As many as 45 doctors and 160 paramedics of the paramilitary forces have arrived in Delhi for deployment on COVID19 duties while the Railways will make available coaches with 800 beds at a station here to be used as COVID carecumisolation facilities, the MHA said on Wednesday. The Union Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) also said that the Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) is going to add 250 additional ICU beds to the existing 250 ICU beds in addition to creating 35 BIPAP beds in the next 3 to 4 days at its COVID19 hospital near the Delhi airport. The actions come in the wake of 12 decisions taken at a highlevel meeting chaired by Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Sunday. Delhi has witnessed a spurt in coronavirus cases since October 28 when the daily rise breached the 5,000mark for the first time and it crossed the 8,000mark on November 11. Fortyfive doctors and 160 paramedics from paramilitary forces have arrived in Delhi for deployment at DRDO hospital near Delhi airport and at a COVID care centre at Chhatarpur, a home ministry spokesperson said. Remaining doctors and medics will reach Delhi in the next few days, the official said.