Iit Delhi Warns Delhi For Third Wave Of Corona Virus Expects 45000 Cases Per Day – Warning: Third wave may become more dangerous in Delhi, 45 thousand new cases expected every day

News Desk, Amar Ujala, New Delhi

Published by: Prachi Priyam
Updated Sun, 30 May 2021 09:47 AM IST

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The third wave in Delhi may be even more dangerous. According to the report of IIT Delhi, 45000 new cases can be revealed in a day. The report raised the concern of the Center and the Delhi government.

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The conditions of the corona infection in the capital Delhi may seem to be recovering, but a report released by IIT Delhi regarding the third wave has once again raised everyone’s concern.

45000 new cases can be reported daily
According to the report, during the third wave of Corona, the situation in Delhi can become so bad that 45000 cases can be reported every day. In such a situation, about 9000 people will need to be hospitalized every day. Delhi has to be ready for this.

944 metric tons of oxygen may be required daily
According to a report filed in the Delhi High Court, to deal with this situation, the city will require 944 metric tonnes of oxygen daily for hospitals and refilling in the city.

IIT is working together with Delhi government
It is known that preparations for rescue have been started in Delhi amid fears of a third wave. Every effort is being made to ensure that there is no lack of oxygen. IIT Delhi is working on the needs with the Delhi government for the basic supply and management of oxygen in the capital. The blueprint is being prepared by analyzing the strategic issues of infrastructure with the government.

High court asked when blue print will be applicable
Earlier, the High Court had asked the Delhi government to tell by when the suggested measures to implement the blue print prepared by IIT Delhi regarding the distribution of oxygen would be implemented. The court has given four weeks time to the government for this.

A bench of Justices Vipin Sanghi and Jasmeet Singh had said that since the rate of infection is decreasing, we should not get into resting mode right now. The Bench had said that we should continue to take appropriate and quick steps to deal with the challenges coming in the future.

On this, senior advocate Rahul Mehra on behalf of Delhi government had said that the officers in us are working on a war footing and we are not in a mode of rest. On the order of the bench, IIT Delhi has prepared a blue print on the request of the government, to prevent the death of any patient in the capital due to lack of oxygen in the third wave of corona infection. The government also introduced the Blue Print in the High Court.

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The conditions of the corona infection in the capital Delhi may seem to be recovering, but a report released by IIT Delhi regarding the third wave has once again raised everyone’s concern.

45000 new cases can be reported daily

According to the report, during the third wave of Corona, the situation in Delhi can become so bad that 45000 cases can be reported every day. In such a situation, about 9000 people will need to be hospitalized every day. Delhi has to be ready for this.

944 metric tons of oxygen may be required daily

According to a report filed in the Delhi High Court, to deal with this situation, the city will require 944 metric tonnes of oxygen daily for hospitals and refilling in the city.

IIT is working together with Delhi government

It is known that preparations for rescue have been started in Delhi amid fears of a third wave. Every effort is being made to ensure that there is no lack of oxygen. IIT Delhi is working on the needs with the Delhi government for the basic supply and management of oxygen in the capital. The blueprint is being prepared by analyzing the strategic issues of infrastructure with the government.

High court asked when blue print will be applicable

Earlier, the High Court had asked the Delhi government to tell by when the suggested measures to implement the blue print prepared by IIT Delhi regarding the distribution of oxygen would be implemented. The court has given four weeks time to the government for this.

A bench of Justices Vipin Sanghi and Jasmeet Singh had said that since the rate of infection is decreasing, we should not get into resting mode right now. The Bench had said that we should continue to take appropriate and quick steps to deal with the challenges coming in the future.

On this, senior advocate Rahul Mehra on behalf of Delhi government had said that the officers in us are working on a war footing and we are not in a mode of rest. On the order of the bench, IIT Delhi has prepared a blue print on the request of the government, to prevent the death of any patient in the capital due to lack of oxygen in the third wave of corona infection. The government also introduced the Blue Print in the High Court.

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