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Covid-19: Maharashtra govt builds first of its kind 1000 bed hospital with 200 ICU bed in 15 days

The first open hospital in the Country has been created in a fortnight by the MMRDA at the BKC. This 1,000 bed jumbo facility includes a 200 bed ICU.

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Maharashtra chief minister Uddhav Thackeray on Monday announced that the state government has created  Jumbo facilities in Mumbai for treating COVID patients. The first open hospital in the Country has been created in a fortnight by the MMRDA at the BKC. This 1,000 bed jumbo facility includes a 200 bed ICU.

Chief Minister said that the work on a 600 bed Corona care centre at Mahalaxmi is underway on a war-footing. This includes a ward with 125 ICU beds. Those with moderate symptoms of Covid 19 will be housed here. A 535 bed jumbo facility at NESCO, Goregaon is available for Corona patients.

COVID care centres and dedicated COVID hospitals are being created at the Racecourse, Dahisar, Goregaon, Mulund with over 7,000 beds in two weeks. By May 31, a total of 2,475 beds at NSCI Worli, Mahalaxmi, Bandra, NESCO, Goregaon, will be made available.

Services of hospitals having minimum of 100 beds and 20 ICU beds have been requisitioned in every ward. A 30,000 bed Covid care centre for those patients who do not have the capacity for self-isolation has been created.

Meanwhile, A day after it became the first state in the country to cross the 50,000-mark and also registered its highest single-day spike, Maharashtra on Monday recorded 2,436 new cases, taking the state’s overall COVID-19 count to 52,667.

Maharashtra also witnessed 60 deaths today and 1,186 patients were discharged. Thus, a total of 15,786 patients have been discharged thus far and 1,695 lives have been lost; both these figures are included in the western state’s overall coronavirus tally.

State capital Mumbai, the worst-affected city in the country, today recorded 1,430 new cases and 38 deaths. The financial capital’s overall numbers thus far are 31,789, including 1,026 casualties.

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