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Temporary shelters to be set up for Covid-19 emergencies | Delhi News

New Delhi: In view of a probable third wave of Covid-19 cases, the Delhi government is already preparing 37,000 beds, including 12,000 intensive care beds. In addition, to prevent the national capital from facing a shortage of beds in the event of a crisis, work has started to prepare more than 30,000 additional dedicated Covid beds.
Delhi government sources said Niti Aayog advised the state government to further increase the number of beds so that it has around 67,000 Covid beds in case the capital faces a third wave .
“Each of Delhi’s 11 tax districts have been asked to identify around two vacant sites, where Covid care facilities may appear in the event of a third wave. Each district has been urged to start preparing an additional 3,000 to 4,000 dedicated beds, ”said a Delhi government official.
The proposed Covid care centers will be modeled after similar facilities created by the Delhi government near Lok Nayak and Guru Teg Bahadur hospitals. Previously, to increase the number of intensive care and oxygen beds in Delhi, the AAP government had decided to create centers in the Ramlila field near these two hospitals, with 500 intensive care beds each. Work at these facilities was completed at a breakneck pace as there was a significant crackle of intensive care beds and oxygen beds when the second deadly wave swept through Delhi.
Although it may not be possible to deliver oxygen through pipelines in these centers as well as in hospitals, which have a centralized system, oxygen cylinders and concentrators will be provided to provide support. adequate oxygen for patients who need it. The facilities will be air conditioned and will also have adequate medical equipment necessary for the treatment of Covid-19 patients.
State Health Minister Satyendar Jain said last week that based on projections of a likely third wave, the Delhi government was making all necessary arrangements. He said other medical facilities, including the availability of sufficient oxygen and essential medicines, were also taken care of.
The Delhi government has also started the process of establishing ‘semi-permanent Covid hospitals’ with nearly 7,000 intensive care beds in total, which will be set up near Chacha Nehru Bal Chikitsalaya and GTB hospital, apart by Sarita Vihar, Raghubir Nagar, Shalimar Bagh, Kirari and Sultanpuri.
The largest of these “temporary” Covid hospitals will come to the GTB Hospital Complex, which will be a five-story structure spread over an area of ​​more than six acres with 1,912 intensive care beds.
To save time and create these facilities in the shortest possible time, multi-storey hospital buildings are offered as hollow structures made of square or rectangular “mild steel” steel tubes. The structures will have a reinforced concrete base or an insulated foundation, which will support the entire building.

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