Scenes at Delhi Hospitals for covid 19

Mr. Kejriwal and Mr. Satyendra Jain the CM and Health Ministers of Delhi, you do not have people who understand governance and management. You should be doing whatever arrangements with private hospitals to get things working. This is not the time to do chindigiri but ensure all hospitals are treating covid 19 at a fixed price with 50% capacity. more  

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Not only 50% it should be rather 75% and there should be fixed charges for the treatment. more  
We may treat the present situation as medical emergency. Administratively, all hospitals (private or Govt) should be under central control of State Govt. Charges for Covid patients MUST be uniform and the barest minimum as this is NOT a proper atmosphere for earning profit by providing health services. Should there be necessary Ordnance in this regard may be passed for treating Govt & Pvt hospitals at par so far as treatment of Covid patients is concerned. more  
Ask BJP now. Sent from my iPad On Jun 7, 2020, at 5:50 PM, Neelam Bose wrote: more  
Only thing the Delhi Govt is interested - cook up the figures to keep it at a minimum nothing else- Let the citizens of Delhi go to hell more  
It is amazing that complete lock down imposed when there are around 500 patients with 4 hr notice. Now the number of patients are around 2.6 lakhs and started unlocking. Several people can be seen on the roads and parks even without masks. At least masks should be make compulsory and fine should be imposed for violators. more  
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