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Asymptomatic patients with no home isolation facilities to be kept in MP’s largest Covid Care Center in Indore

In Madhya Pradesh, the state’s largest Covid Care Center is developed at the Radha Soami Satsang Beas Ashram located on Khandwa Road in Indore. Less symptomatic / asymptomatic patients  who do not have home isolation facilities in their home or patients whose health status needs to be regularly monitored, will be kept here.

This state-of-the-art Covid Care Center built with public support is being started with 600 beds. An action plan to increase its beds capacity to 6000 has also been made.

Four major hospitals of Indore, Medanta Hospital, Bombay Hospital, Choithram Hospital and Rajshree Apollo Hospital have been entrusted with the responsibility of supervision of the center. The medical staff of these hospitals will provide medical facilities at the center.

Member of the State level Covid Advisory Committee, Dr. Nishant Khare said that the entire arrangements of the Covid Care Center have been made through public support.

Collector Indore Manish Singh informed that two oxygen plants costing more than Rs two crore are being built with public participation in this covid centre.

The responsibility of the Health Department in Covid Care Center has been assigned to Dr. Amit Malakar and Dr. Anil Dongre, Medical Officer of CMHO office. SDM Shri Ravi Singh, has been appointed administrative head of Covid Care Center, who will supervise all the arrangements.

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