Amid the widespread case of the Nizamuddin incident, the Chief Minister of Delhi Arvind Kejriwal has unveiled the 5T action plan. In the middle of the rise of coronavirus spread, the government has decided to implement such an action plan. Where in it, 5T includes testing,
treatment, tracking, tracing and teamwork.
Kejriwal on interaction with the media has decided to follow the steps of South Korea. This would include the initiation of the random testing of the hotspots in the city. He added that the government has already conducted around 5,000 tests. Whereas, it would thoroughly result in conducting at least one lakh such ‘random tests’.
Whereas, on the other corner, he informed the media that 3,000 beds for the coronavirus hit patients have already been set up across different hospitals. “We have strategized to take over
in phases more hospital beds, hotels, banquets, and dharamshalas if the numbers increase, ” Kejriwal mentioned. Also, the government is ready to take over around 12,000 hotel rooms in case the number of cases surges.
“My responsibility will be tracking and
monitoring of the plan. I will see to it that it is followed through,” adds Kejriwal. Moreover, he will be monitoring the implementation of
the plans at ground level.