Three new hospitals ready to deal with the third wave of Corona – Three new hospitals ready to deal with the third wave of Corona

Ambedkar Nagar The district administration has intensified the preparations necessary to deal with the third wave of Corona. A 30-bed covid hospital has been established in three maternal infant wings in the district, as per government guidelines. It is increased to 50-50 beds if necessary. In order to ensure the necessary preparations in the new Kovid Hospital, District Judge Samuel Paul N gave the responsibility the necessary guidelines. He reached Nagpur CHC on Tuesday and took stock of the new Kovid Hospital. As he headed the responsibilities, he said that all necessary preparations should be completed on time. There should be no carelessness.
The administration has stepped up preparations to prevent the corona from spreading and to deal with a possible third wave. The district currently operates four covid hospitals. There are 300 beds in the Government Medical College Saddarpur, 40 beds in the District Hospital, 168 beds in the Mother Infant Wing Tanda and 30 beds in the Mother Baby Wing Jalalpur.
Corona infections are treated smoothly in these hospitals. Meanwhile, in light of the possible third wave of the covid epidemic, a new 30-bed covid hospital has been set up in three maternal infant wings in the district. Kovid hospitals have been set up here with 30 beds in the Bheeti mother and baby wing, 30 beds in the Bhiyava mother and baby wing and 30 beds in the Tanda mother and baby wing. All the necessary preparations have been made in these hospitals.
CMO Dr. Ashok Kumar announced that in view of the possible third wave of Corona, three new covid hospitals with 30 beds each have been set up. If necessary, the number of beds can be increased to 50. In the meantime, the DM visited the newly built Kovid Hospital in the Mother Shishu Wing on the CHC campus in Nagpur. He directed the accountants to ensure that all necessary preparations are completed on time. Warning: If any type of negligence is revealed, strict action will be taken against those affected after the investigation.

Ambedkar Nagar The district administration has intensified the preparations necessary to deal with the third wave of Corona. A 30-bed covid hospital has been established in three maternal infant wings in the district, as per government guidelines. It is increased to 50-50 beds if necessary. In order to ensure the necessary preparations in the new Kovid Hospital, District Judge Samuel Paul N gave the responsibility the necessary guidelines. He reached Nagpur CHC on Tuesday and took stock of the new Kovid Hospital. As he headed the responsibilities, he said that all necessary preparations should be completed on time. There should be no carelessness.

The administration has stepped up preparations to prevent the corona from spreading and to deal with a possible third wave. The district currently operates four covid hospitals. There are 300 beds in the Government Medical College Saddarpur, 40 beds in the District Hospital, 168 beds in the Mother Infant Wing Tanda and 30 beds in the Mother Baby Wing Jalalpur.

Corona infections are treated smoothly in these hospitals. In light of the possible third wave of the covid epidemic, a new covid hospital with 30 to 30 beds has been established in three maternal infant wings in the district. In this case, covid hospitals were set up with 30 beds in the maternal infant wing Bheeti, 30 beds in the maternal infant wing Bhiyanva and 30 beds in the maternal infant wing Tanda. All the necessary preparations have been made in these hospitals.

CMO Dr. Ashok Kumar announced that in view of the possible third wave of Corona, three new covid hospitals with 30 beds each have been set up. If necessary, the number of beds can be increased to 50. In the meantime, the DM visited the newly built Kovid Hospital in the Mother Shishu Wing on the CHC campus in Nagpur. He directed the accountants to ensure that all necessary preparations are completed on time. Warning: If any type of negligence is revealed, strict action will be taken against those affected after the investigation.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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