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Covid Care Center in Jabalpur: Rs. 36 lakh for operation of 400-bed D-Mart Covid Care Center being prepared in Jabalpur
Jabalpur, Naiduniya Representative. Another Rs 36 lakhs were received in the second installment on Sunday for the operation of the 400-bed De Mart Covid Care Center, which is being built in the city for the prevention of corona infection and the rescue of citizens. In the positive meeting held on Sunday at the residence of MP Rakesh Singh, the hospital’s hospital operator and other donors gave financial support.
Sasand calls for cooperation: At the meeting, MP Rakesh Singh called for cooperation from all sections of people for the construction and operation of the Kovid Center. Because it is a service to the suffering humanity and with such cooperation the people have told that Jabalpur is always ready to face every difficulty. Recently, there was a call for cooperation from social workers, as a result of which 60 lakh rupees were collected. The meeting said that people should come forward without any hesitation to manage and operate the Kovid Care Center in D-Mart located in Madhotala region and participate in the service of the suffering humanity by collaborating with the District Red Cross Society. The negativity that is going on in relation to hospitals in the Kovid period and is ended by positive initiatives. The MP also emphasized that if the situation of a patient shifts to emergency, then the hospital operators should also ensure the availability of beds in their hospitals. During the meeting, MLA Sushil Indu Tiwari, MLA Ashok Rohani said that it has been a tradition of Jabalpur that we have all fought and won with lust and feel that with the cooperation of all, we feel that we will fight and win together from Corona.
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He gave financial assistance: During the meeting, Sarabjit Mokha and Rajesh Dhiravani provided a check of Rs 11-11 lakh to Collector Karmaveer Sharma, while the Director of Life Medicity asked to give Rs 11 lakh and the Director of Marble City to give Rs 3 lakh. In the meeting, financial support, human resources, management, medicines and necessary treatment were discussed in the Covid Care Center.
Patients with less symptoms will be treated: It is noteworthy that in this center, patients with less symptoms of Kovid and asymptomatic Kovid will be treated, in which paramedical nursing staff of private college and hospital along with physicians will also contribute.