The Sardar Patel COVID Care Center in Delhi is the main key for providing relief to COVID-19 patients. This center has also personnel of Indo-Tibetian border police (ITBP) and health workers who are serving the patients.
The Sardar Patel COVID Care Centre has 4 % occupies at the world level. This center is also the world’s largest COVID-19 care facility in the world. It is placed in South Delhi. This center also ensures that if the number of corona patients will increase in Delhi again they have a backup to tackle that situation.
Last month, there is a slight decrease has been recorded in the COVID-19 cases in the capital. Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal also states that the situation is under control if any of the cases will find we use the same technique testing and isolation.
On June 9, 2020, Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia also said that the government has predicted that there will be about 5.5 lakh cases in Delhi and we are ready for that. He also stated that we are using banquet halls, hotels, Railway Station, and Stadiums as the hospitals for the COVID-19 patient’s treatment.
Current data of COVID Care Centre
The current number of patients at the Sardar Patel COVID Care Centre is 500. Its total capacity is 1200. the amount of patients currently at the center is only 4%. Which is a sign of a good recovery rate of Delhi?
As the number of COVID patients is falling in Delhi, Kejriwal state that we are now starting to de-link the Hotels, banquet halls, stadiums, and Railway stations and making them as they were before. He also said that it is good news for Delhi that the number of patients is falling.
Now ITBP (Indo-Tibetan Border Police) personnel are controlling the work and functioning of the Sardar Patel COVID Care Centre (CCC). The facility was started with 1000 ITBP staff members and other paramilitary forces are now taking care of this center.