Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal today announced that government will provide pulse oximeter, which is used to monitor amount of oxygen carried in the body, to all home quarantine cases. "Every district will have oxygen concentrators...we'll have a helpline and our team will come to your home to provide you with oxygen and if needed you’ll be hospitalised," he added.
Delhi will conduct serological survey from June 27 to July 10, in which sample testing of 20,000 people will be carried out. "This will help in comprehensive assessment of the spread of [coronavirus] infection in Delhi and will help draw up a comprehensive strategy," a government press release said. Delhi has reported 59,746 coronavirus cases so far.