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Delhi govt directs private hospitals to reserve 20% of total capacity for Covid-19 patients




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New Delhi: As the Coronavirus instances proceed to mount within the nationwide capital, the Delhi authorities right this moment reached out to the private hospitals for making beds accessible for Covid-19 patients.

The Delhi Health M inister right this moment directed private hospitals with a capacity of 50 beds or extra to reserve 20% of their total mattress power for coronavirus patients. A total of 10 private hospitals have been declared as COVID-19 devoted hospitals for admitting confirmed/ suspected instances of coronavirus on cost foundation.

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“It has been found that in the recent past the majority of beds earmarked for COVID-19 patients in the dedicated private hospitals are occupied at any given time. Therefore, there is a need to increase the number of beds dedicated for COVID-19 patients in the private hospitals in the city,” an order of Delhi govt stated.

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“The Delhi govt felt an imperative need to increase the no. of beds, dedicated to COVID19 patients. Hence, all 117 pvt hospitals/nursing homes with a capacity of 50 beds or more, have been directed to reserve 20% of their total bed strength for COVID19 patients,” Jain tweeted.

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These 117 private hospitals shall invoice the COVID-19 patients as per their respective schedule of costs, the order stated.

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