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Delhi State Health Bulletin for Containment of COVID-19 (No. 18/ March 21th 2020)

COVID-19 Status as on 21.3.2020

National: 283 Cases, 4 Deaths

Delhi State: 27 Cases, 1 Death

  • Discharged from hospital – 5
  • Death – 1
  • Admitted at hospital – 20
  • Migrated out of Country – 1
  • Outside Delhi – 6 (1 Rajasthan, 2 Kolkata, 1 Punjab, 1 Jammu, 1 Andhra Pradesh) Hospital status
HospitalNo. of Patients admitted as on todayTotal no. of Positive cases admitted as on today (Delhi)
  1. Orders have been issued under epidemic regulation act that any gathering (Social/Cultural/Political/Religious/Academic /sports/ Seminar and conferences is restricted to maximum of 05 persons in NCT of Delhi till 31st March 2020.
  2. Orders have been issued on 20.03.2020, under epidemic regulation act for immediate suspension of all services / activities in departments/organizations of GNCT of Delhi other than those included in the list of essential services, till 31st March 2020
  3. Orders have been issued on 20.03.2020, under epidemic regulation act for all the hospitals of GNCT of Delhi for the purpose of prevention and control of the outbreak of COVID- 19.MD/MSs of all Delhi Govt. Hospitals have been directed to ensure their preparedness to tackle the situation in terms of patient care, logistics, HR management, trainings, IEC etc.
  • Hon’ble Health minister chaired a meeting on 20.03.2020, with MSs of 50 Pvt. Hospitals in order to take a review of their preparedness for COVID-19
  • Total 661 passengers are under Quarantine at Govt. facilities.
  • Till date, 208265 passengers from COVID-19 affected countries have been screened at Delhi Airport and placed under surveillance. 6626 passengers from affected countries were screened today.
  • 10,475 passengers are under home quarantine as on date.
  • Calls received at CATS – 105 calls
  • Total calls received and responded at State Head Quarter Control Room – 301 calls
  • Intensive awareness and sensitization activities are continued at District level by DDMA, and Health Department.

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