Union Home Minister Amit Shah has said Delhi will be given 500 railway coaches to address the shortage of beds for coronavirus patients. Among a series of measures, it will also receive central help to increase the number of tests conducted, he posted in multiple tweets after a meeting with Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal today. The meeting, where Union Health Minister Harsh Vardhan was also present, took place a couple of days after the Supreme Court pulled up Delhi and several other states over their handling of the pandemic. The national capital has logged nearly 38,000 cases so far. Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia has said that going by the current doubling rate in the city, 5.5 lakh cases and over 80,000 hospital beds are expected by the end of July, for which Delhi is not adequately prepared.