Recently, the Delhi Corona App was launched for COVID-19-infected Delhi patients. This app differs from Aarogya Setu’s nationwide contact tracing tool. This app is helpful in finding information about hospital beds available and ventilators that can be used to treat Coronavirus patients.
This helps Delhians locate nearby hospitals to treat and diagnose COVID-19 infections. Delhi CM Arvind Kehriwal stated that there have been cases where patients complained about the lack of medical facilities and beds. “Clearly, there is a information gap as around 4,100 beds remain vacant today,” he said.
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All Android users can download the Delhi Corona app for free from Google Play Store. We’ll show you how to download Delhi Corona App, and find out if there are any beds available in the nearest hospitals in Delhi.
How to find and download the Delhi Corona App
Step 1: Download Delhi Corona App
Go to Google Play Store and get the Delhi Corona Application.
Step 2 – Look for the “COVID-19 beds” option
Look for the “COVID-19 beds” menu on the app’s home screen. The page below will display a listing of COVID-19 beds available at hospitals close to you.
Step 3 – If you need a ventilator, look for the COVID-19 Ventilators option
To request a ventilator tap the “COVID-19 Ventilators” option instead. You will see a list of beds that have ventilators in your area.
Notably, the Delhi government also has strict rules regarding the availability of beds. If you need a bed and the hospital has it, they will not refuse to give you one. You can call 1031 immediately if they refuse to give you a bed. This number will immediately contact the hospital and get you a bed on-the-spot. At 10 AM in the morning, and at 6 PM in the evening, the database in Delhi Corona App are updated.
The Delhi Corona App was recently launched for COVID-19-infected Delhi patients. This app differs from Aarogya Setu’s nationwide contact tracing system. This app is helpful in finding information about hospital beds available and ventilators that can be used to treat Coronavirus patients. It is also useful for providing information about hospital beds and ventilators available to Coronavirus patients.