NEW DELHI: In view of the increasing Covid-19 cases in several countries, the Delhi government has approved Rs 104 crores for hospitals to procure medicines, so that any emergency situation can be dealt with.
At a review meeting, deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia directed the heads of government hospitals to share details of beds, ventilators, ICUs, human resources, oxygen plants, and medical logistics with the Health Department.
Along with this, Deputy CM said, “Rs 104 crore was approved to ensure that there is no shortage of medicines in government hospitals and they are prepared for any situation.”
Earlier, Union Health Minister Mansukh Mandaviya discussed preparations with several experts on Monday. Along with this, he said that a mock drill will be done on Tuesday regarding the preparations in the hospitals.