Covid19 Updates : India’s largest 10,000 bed Covid19 Centre to be shut from September 15

The COVID Care Centre at Bengaluru International Exhibition, which is the biggest such facility for the treatment of especially asymptomatic and mildly symptomatic patients in our country, will be reportedly shut from September 15.

The reason behind shutting the biggest care centre is not getting patients.

The Civic Center Body, Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) on the date September 4 has said decision to close the centre with 10,000 bed capacity was taken in the meeting. This meeting was chaired by the Chief Minister on the advise head of the Covid Care Care Task Force.

All the furnitures which had been brought for the Care Center for example, bed, chairs, mattresses, pedestal fans, dustbins and water dispensers to government hospitals and schools free of cost after sanitation.

The Social Welfare Department will be getting 2,500 furniture for the hostels also includes horticulture university hostel at Bagal kote, Minority Welfare Department hostel and the GKVK, Bengaluru with 1000 each.

The remaining furniture will be given to government hospitals and hostels based on request. Government allowed Home isolation of asymptomatic and mildly symptomatic COVID cases, there has been a drastic fall in the Covid19 cases as per official said.

Centre has its own controversial story of widespread criticism on government to rent beds and furniture for the centre at a higher cost. The government has decided to buy it as well.

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