Opd of the hospital started, people came for treatment

People reached treatment when OPD started at Gyanpur District Hospital. conversation
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Gyanpur. In order to interrupt the corona infection chain, the opodi of closed state hospitals began for about a month and a half. There was a rush of patients in that sequence when the OPD opened on Friday. The situation became such that it took the patients hours to cut the pieces of paper.
On the first day, about 325 people reached the OPD of the Maharaja Chet Singh District Hospital for treatment. After the corona curfew, the OPDs of the CHC-PHC, including the district hospital, opened on Friday. With the influx of patients on the first day, hospital staff were vigilant to maintain social distancing. But after ten o’clock, as the crowd increased, all exercise came to a standstill. In the OPD in the district hospital there was a huge rush in the morning. At the same time, the CHC and PHC located in the district shone in splendor after months. On the first day of OPD opening at Maharaja Chet Singh District Hospital, there were 302 OPDs while 23 emergency patients arrived for treatment. Since the OPD did not start, patients with serious illnesses faced all sorts of problems. The risk of corona infection is highest in hospitals. In such a situation, OPDs in hospitals were closed. This made it difficult for serious patients. Patients with blood pressure, sugar, and other serious illnesses, in particular, struggled with regular medicine and treatment. The closure of OPD hit the poorest hardest. Patients suffering from serious illnesses had to hike for better treatment. CMS Dr. SP Singh of Maharaja Chetsingh District Hospital said OPD has started following the corona policy. About 325 patients came for treatment. People reaching the hospital have been asked to adhere to the corona policy.

Gyanpur. In order to interrupt the corona infection chain, the opodi of closed state hospitals began for about a month and a half. There was a rush of patients in that sequence when the OPD opened on Friday. The situation became such that it took the patients hours to cut the pieces of paper.

On the first day, about 325 people reached the OPD of the Maharaja Chet Singh District Hospital for treatment. After the corona curfew, the OPDs of the CHC-PHC, including the district hospital, opened on Friday. With the influx of patients on the first day, hospital staff were vigilant to maintain social distancing. But after ten o’clock, as the crowd increased, all exercise came to a standstill. In the OPD in the district hospital there was a huge rush in the morning. At the same time, the CHC and PHC located in the district shone in splendor after months. On the first day of OPD opening at Maharaja Chet Singh District Hospital, there were 302 OPDs while 23 emergency patients arrived for treatment. Since the OPD did not start, patients with serious illnesses faced many problems. The risk of corona infection is highest in hospitals. In such a situation, OPDs in hospitals were closed. This made it difficult for serious patients. Patients with blood pressure, sugar, and other serious illnesses, in particular, struggled with regular medicine and treatment. The closure of OPD hit the poorest hardest. Patients suffering from serious illnesses had to hike for better treatment. CMS Dr. SP Singh of Maharaja Chetsingh District Hospital said OPD has started following the corona policy. About 325 patients came for treatment. People reaching the hospital have been asked to adhere to the corona policy.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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