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There are only 16% patients in Ghaziabad government hospitals

There are 69 sufferers in L1 facilities, forty two in L2 hospitals and 57 in L3 hospitals. As many as 114 patients, who had opted for domestic isolation, are ready facility allocation.

Covid-19 sufferers are both who prefer home isolation or non-public hospitals over government centers. handiest 16% of Covid-19 sufferers are presently admitted to authorities hospitals.
As of Sunday morning, there are 1,010 lively instances, of which 466 (47%) are in private hospitals, observed through 257 (25%) in domestic isolation. Other than 168 patients (16%) who’re in authorities hospitals, the final are waiting for facility allocation. besides, patients are admitted to Noida and Meerut hospitals and one in Delhi.

There are 69 sufferers in L1 facilities, forty two in L2 hospitals and 57 in L3 hospitals. As many as 114 patients, who had opted for domestic isolation, are ready facility allocation.
There are 10 non-public hospitals inside the district that are treating Covid patients. they all collectively have 598 Covid beds, which include ninety eight ICU beds. All 3 tiers (L1, L2 and L3) of sufferers are being dealt with in these personal hospitals. 4 hospitals are completely treating Covid sufferers, even as six hospitals have reserved 20 to 50 beds in a separate wing for the reason.

The district has 826 beds in government centers. The Covid care centre (L1) installation at SRM university has 250 beds of L-1 level. ESIC Hospitals in Sahibabad, which is treating slight patients, has seventy six beds.

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The management has determined to re-designate this health center as an L2 facility via upgrading its centers. The medical institution has been furnished with BiPAP machines and high go with the flow nasal cannula to offer oxygen remedy to mild cases. There is additionally District blended sanatorium that is walking a 100-bed L2 facility.


Santosh medical institution has been serving as a four hundred-bed L3 facility. but, the administration has determined to preserve 1/2 of its beds for L2-level patients.