The 185-bed furnished Kovid Health Center at Dombivli’s Sanvalaram Sports Complex will be operational from tomorrow. Palava News


Dombivali, 6 July:
Against the backdrop of the increasing number of Corona patients, a well-equipped dedicated health center at Dombivli’s Sanvalaram Sports Complex will be operational from tomorrow. MP Dr. Shrikant Shinde, Mayor Vinita Rane and Municipal Commissioner Drs. Vijay Suryavanshi gave this information after inspecting this place today.

Given the increasing number of corona patients in the municipal area, the picture is that there are fewer beds and more patients. At Shastrinagar Hospital, patients were being treated on the verandah. On the other hand, for the last few days a dedicated Kovid Health Center with 30-bed ICU and 155 oxygen beds has been running at Savlaram Sports Complex.

W.H.B. W. Late Savlaram Sports Complex. Surendra Bajpayee closed the sports stadium at around 14 thousand bollabuses. Dedicated Kovid Health Center with 155 beds of oxygen and 30 beds ICU with all facilities in the fitted space starting tomorrow and will also be equipped with 10 ventilators and 15 bypasses. It was reported that there is a facility to give rest and inauguration of music has also been arranged to reduce the stress of patients.

Similarly, like the Sawalram Sports Complex at Lalchoveki at Kalyan and Asara School, Dombivali Gymkhana, Tennis Court Hall, Art Gallery, the Municipal Corporation is providing 1000 beds for Kovid patients. Here is Shrikant Shinde.

Meanwhile, in view of the heavy strain on Shastri Nagar Hospital, this dedicated Kovid Health Center was demanded to be started immediately at Savlaram Sports Complex. After the operation of this center from tomorrow, citizens will be helped to avoid inconvenience. Vijay Suryavanshi said. Currently, the number of cases has also increased due to increased testing in Kalyan Dombivali. But he also appealed to people not to panic.

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