LNJP Hospita, which was the first hospital dedicated for COVID-19 patients, has 2,000 beds and is the mainstay of the government's fight against the pandemic.
The books for the MBBS education in Hindi are being readied and the new Hindi based system will commence.
The first case of COVID in Delhi was reported in March 2020 and since then the LNJP Hospital, the largest facility of the city government has been at the forefront of the fight against the pandemic.
Sanjiv Mehta will continue as the CEO & MD of the company. HUL's Board also approved re-appointment of Dev Bajpai as Whole Time Director of the company for a period of five years till January 2027.
Nursing staff at various hospitals and other Delhi government-run facilities took part in the 'peaceful protest' to put forth the demands.
PM Modi, who inaugurated a new circuit house near the Somnath temple, said it will address the shortage of accommodation facilities near the temple.
Omicron crisis: Delhi to ramp up health infrastructure, 11 doctors at LNJP hospital test COVID positive
Delhi Health Minister Satyender Jain urged people to follow COVID-19 guidelines by wearing masks and following social distancing for safety while going to public places.
The national capital on Thursday recorded 85 fresh Covid cases, the highest in four months, while the positivity rate also rose to 0.15 per cent, according to the Delhi government’s health bulletin.
Persons found with new variant have mild or no symptoms, reveals Health Minister Jain
On Sunday, a 37-year-old fully vaccinated man who arrived in Delhi from Tanzania, became the first patient of Omicron in the national capital.
The first two cases of Omicron were reported in Karnataka. On Saturday, the third and the fourth case of the infection were reported from Gujarat's Jamnagar and Maharashtra's Dombivli respectively.
We reiterate our demand for a CBI probe into the case and ouster of the Minister from the State Cabinet.
“Praveen kumar is a hero of Delhi Fire Service. We stand shoulder to shoulder with the family in these tough times,” Jain said.
Officials said on Wednesday said that seventeen confirmed and 55 suspected cases of dengue have been reported till Tuesday at the LNJP Hospital.
The 1,500-bed facility is the largest hospital run by the Delhi government, and also the nerve centre of the city’s battle against the coronavirus pandemic.