Sarnaik inspecting Dedicated COVID Health Centres
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CM Uddhav Thackeray will e-inaugurate 366-bed Dedicated COVID Health Centres on Monday

With all the necessary equipped facilities, a 366-bed Dedicated COVID Health Centres (DCHC) in Mira Bhayandar will be e-inaugurated by the Chief Minister of Maharashtra Uddhav Thackeray on Monday. The DCHCs constructed with the help of the state government and MHADA. Nevertheless, the continuous follow up of Shiv Sena MLA Pratap Sarnaik has played an important role in it.

The Dedicated COVID Health Centre will be dedicated to the citizen of Mira Bhayandar from Monday onwards. Significantly, there will be free COVID-19 treatment done in these facilities, informed MLA Pratap Sarnaik.

The centres will be inaugurated by Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray on August 03 at 1 pm through video conferencing.

These DCHCs are need of the hour as the prevalence of Corona infection spreading day by day. Significantly, Sarnaik in his letter dated May 25 asked the facilities for Mira Bhayandar citizens in the parlance with the BKC’s COVID facilities.

Maharashtra CM had immediately sanctioned the Dedicated COVID Health Centres for Mira Bhayandar. After that, Sarnaik followed up with all the concerned officials like State Government, MHADA, Municipal Corporation and set up a Dedicated COVID Health Centres in Mira Bhayandar. On Monday, MHADA will hand over both the DCHCs to Mira Bhayandar Municipal Corporation (MBMC).

The Late Pramod Mahajan Hall will have 206 beds while Late Meenatai Thackeray Community Hall will accommodate 160 patients.

Both the COVID Care Centres are well equipped with necessary facilities. All the beds are attached to oxygen services. There are four ICU beds with ventilators in both the centres.

The latest additions will take the capacity of beds in the public and private DCHC’s and dedicated COVID-19 hospitals (DCH) to 913. However, this is apart from a total of 1,496 beds at the two COVID-19 care centres (CCC).