Goa: Currently, personal hospitals must book 20percent ICU beds for Covid sufferers | Goa News


PANAJI: Chief minister Pramod Sawant on Monday stated that the state government has determined”to make it compulsory for hospitals to book 20percent of beds within their ICUs exclusively for Covid control”.
Sawant chaired a meeting with health minister Vishwajit Rane, chief secretary Parimal Rai and wellness secretary Nila Mohanan to review and strengthen the nation’s Covid management.
Discussing the gain in variety of Covid deaths, the chief minister stated that people who reacted to the virus had comorbidities.
“Of the deaths, roughly four to five were suffering from influenza, eight to 10 were at the 80 into 85 age category, and one died due to liver failure. We must see that the deaths are rising because of comorbid conditions,” Sawant said.
Meanwhile, responding to Dr Edwin Gomes, who led the ESI-Covid hospital, analyzing positive, Sawant stated,”Dr Gomes has helped countless individuals acquire the struggle against coronavirus, and I am convinced he’ll emerge victorious in his struggle also. I wish him a quick recovery.”
Governor Satya Pal Malik also wrote to Gomes. “I wish you speedy recovery and I am certain you would come from it quite soon,” he explained.
In a letter to Dr Gomes, governor Satya Pal Malik stated he was aware that Dr Gomes was in the forefront in major Goa’s struggle against Covid-19. “You worked tirelessly for 3 weeks for your corona patients using an awareness of unattached responsibility knowing well that there’s an inherent danger in addressing the contagion. I wish you speedy recovery and I am confident you would come from it quite soon,” Malik said.


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