Shah Calls an All-Party Meet To Review COVID Situation in Delhi
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As the number of coronavirus patients crossed to 38K-mark in Delhi, the Centre on Sunday, 14 June decided to double the number of tests in the city in the next two days and the exercise will soon start at polling stations in containment zones.
Meanwhile, Home Minister Amit Shah on Sunday ordered the transfer of 4 IAS officers from Arunachal Pradesh to Delhi to assist in the COVID-19 fight. The MHA also announced the attachment of two officers from the Centre to Delhi government.
On Sunday, India recorded 311 deaths and the highest single-day spike of 11,929 new COVID-19 cases.
- After meeting CM Kejriwal, Home Minister Amit Shah said Centre will give 500 railway coaches to overcome shortage of beds for COVID-19 patients in Delhi
- India revised its protocol for clinical management of COVID-19 to include the use of remdesivir and off-label use of tocilizumab and convalescent plasma therapy on certain groups of patients
- Health Ministry added loss of smell (anosmia) and loss of taste (ageusia) in the list of COVID-19 symptoms
- Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be interacting with chief ministers of all states and Union territories on 16 and 17 June
- India has now taken the fourth spot in the list of nations worst-hit by coronavirus, surpassing the UK in terms of the number of cases
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