In view of the prevailing Corona situation in Delhi, Union Home Minister Amit Shah held a meeting with Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal on Sunday. After this meeting, which lasted about one and a half hours, Amit Shah said that Kovid testing will be increased in Delhi. Not only this, but Amit Shah also said that given the lack of beds, the Modi government will provide 500 coaches of trains to Delhi.

Testing will be increased three times

Amit Shah tweeted that the Modi government is committed to stopping the Corona infection in the country's capital Delhi. To prevent corona infection in Delhi, the testing of corona will be doubled in the next two days and the test will be tripled after 6 days. Amit Shah said that after a few days, the system of testing will be started at every polling station in the contention zone. In order to provide correct information and guidelines for corona to small hospitals in Delhi, the Modi government has decided to form a committee of senior doctors for telephonic guidance in AIIMS so that the best systems can be communicated to the bottom. Its helpline number will be released tomorrow. In addition, a door-to-door survey will be conducted to find contact tracing in the capital. Health Minister Dr. Harshvardhan, AIIMS Director Randeep Guleria, and Delhi Deputy CM Manish Sisodia were also present at the meeting.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi also held a review meeting on the condition of Corona on Saturday. It was attended by Shah, Dr. Harsh Vardhan, Principal Secretary to the Prime Minister, Health Secretary, Director of ICMR and members of Empowered Group. After the meeting, the PMO reported that two-thirds of corona cases in the country are in 5 states. More infection is spreading in big cities.

Let me tell you, the infection is spreading fast in Delhi. On May 30, the total number of infected people in the capital was 18 thousand 549, which reached 38 thousand 958 on 13 June. So far, 14 thousand 945 patients have been cured, while 22 thousand 742 are under treatment. 1 thousand 271 people have died. Every day five-and-a-half thousand tests are being done here. 2134 cases were found in Delhi on Saturday. This was the second consecutive day when more than 2000 cases were found here.