According to Delhi Chief Minister's Office (CMO), Kejriwal informed the Prime Minister that Delhi saw a peak of 8,600 COVID-19 cases on 10 November in the third peak.
This includes beds in several private hospitals. "As many as 29 beds were added on November 17, 100 beds on November 18, 76 beds on November 19 and 206 beds were added November 21," Delhi government said on November 21.
Spike in Covid-19 cases in Delhi: Referring to stubble burning in Delhi-NCR and states like Haryana & Punjab, Kejriwal said that pollution not just affected Delhi residents but also residents of these states.
Meanwhile, the Delhi government has also directed all government and private COVID hospitals to get feedback from patients and their willingness to donate blood plasma at the time of discharge.
A few days back, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal had inaugurated country's first 'plasma bank' at the Institute of Liver and Biliary Sciences in the capital to ease access to plasma.
Met Amit Shah, Hon'ble HM. Discussed the situation on corona in Delhi in detail. He assured of all cooperation," the Chief Minister said in a tweet.
The Chief Minister has isolated himself at his residence. All his meetings till tomorrow afternoon have been cancelled.
Kejriwal said that some states in India and across the world faced a shortage of beds, ventilators and healthcare infrastructure, which led to many deaths due to COVID-19.
Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal on Sunday in a presser said that lockdown was necessary to contain COVID-19 but now Delhi is fully ready to relax lockdown restrictions.
Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia had on Wednesday said 20 hotspots have been identified in Delhi in the battle to contain coronavirus.