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Oxygen plants set up across 20 hospitals in Indore to fight the expected third wave

In view of the gruesome oxygen supply issues witnessed during the second wave of the pandemic, the authorities in Indore have amplified efforts to make the city self-sufficient. As per reports, oxygen plants have been installed across 20 hospitals in the city in an attempt to battle against the anticipated third wave of the virus. Reportedly, the medical facilities have now got an aggregated supply of more than 60 tonnes of oxygen with the launch of the systems.

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Don't lose guard: Zero reported covid fatality in last 20 days in Indore

As per reports, Indore has reported zero fatalities due to the virus in the last 20 days. As highlighted by the daily health bulletin date, this new statistic is a testimony to the weakening force of the pandemic here. The last coronavirus casualty was reported on June 29 and since then, the toll has witnessed a fall.

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COVID centre at Indore's Radha Soami Satsang Beas to remain operational despite fall in cases

Despite a continuous decline in the number of new COVID cases in Indore, the district health authorities have decided to not shut the Radha Soami COVID care centre, in anticipation of the 'third wave'. As per reports, the facility is presently operating with only 6 patients to ensure a ready set-up when the expectant wave hits. Touted to be the biggest in Madhya Pradesh, the Radha Soami COVID care centre has the capacity of handling 1200 patients. As of now, only one block is functional.

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Air passengers in Indore can now travel freely without a negative RT-PCR report

Amid the receding wave of coronavirus in Indore, the district administration has ordained airport authorities to relax certain travel norms. Now, passengers flying to and from the airbase are not required to produce a negative COVID RT-PCR test report to board the flight. Further, they are also exempted from showing their vaccination certificate to gain permission for entry in the airport or the aircraft. Other protocols such as masks and face shields will remain prevalent.

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Indore's Super Speciality Hospital to offer services across different departments from October!

Claimed to be Madhya Pradesh's biggest centre, this Super Specialty Hospital in Indore will provide facilities across a range of medical departments from October onwards. As per reports, the 10-floored hospital will have nearly 400 beds and it already stands equipped with treatment units for a range of ailments, ICUs, ventilators and other machines. Reportedly, it is expected that the current plans would materialise by October if the third wave doesn't hamper the program.

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