Bulandshahr News – Two more covid hospitals in Bulandshahr, number of beds increased

Two more Kovid hospitals in Bulandshahr, number of beds increased
Bulandshahr The number of corona infections in the district where it is steadily increasing. At the same time, with the increase in the number of covid hospitals by the health department, the number of beds has also increased. Corona infected people can be treated in 11 districts of the district. At the same time, department heads are trying to connect other private hospitals to Kovid-19. As of Monday, facilities for covid patients were set up in 40-40 beds in Vijayashree, Saina and Yash Raj Hospital in Secunderabad. There are currently 1,228 beds in nine L-2K and two L-1 hospitals in the district. At the same time, covid patients will not receive empty beds for admission even after the beds have been raised and the hospital.
Since April, the number of corona infected in the district has been increasing day by day due to the second wave of corona infections. Corona infection was confirmed two days ago in the highest number of 549 people in a single day. Thereafter, by Sunday, 2,863 active patients were treated in various Kovid-19 hospitals, including home isolation. As the number of active patients increased, the county government and health department also began increasing the number of beds, oxygen beds and ventilators, etc., as well as the number of covid hospitals. Dr. Sachin Bhati, who is on the surveillance team, said the total number of beds in the district’s Kovid hospitals has now increased to 1,228. There is oxygen in 485 beds and a ventilator in 45 beds. CMO Dr. Bhavatosh Shankhadhar announced that there are currently nine L-2K and two L-1 hospitals operating in the district. All the arrangements at Kovid Hospital are in place and the bed is empty too. Of a total of 1,228 beds, 485 have oxygen and 45 have ventilators.
Efforts are being made to add more hospitals
The deputy CMO Dr. Balraj said the district currently has 445 of 628 beds in nine L-2 hospitals and 445 of oxygen and ventilators in 45. It has a government and the remaining eight private hospitals. At the same time, 40 of the 600 beds in two L-1 hospitals are supplied with oxygen. Of these, 100 beds are reserved for prisoners in the district prison. Private hospitals with oxygen and ventilation systems will soon also be connected to the Kovid-19 hospital. For this purpose, private hospitals are constantly approached.
That was the situation until Sunday
As of Sunday, there were 1,188 beds in eight L-2 and two L-1 hospitals in the district. Only 498 patients were admitted to all of these covid hospitals. The rest of the beds were empty of non-oxygenated beds. A total of 391 were admitted in 465 oxygen beds, 131 in 134 intensive care beds and 38 in 43 ventilation beds.

Two more Kovid hospitals in Bulandshahr, number of beds increased

Bulandshahr The number of corona infections in the district where it is steadily increasing. At the same time, with the increase in the number of covid hospitals by the health department, the number of beds has also increased. Corona infected people can be treated in 11 districts of the district. At the same time, department heads are trying to connect other private hospitals to Kovid-19. As of Monday, facilities for covid patients were set up in 40-40 beds in Vijayashree, Saina and Yash Raj Hospital in Secunderabad. There are currently 1,228 beds in nine L-2K and two L-1 hospitals in the district. At the same time, covid patients will not receive empty beds for admission even after the beds have been raised and the hospital.

Since April, the number of corona infected in the district has been increasing day by day due to the second wave of corona infections. Corona infection was confirmed two days ago in the highest number of 549 people in a single day. Thereafter, by Sunday, 2,863 active patients were treated in various Kovid-19 hospitals, including home isolation. As the number of active patients increased, the county government and health department also began increasing the number of beds, oxygen beds and ventilators, etc., as well as the number of covid hospitals. Dr. Sachin Bhati, who is on the surveillance team, said the total number of beds in the district’s Kovid hospitals has now increased to 1,228. There is oxygen in 485 beds and a fan in 45 beds. CMO Dr. Bhavatosh Shankhadhar announced that there are currently nine L-2K and two L-1 hospitals operating in the district. All the arrangements at Kovid Hospital are in place and the bed is empty too. Of a total of 1,228 beds, 485 have oxygen and 45 have ventilators.

Efforts are being made to add more hospitals

The deputy CMO Dr. Balraj said the district currently has 445 of 628 beds in nine L-2 hospitals and 445 of oxygen and ventilators in 45. It has a government and the remaining eight private hospitals. At the same time, 40 of the 600 beds in two L-1 hospitals are supplied with oxygen. Of these, 100 beds are reserved for prisoners in the district prison. Private hospitals with oxygen and ventilation systems will soon also be connected to the Kovid-19 hospital. For this purpose, private hospitals are constantly approached.

That was the situation until Sunday

As of Sunday, there were 1,188 beds in eight L-2 and two L-1 hospitals in the district. Only 498 patients were admitted to all of these covid hospitals. The rest of the beds were empty of non-oxygenated beds. A total of 391 were admitted in 465 oxygen beds, 131 in 134 intensive care beds and 38 in 43 ventilation beds.

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