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Himachal Pradesh / Una : Corona curfew reduced infection, ready for third wave: Virendra Kanwar

Rural Development and Panchayati Raj Minister inspects Make Shift Hospital Pandoga

Rural Development, Panchayati Raj, Agriculture, Fisheries and Animal Husbandry Minister Virendra Kanwar today inspected the Make Shift Hospital being constructed for the treatment of Corona patients. He said that this is a difficult period of global epidemic and the state government is seriously emphasizing on providing facilities for patients. Under the leadership of Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur, emphasis is being laid on increasing bed capacity with the construction of dedicated COVID Hospitals, Make Shift Hospitals in the state. There is no shortage of medicines, oxygen and beds as well as other equipment in the state.

Virendra Kanwar said that COVID-19 infected patients have increased in the district Una in the past days and the district administration is making efforts to put extra beds with seriousness on Una. Within a week at Make Shift Hospital Pandoga, 180 beds will be available for Corona infected. Earlier, a make shift hospital has also been constructed in Palakwah, where 86 beds are located.

The Rural Development and Panchayati Raj Minister said that the Corona curfew has been imposed in the state to curb the corona, which has yielded positive results. Corona infection has decreased, but it is still necessary to follow the COVID protocol. Negligence can again take a dangerous form as experts are also warning of a third wave. In such a situation, the state government is also preparing to deal with it. He said that the general public will also have to cooperate to avoid corona. Kanwar said that all should follow the guidelines being issued to avoid COVID virus. Do not get out of the house unnecessarily. Use a mask and sanitizer.

District Collector Una Raghav Sharma, CMO Dr. Raman Kumar Sharma and other officials were present on the occasion.