Police Line Guest Ward Covid Ward – Mini-covid hospital in the Police Line guest house

Police Superintendent Pramod Kumar inspects the mini-covid hospital built on the police line.
– Photo: LALITPUR

Lalitpur Due to the increasing number of corona-positive patients in the district, the availability of beds in Kovid hospitals is also continuously decreasing. In view of this, a mini-Covid hospital was built in the guest house on the premises of the police line at the direction of the police superintendent. In addition to beds, electricity, water and oxygen were also provided for the patients.
The number of corona patients in the district is steadily increasing. The current number of active patients in District is 2864. Most of these corona positive patients are treated in residential associations, and more severe patients are admitted to covid hospitals. In such a situation, most covid hospitals reach so many patients every day that the availability of beds in the hospitals can also be difficult in the near future. In such a situation, police superintendent Pramod Kumar set up a mini-Covid hospital in the guest house on the police line to help corona infected patients, which currently has a seven-bed facility. In addition to electricity, water and toilets, the patients were also provided with oxygen. At the same time, particular attention is paid to cleanliness so that the patients do not have any problems. This mini covid-19 hospital, being prepared on the police line, was inspected by the police superintendent on Sunday and provided the necessary guidelines regarding the facilities made available to the patients available at the hospital.
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A mini-covid hospital with seven beds was built on the police line. Patients are admitted under the supervision of the health department. The hospital currently only has seven beds, but is still being expanded. Anyone other than the police staff’s family can come to this hospital.
Pramod Kumar, Superintendent of Police, Lalitpur.

Lalitpur Due to the increasing number of corona-positive patients in the district, the availability of beds in Kovid hospitals is also continuously decreasing. In view of this, a mini-Covid hospital was built in the guest house on the premises of the police line at the direction of the police superintendent. In addition to beds, electricity, water and oxygen were also provided for the patients.

The number of corona patients in the district is steadily increasing. Currently, the number of active patients in District is 2864. Most of these corona positive patients are treated in residential associations, and more severe patients are admitted to covid hospitals. In such a situation, most covid hospitals reach so many patients every day that the availability of beds in the hospitals may be difficult for the patients in the period to come. In such a situation, police superintendent Pramod Kumar built a mini Covid hospital in the guest house on the police line to help corona infected patients, which currently has seven beds. In addition to electricity, water and toilets, the patients were also provided with oxygen. At the same time, particular attention is paid to cleanliness so that the patients do not have any problems. This mini-covid-19 hospital being prepared on the police line was inspected by the police superintendent on Sunday and provided the necessary guidance on the facilities made available to the patients available at the hospital.

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A mini-covid hospital with seven beds was built on the police line. Patients are admitted under the supervision of the health department. The hospital currently only has seven beds, but is still being expanded. Anyone other than the police personnel’s family can come to this hospital.

Pramod Kumar, Superintendent of Police, Lalitpur.

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