The Delhi government on Tuesday launched the Delhi Corona app to give users information on availability of ventilators, beds, in hospitals etc.
The app has been made available to Android users as of now and is available on Play Store. “We are launching an app today which will give everyone the status of hospital beds and ventilator availability in Delhi,” Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal spoke on a live stream.
He said that people complain about there being a shortage of beds when there 4100 beds are still vacant. He further said that out of total 302 ventilators in Delhi, 210 are still vacant.
Delhi Corona app has been launched to give people relevant information about the availability of beds in private and government hospitals.
Delhi Corona app shows the total number of beds with a total number of occupied and vacant beds for COVID-19 patients. The app lists all the private and public hospitals that treat COVID-19 patients. It supports Hindi and English languages.
The app gives information for essential services which may be required during the lockdown. Services such as ration, e-pass, and hunger/shelter relief centres can be accessed through the app.
Information on containment zones, health services, government orders have also been made accessible on the app. The app also has a bot which lists out questions to determine if one has COVID-19. Delhi Corona app also gives information about coronavirus with the latest stats. The app will be updated everyday twice at 10 AM and 6 PM.