The two temporary hospitals will be established in the Murshidabad of West Bengal with 250 beds. These temporary hospitals are prepared with the help of the PM Cares Fund.
Apart from it, The Prime Minister’s Office has confirmed that two temporary hospitals for the Covid with 250 beds will be set up in the West Bengal state on Wednesday. The total expenditure required for the establishment of these two temporary Covid Hospitals is Rs 41.62 Crore.
Recently, on Monday, the West Bengal health bulletin revealed about 3000 new COVID-19 cases. It is amid the second wave of the pandemic. Earlier this week, 3,519 masses had tested positive because of the novel Coronavirus. On the other hand, when it is a matter of death, it reported 78 deaths. With the 78 deaths, the figure of the coronavirus death toll has reached 16,974.
As per the report mentioned by the news agency PTI, the expenditure has been allocated from the PM cares fund. For the establishment of two to 250 bedded Covid-19 hospitals, the state government, and MoHFW, the government of India will offer the infrastructural support. The term MoHFW is defined as the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare.
In addition to it, in the case of recuperating, the total figure is 14,28,881 patients. In these testing times, more than 2,171 masses were recovered from this dangerous Coronavirus, according to the report from the agency. The main reason behind making these two hospitals is to manage the situation of Covid-19.
The Prime Minister’s Citizen Assistance and Relief in Emergency Situations (PM CARES) Fund Trust, in its endeavor for supporting the augmentation of health infrastructure, has also helped establish COVID Hospitals in Bihar, Delhi, Jammu, and Srinagar.