A total of 16 children were admitted to the Kalawati Saran Children Hospital in Connaught Place after they were allegedly prescribed the cough syrup.
The daily single rise of COVID positive cases has witnessed a sharp spike since last Wednesday when 57 fresh cases were recorded.
The curbs had been in place since November 16, as Delhi’s air quality consistently remained between ‘severe’ and ‘very poor’ prompting the Supreme Court to step in.
On Monday, Delhi’s 24-hour AQI was 332 in the ‘very poor’ zone, as against 291, the previous day. On Saturday, the AQI was 291.
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Dimissing the plea, Justice Rekha Palli said there was no justification for the inordinate delay in approaching the court after over 150 years.
CAQM allowed the authorities in the Delhi-NCR to resume physical classes for students of class 6 and above, colleges and other educational institutions with immediate effect.
The drug was not recommended to be used in children younger than five years.
The underprivileged of Delhi would continue to get the benefit of the free ration scheme for another six months, announced CM Arvind Kejriwal.
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The university will offer a four-year integrated teacher education programme after Class 12. The courses will be available for students from Humanities, Science and Commerce streams.
Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal also appealed to the central government to allow booster dose for health workers and other citizens to fight new COVID-19 variants like Omicron.
He also appealed to the central government to allow booster dose for health workers and other citizens to fight new COVID-19 variants.
Out of these 24 Omicron patients in Delhi, 12 have been discharged, the sources said.
The protesting doctors, carrying banners and posters, held a demonstration and raised slogans, seeking redressal of the issue.
The statistics of the applications received for admission to the under-graduate courses told a story which was alarming.