Reliance Sets Up The Country's First Coronavirus Hospital

March 24, 2020 09:56
Reliance Sets Up The Country's First Coronavirus Hospital

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Reliance Sets Up The Country's First Coronavirus Hospital:- Mukesh Ambani's owned Reliance Industries Limited (RIL) announced that it would fight against the deadly coronavirus after they managed to set up the country's first dedicated COVID-19 hospital in the country. The hospital has its own quarantine facilities with all the needed testing kits. It can enhance the production capacities to produce 1 lakh face masks per day. The hospital can even accommodate 100 patients at a time. The hospital was set up in just two weeks and is named HN Reliance Foundation Hospital. It was made in collaboration with Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation.

The hospital will be treating patients who are tested positive with coronavirus in and around Mumbai. The hospital is funded by Reliance Foundation. It also has a negative pressure room that prevents cross-contamination. All the needed equipment like ventilators, pacemakers, patient monitoring devices and dialysis machines are set up. Special medical facilities for quarantine travelers are used. Reliance Life Sciences is working on importing additional test kits and some top-rated doctors are working for the hospital currently.

Coronavirus suits, garments are produced. Reliance Foundation also built an isolation facility and they handed it over to district authorities in Lodhivali, Maharashtra. Mukesh Ambani announced Rs 5 crores to Maharashtra Chief Minister's Relief Fund.

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