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26 Delhi govt hospitals to reserve two beds each for heatstroke victims, says Saurabh Bharadwaj amid heatwave

Bharadwaj held a meeting with Health department officials to discuss the east Delhi neonatal hospital fire that killed seven newborns as well as the ongoing heatwave conditions

PTI New Delhi Published 27.05.24, 03:29 PM
A family stands under spray to beat the heat at Central Vista Lawns near India Gate , in New Delhi.

A family stands under spray to beat the heat at Central Vista Lawns near India Gate , in New Delhi. PTI picture.

Delhi government-run hospitals will reserve two beds each for heatstroke patients while five beds will be reserved at the LNJP Hospital, Health Minister Saurabh Bharadwaj said on Monday.

Bharadwaj held a meeting with Health department officials to discuss the east Delhi neonatal hospital fire that killed seven newborns as well as the ongoing heatwave conditions.

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"In view of the ongoing heatwave conditions, 26 government-run hospitals will reserve two beds each for patients while five beds will be reserved at LNJP Hospital," Bharadwaj told reporters.

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