DC urges pvt hospitals to double number of beds

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DW BUREAU Deputy Commissioner Varinder Kumar Sharma today made an emotive appeal to private hospitals to double the number of beds in their premises. Interacting with the representatives of all prominent private hospitals of the district through video conferencing today, the Deputy Commissioner urged them to listen to their conscience while taking any decisions as people have high hopes from all of us. However, the Deputy Commissioner also assured the residents that there was no shortage of oxygen in the district, so there was no need to panic. The Deputy Commissioner said that ever since the Covid-19 pandemic shook us all, the doctors have always remained at the forefront in protecting the patients. He urged the management of private hospitals to double the existing number of their beds earmarked for Covid-19 patients. He said that it is a war like situation and private hospitals should expand their bed capacity to the maximum, so that no patient is left without a bed. He also urged the residents to follow all Covid-19 related guidelines in the interest of society. He said that if people wear masks, maintain social distancing and hand hygiene, they would not fall sick, hence the need for beds would not arise in the first place. The hospital managements assured the deputy commissioner that they would be increasing their bed capacity to the fullest. The Deputy Commissioner said that there is an immediate need to increase the bed capacity to deal with the second wave by ensuring quality treatment to the patients and reducing mortality. He said that the bed capacity must be increased immediately as it was earlier to ensure every patient gets bed and best possible care. In his appeal to the hospitals, the Deputy Commissioner said every single life is precious and that the hospitals should ensure no person entering their premises dies due to lack of treatment. (editor@dailyworld.in)




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