There were no vaccines left for the city's homeless.
In the meantime, however, the shelter homes and the isolation centres set up by DUSIB are providing basic care to the homeless.
Bipin Rai, a member of DUSIB, said the reason behind opening isolation wards was to ensure the safety of homeless people.
DUSIB has also been providing three meals a day so that no homeless person chooses to leave the homes.
According to DUSIB data, there are more than 320 shelter homes in Delhi which include permanent ones, portacabins and tents and it can accommodate over 19,000 people.
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