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India deploys makeshift hospitals on temple grounds

11.05.2021 45 просмотров

New Delhi has increased its purchases of the vaccine.


A makeshift hospital has been opened at the Gurdwara Sikh Temple Rakab Ganj Sahib in New Delhi to receive patients COVID-19. Built in the eighteenth century, the building is spacious enough to accommodate four hundred beds.

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Manjinder Singh Sirsa, President, Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Committee:

a full range of services, except for resuscitation. If necessary, the patient will be quickly transferred from our center to the inpatient hospital to the intensive care unit. "

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The Government of India is doing everything possible to cope with the coronavirus epidemic raging in the country. At present, contracts have been signed for the purchase of 30 million individual doses of the vaccine, additional oxygen stations have been created to recharge the cylinders needed by seriously ill patients with COVID-19. In total, more than 22 and a half million people have been infected in India since the beginning of the epidemic; more than 246 thousand died.

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