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    75 bed Covid Care Centre started inside Vrajdham Adhyatmik Sankul in Manjalpur area of Vadodara

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    Religious organisations are now coming forward and extending their help to the local administration in fight against the corona pandemic. A 75 bed Covid Care Centre was inagurated inside Vrajdham Adhyatmik Sankul in Manjalpur area to provide primary treatment to the patients.

    The facility was inagurated by BJP state president C.R. Patil and Vaishnavacharya Vrajrajkumarji. The Covid Care Centre has 75 beds facility and provide primary treatment to the patients. If need arise the facility will increase to 100 beds. The centre is raised at the guest hall taking in consideration about the safety of devotees.

    “The facility is raised for the home quarantine patients who visit hospitals in search of beds and for those who don’t have enough space at home for isolation. Here they can get primary treatment and we provide one doctor, two nurses and help per 10 patients. We also will provide 250 oxygen machines to home quarantine patients all across Gujarat and kept 25 to 50 such facility for Vadodara. I request everyone to come forward for help and support the government rather than to critise,” said Vrajrajkumarji.

    Gujarat BJP president C.R. Patil also praised the religious groups for their support in this challenging time and provide every facilities to the covid patients. About lockdown in Gujarat he said, the government is working tirelessly to raise facilities all across the state. BJP team is also working on to raise covid care centres and target to open around 10,000 such facilities in next 10 days. So he feel there is no need for lockdown in Gujarat.

    About availability of Remedisivir injections in Gujarat, he said, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has taken a important step to stop the export of the injection. Secondly if the new production be released soon then the situation will be improved.

    For oxygen supply Patil said, the government is working on to provide uninterrupted supply of oxygen to hospitals. Old closed plants are revived and also many social organisations and groups are coming forward to provide oxygen to treatment facilities and patients recovering at home.

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