Government launches 'Delhi Corona' app to detail vacant beds in hospitals
New Delhi : The Delhi government has launched a dedicated app that gives details about the vacant beds, ventilators dedicated for the coronavirus patients. Called the Delhi Corona, the app is initially available for download on Android devices.
The app has been designed to facilitate the coronavirus treatment.
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal announced the new application during a live stream. He mentioned that the application will provide information on vacant beds in both government run and private hospitals.
“This app will tell you how many hospital beds are vacant and how many are occupied at this moment,” Arvind Kejriwal said while addressing the media through the livestream.
Interestingly, the application can be accessed in both Hindi and English language for mass usage. It is important to mention that the Delhi Corona app doesn't require any registration to access the information. All you need to do is go to Google Play from your Android device to download the app.
According to the government data, total number of coronavirus cases in the national capital stands over 20,000 mark with over 11,500 active cases and at least 523 fatalities reported so far.