Govt to Take Measures on Breaking Covid Chain: MLC Kavitha

Hyderabad, May 8 (Maxim News): TRS MLC Kavitha today said that the Telangana Government is taking all measures to contain virus chain and spread of infections. She inaugurated a 300 bed facility at Kalvari Church here at Miyapur and inspected the facilities there. Speaking to media persons on the occasion the former MP said that the government is offering the best services in all districts.

Kavitha appreciated Kalvari Temple head Sathish for coming forward to provide 300 beds including 50 oxygen beds and all facilities. In collaboration with Ankura Hospital and Therese Hospital this facility has come into service for people, she said.

The government made beds available in all the government and private hospitals she said. All hospitals and the health centers are providing the best treatment and services to the corona patients. The people should avoid fear and panic to overcome the corona problems, she appealed.

We can overcome any problem with courage and get the services at the hospitals. The government is offering a second dose at all the hospitals and health centers, she said.

The MLC of TRS has congratulated the organizers for their services at a time of corona crisis. It is great that the Kalvari Temple has come forward to open 300 beds for the people free of cost.

The people should follow corona norms of wearing masks, sanitising the hands and most importantly maintaining social distancing she said. can get free treatment, services, accommodation and food here including the health staff Kavitha informed. The Kalvari organizers set up this facility and plan to increase beds facility to conduct hassle free services for the corona patients.

Stating that the people can tide over crisis with courage, the MLC said that the Government is trying to acquire more oxygen, injections, beds which is a continuous process, the MLC said.  (Maxim News)

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