Delhi AIIMS’s big decision after increasing cases of corona, ban on routine recruitment and surgery of patients

New Delhi | Delhi AIIMS News: In view of the ever increasing corona cases and Omicron cases in Delhi, Delhi AIIMS has taken a big decision and banned the routine recruitment of patients. Also, non-essential surgeries have also been stopped. AIIMS has taken this step in view of the increasing infection in the capital.

In this regard, AIIMS has issued a statement saying that OPD service in AIIMS will continue with limited restricted registration for new and follow-up patients. In addition, all specialty clinics will be closed for the time being and specialty clinic follow-up patients will be registered only in the follow-up appointment slots.

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Weekend curfew implemented in the capital from today
Let us tell you that the corona cases are increasing rapidly in the national capital of the country, Delhi. Delhi Health Minister Satyendar Jain has said that 17 thousand corona cases will come to light in Delhi today. Significantly, many restrictions have been imposed in Delhi. At the same time, weekend curfew will also be implemented in Delhi from today.

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15 thousand 97 corona positives were found yesterday in Delhi
Let us inform that, on Thursday, more than 15 thousand new cases were reported in Delhi. After which the number of active cases in Delhi has increased to 31 thousand 498. On Thursday, 15 thousand 97 corona positives have been found here, whereas, 6 people have died due to corona. The positivity rate in the capital has reached 15.34 percent.

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