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Covid-19: DHSK asks CMOs, BMOs, MSs to keep 10-15 beds available,

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SRINAGAR: Amid a spurt in Covid-19 positive cases in Kashmir, the Director of Health Services Kashmir has directed all Chief Medical Officers, Medical Superintendents, and Block Medical officers to keep 10-15 beds available for Covid-19 patients in all district or sub-district hospitals.

According to an order he directed that at least 4-5 beds must be kept for Covid-19 antenatal patients.

“In view of the resurgence of Covid-19 positive cases in the country as well as in Kashmir division, it is hereby enjoined upon all the Chief Medical Officers, Medical Superintendents, & Block Medical Officers to ensure the provision of 10-15 Beds for Covid-19 positive patients in all District / Sub District Hospitals, out of which 4-5 Beds be kept for Covid-19 positive antenatal patients,” reads a circular issued by Director Health Services Kashmir Mushtaq Ahmad Rather—(KNO)


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