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Indian Army opens Covid hospital in Chandigarh

The Fact News Service
Chandigarh, May 10
A 100-bed Covid Hospital run by the Western Command of the Indian Army has been started at Chandigarh. Administrator and Governor of Punjab VP Singh Badnore along with Lieutenant General RP Singh of Western Command were also present on the occasion. At the request of the Chandigarh administration, the Western Command of the Indian Army has started this hospital run by its medical team at the Punjab University International Hostel. The hospital is equipped with Level 1 and Level 2 patients and has 100 oxygen beds. At the request of the Chandigarh administration, the Indian Army has built a 100-bed Covid Hospital in just one week and dedicated it to the general public. This hospital will keep patients who need oxygen. The entire medical staff will also be provided by the Indian Army and full arrangements will be made for the accommodation and food of the patients. According to officials, many more such hospitals will be started soon by the Western Command in North India.

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