyendar Jain told. Out of 22 patients, 10 have been discharged. A senior doctor at LNJP Hospital said that most of the patients have been vaccinated and they are not showing any symptoms of infection. In this hospital, Omicron cases are being treated and patients are being kept under special supervision. The doctor said that some of these patients have partial symptoms of infection such as mild fever, body pain, and sore throat.
Ramlila Maidan converted into Kovid Hospital
In view of the threat of infection, a high-tech 500-bedded Kovid Hospital has been built at Ramlila Maidan in Delhi. In view of the increasing patients of Kovid-19, Ramlila Maidan has been completely converted into a hospital. A special team of doctors and medical staff has been prepared here. This team will be present in the hospital for 24 hours.
12 cases of Omicron were reported in Delhi on Friday
At the same time, the central government has alerted about the danger of Omicron. The Union Health Ministry has said that Omicron infection has spread to 91 countries. But the way this new strain is spreading in Europe. India’s concerns are increasing due to this. So far, 113 patients of Omicron have been found in the country. 26 cases were reported on Friday. Of these, 12 cases were reported from Delhi, 08 from Maharashtra, and two each from Telangana and Kerala.