India's Biggest Isolation Facility Planned At Seven-Hills
The Free Press Journal - Mumbai|April 02, 2020
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India's Biggest Isolation Facility Planned At Seven-Hills
Taking into consideration the increasing number of coronavirus cases in the city, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) and the state government are now planning to set up the biggest isolation ward in India in Mumbai.
Swapnil Mishra

This biggest isolation ward will be at the Seven-Hills Hospital, Marol, and have 1,500 beds. Currently, the hospital has 350 quarantine beds and an extra 100 isolation beds.

“The government is trying to concentrate on centres, rather than setting up such facilities in different hospitals, as doing the latter carries the risk of further spreading the virus to patients being treated for other ailments,” said an official.


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April 02, 2020