Home Minister Amit Shah on Sunday requested specialists to hand over the assemblages of suspected COVID-19 cases in Delhi to family members without sitting tight for research center affirmation of contamination however the remains ought to be treated with insurance and according to the administration rules. A home service representative likewise said that three groups of four specialists each have been framed with specialists from AIIMS, and focal and Delhi governments to review the social insurance offices committed to battle the COVID-19 pandemic in the national capital. "In compliance with orders of @HMOIndia @AmitShah, @MoHFW_INDIA directs that bodies of suspected #COVID19 cases be handed over to relatives immediately without waiting for lab. confirmation; bodies to be disposed of with precaution as per Health Min guidelines dated 15.03.2020," the spokesperson tweeted.
The representative included that the AIIMS clinic in Delhi has set up a 24x7 COVID-19 helpline for English and Hindi guests to take OPD arrangements and converse with volunteers while specialists can converse with advisors. The ''CoNTec AIIMS'' helpline number is 9115444155. "As per @HMOIndia directions, @MoHFW_INDIA has set up 3 teams of 4 doctors each from AIIMS Delhi, DGHS, MOHFW & #GNCTD, assisted by MCD officials; teams to inspect major dedicated #COVID19 facilities proposed in Delhi & make recommendations for improvement," the spokesperson said in another tweet. The declarations were made by the Home Ministry after two significant level gatherings Home Minister Amit Shah hung on the executives of the stressing COVID-19 circumstance in Delhi on Sunday.
The primary gathering was gone to by Delhi's Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, Union Health Minister Harsh Vardhan and high ranking representatives of the Union Home and Health Ministries, while the second was with city hall leaders and officials of Delhi's three civil organizations.