SBI Covid to build temporary hospital with ICU facility for 19 patients

Following the Reliance Foundation, State Bank of India (SBI) has announced the construction of a temporary hospital with ICU facility in the war against Corona. The company will set up temporary hospitals with ICU facilities to treat Kovid-19 patients in the most affected states of the country under Social Responsibility (CSR) activities.

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State Bank Chairman Dinesh Kumar Khara told PTI that the bank has already set aside Rs 30 crore for the work and is in touch with NGOs and hospital management to set up these hospitals. These hospitals are being prepared on an urgent basis to treat Kovid-19 patients.

The 1,000-bed temporary hospital will be built

He said the bank wants to build some temporary hospitals with a total of 1,000 beds, with 50 ICU beds in the most vulnerable states of Kovid-19. In this scenario, it may be 120 beds in some places, but a hospital with 150 beds in some places. It depends on the capacity of the hospital he built, how much he can expand.

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It should be noted that the Ministry of Corporate Affairs has considered establishing temporary covid-care centers or treating temporary hospitals as a qualified activity under the company’s social liability. Significantly, the country has been experiencing a second wave of coronavirus over the past few days. Over the past eight days, more than three lakh new cases have been reported daily. The number of people who die every day is increasing.

70 crores will cost Rs

Regarding other initiatives of the State Bank, he said the State Bank has partnered with hospitals and NGOs to provide oxygen concentrations to patients. “We have set up an action plan. We have set aside Rs. 70 crore for this. We are providing Rs. 21 crore to 17 sectors for conducting Kovid-19 related activities. Agreement with hospitals across the country has been assigned to the job, the bank’s general manager, who will monitor the status of Kovid-19 at the entire bank level and provide assistance as soon as possible.

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