In the lockdown, the Delhi police is looking to help people in every way. Police have already rushed several pregnant women to hospitals. Another such case has come up from Delhi now. When the pregnant woman called the police helpline number and asked for help, a police constable admitted her to the hospital. The woman gave birth to her son.
Now the woman named her newborn son in the name of police constable Dayavir Singh. Police Constable Dayavir Singh is very happy to receive the news. He said, “I’m glad I could help them in difficult times. I feel very honored.”
The Delhi High Court has asked the Centre and the Delhi government on a plea to ensure that pregnant women living in hotspots do not face any kind of problems.
Strategy for pregnant women in hotspots
The Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) has released a strategy to check pregnant women in districts most affected by coronavirus. The ICMR said that pregnant women living in any part of the district affected by corona virus infection or in an area with a plethora of infections, who are in labor pains or are going to give birth to a child in the next five days, should check the infection even if they do not show any symptoms.
He said that women should not be sent to a place where there is no check facility. ICMR said, “Screening of pregnant women should be based on ICMR investigation strategy.”