Aligarh: 100 beds in Deendayal and 50 beds in Deendayal Medical College

Newspaper stand, Amar Ujala, Aligarh
Local administration took action after CM Yogi instructed Adityanath to increase resources and begin preparations for the possible third wave of Corona. Preparations have been made to build a 100-bed pediatric intensive care unit at the AMU’s JN Medical College and a 50-bed unit at the Kovid Dedicated Deendayal Joint Hospital.
Divisional Commissioner Gaurav Dayal said preparations will be started by following the CM’s instructions. Vice Chancellor Prof. AMU creates an intensive care unit for children with 100 beds at JN Medical College. Tariq Mansoor and Director Shahid Siddiqui from JN Medical College take the initiative. While an intensive care unit for children with 50 beds is being built at Deendayal Joint Hospital under the supervision of the local district administration, so that children can be protected from any type of infection.
The Mandalayukta said the number of phone lines in the Kovid command centers in all districts of Mandal is being checked. These are expanded as required by the local district administration. So that people get their requested information instantly over the phone. You can get help right away. All district judges are urgently working on it. Depending on the requirements, the number of these telephone lines is increased from 3-4 to eight to ten. So that, according to the population, every effort can be made to listen to every thing.

Newspaper stand, Amar Ujala, Aligarh

Local administration took action after CM Yogi instructed Adityanath to increase resources and begin preparations for the possible third wave of Corona. Preparations have been made to build a 100-bed pediatric intensive care unit at the AMU’s JN Medical College and a 50-bed unit at the Kovid Dedicated Deendayal Joint Hospital.

Divisional Commissioner Gaurav Dayal said preparations will be started by following the CM’s instructions. Vice Chancellor Prof. AMU creates an intensive care unit for children with 100 beds at JN Medical College. Tariq Mansoor and Director Shahid Siddiqui from JN Medical College take the initiative. While an intensive care unit for children with 50 beds is being built at Deendayal Joint Hospital under the supervision of the local district administration, so that children can be protected from any type of infection.

The Mandalayukta said the number of phone lines in the Kovid command centers in all districts of Mandal is being checked. These are expanded as required by the local district administration. So that people get their requested information instantly over the phone. You can get help right away. All district judges are urgently working on it. Depending on the requirements, the number of these telephone lines is increased from 3-4 to eight to ten. So that, according to the population, every effort can be made to listen to every thing.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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