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TREATMENT FACILITIES FOR OTHER ILLNESS IN COVID-19 HOSPITALS

(AGENPARL) – NEW DELHI (INDIA), dom 20 settembre 2020

Ministry of Health and Family Welfare

Treatment Facilities for other illness in COVID-19 hospitals

Posted On:
20 SEP 2020 8:30PM by PIB Delhi

For appropriate management of COVID-19 cases, Government of India has advised State governments to setup a three-tier arrangement of health facilities exclusively for COVID.

These are-

(i) COVID Care Center with isolation beds for mild or pre-symptomatic cases;

(ii) Dedicated COVID Health Centre (DCHC) with oxygen supported isolation beds for moderate cases and

(iii) Dedicated COVID Hospital (DCH) with ICU beds for severe cases.

In order to prevent cross infection from COVID cases to those being admitted for non-COVID illness, these beds shall not be put to use for treatment of patients other than COVID.

Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MoHFW), Government of India followed a graded approach and has guided states for accordingly expanding COVID-19 dedicated hospital infrastructure. The states were advised to plan for the requisite number of isolation, oxygen supported and ICU beds, based on the prevalent and expected case growth rate.

As per the information provided by the States/ UTs on the Covid-19 Portal, State-wise details of Hospitals, beds in COVID dedicated facilities (Government and Private both) as on 18th September 2020 is given at Annexure. However, as the situation is dynamic, the bed utilization position changes day-to-day.

State / UT Name

No of Facility

Total Isolation beds (excluding ICU beds)

Isolation beds of Confirmed Cases

Isolation beds for Suspected cases

O2 Supported beds

Total ICU beds

Andaman and Nicobar Islands

23

1173

915

258

165

24

Andhra Pradesh

581

102867

85777

16607

16902

4846

Arunachal Pradesh

104

2854

1449

1403

172

62

Assam

387

30558

24784

5746

1682

396

Bihar

357

36617

28440

8173

6814

650

Chandigarh

21

3439

2789

650

885

113

Chhattisgarh

228

22231

18013

4218

1544

722

Dadra & Nagar Haveli

5

1190

628

560

200

46

Daman & Diu

7

559

229

330

139

21

Delhi

162

25719

19929

5790

10023

2617

Goa

45

1678

1410

268

178

134

Gujarat

718

49972

38741

11410

14708

4942

Haryana

801

56286

27905

28381

5985

2227

Himachal Pradesh

66

3413

3109

304

763

86

Jammu and Kashmir

297

23122

19058

4364

3213

436

Jharkhand

279

17797

13885

4014

3185

393

Karnataka

1809

138725

92780

46515

17162

4963

Kerala

327

39698

25838

13860

4082

2822

Ladakh

5

276

246

30

109

37

Lakshadweep

11

102

44

58

21

14

Madhya Pradesh

939

70094

37233

32861

14616

2673

Maharashtra

3328

350340

200266

149917

56737

14866

Manipur

38

2471

2315

156

358

47

Meghalaya

58

2212

1552

660

345

83

Mizoram

58

2731

2370

361

308

44

Nagaland

14

681

536

145

142

54

Odisha

246

30206

17088

13118

4129

554

Puducherry

17

1318

901

427

339

110

Punjab

284

26805

14187

12648

4266

1643

Rajasthan

417

43206

26365

16817

8449

1797

Sikkim

14

1065

842

223

229

20

Tamil Nadu

1259

191301

127162

64189

25409

8439

Telangana

56

15604

14814

790

2794

1782

Tripura

27

2058

1856

202

230

74

Uttar Pradesh

757

154428

150384

4044

11413

4256

Uttarakhand

434

30635

19864

10771

2174

481

West Bengal

1224

70591

14127

56465

12635

1284

The Minister of State (Health and Family Welfare), Sh Ashwini Kumar Choubey stated this in a written reply in the Rajya Sabha here today.

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MV/SJ

HFW/20Sep2020

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