Delhi unlock 1.0 news: Today’s updates | Delhi News

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As the Central and state governments allow phase-wise relaxation in curbs to get the life up and running again following over two months of lockdown to prevent the spread of Covid-19, we bring you the latest updates from Delhi.
*The North Delhi Municipal Corporation has decided to provide a maximum of 200 beds for Covid patients at Hindu Rao Hospital’s emergency building.
* Update at 9.59am: India registers 18,522 new Covid-19 cases, 418 fatalities; tally rises to 5,66,840 and death toll reaches 16,893, Union health ministry
*Despite the entire country being under lockdown, fraudsters seemed to have a field day as the number of cybercrime complaints tripled during this period. Data released by Delhi Police showed that 3,430 complaints were received in May compared with 1,260 in January.
*Opposing a contempt plea filed for its alleged failure in handling the Covid-19 situation, the AAP government has told Delhi high court it is facing manpower shortage after losing four doctors to Covid-19 along with infection of thousands of healthcare professionals.
*Following reports of people scouting around for convalescent plasma for their friends and family members infected with the novel coronavirus, Delhi government has decided to help them by opening a plasma bank.
*Data from 10 major public and private Covid care hospitals in the city shows that more than 2,109 healthcare workers have contracted Covid-19, and at least 18, including one mohalla clinic doctor, have died.
*Delhi’s Covid count crossed the 85,000 mark with 2,084 more people testing positive for the infection on Monday. The death toll touched 2,680, authorities claimed.
*On May 24, when Delhi government ordered that all private hospitals with 50 or more beds would have to reserve 20% of their beds for Covid-19 patients, Dr Pankaj Solanki who runs a 50-bed hospital in Rohini called his staff and told them about it.



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