UT admn gives nod to 3 Samaritans for opening mini COVID care centres; Sri Guru Granth Sahib society to set-up another centre
Chandigarh, May 4, 2021:
The Chandigarh Administration has given its nod to the proposal mooted by three Samaritans for opening mini COVID care centres as part of their selfless commitment to mankind reeling under the trying circumstances precipitated by COVID-19.
The UT Administration on Tuesday gave approval to Sartaj Lamba, Founder CEO of ‘Be Sure Buddy Pvt. Ltd’ for opening a Mini COVID care centre at the Aurobindo School, Sector 27-A; HS Sabharwal, Authorized Authority, Sri Guru Granth Sahib Sewa Society (Regd.) Chandigarh, Tera Hi Tera Mission Hospital (Surgical Wing), Homeopathic Medical College & Hospital, Sector 26 for opening a Mini COVID care centre at Infosys Foundation Red Cross Sarai, Sector 12 besides Amar Vivek Aggrawal, Trustee, Sri Sathya Sai Gramin Jagriti, Sai Sadan, House No. 551, Sector 8-B for opening such a centre at Government Girls Senior Secondary School, Sector 8B.
As per the conditions fixed by the administration to set-up any COVID centre, at least 80% beds must be oxygenated. However, the administration will tie-up for refill from Approved Vendor on the same rate being charged from GMCH. All three have agreed and will try even for 100% oxygenated.
Sri Guru Granth Sahib society to set-up another mini COVID care centre:
Meanwhile, UT Adviser Manoj Parida said, “In view of excellent work in Balbhawan, the Infosys Sarai is allotted to Sri Guru Granth Sahib Society to urgently set up a 100-bed COVID Care Centre with oxygen facility. On Monday, the adviser had appreciated the Tera Hi Tera Mission for setting up a high class Care Centre with 50 Beds which include 40 Oxygen beds. He had stated that the mission has set an example by creating such a good facility in short period of two days.
Read about the detailed terms and conditions for setting up any mini COVID care centre:-