AIIMS Bhubaneswar closes walk-in OPDs as state sees over 6,500 new Covid-19 cases

After some staff members were diagnosed with the virus and had the foot of more than 3,000 patients, AIIMS Bhubaneswar closed its OPD registration. AIIMS Bhubaneswar closes walk-in OPDs
The All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) in Bhubaneswar has decided to temporarily close the registration of OPD patients from April 26 to address the spread of coronavirus.
Speaking to India Today, AIIMS Bhubaneswar manager Sachidananda Mohanty said, “Some of our staff find out they are infected and we see more than 3,000 patients a day. It is impossible to control the crowd if Covid charges increase in the country. ”
“However, it is temporary and the situation is reviewed weekly. If things go well, we will open OPDs, ”he added.
Odisha reported 6 599 new Covid-19 cases in 24 hours, the Department of Information and Public Relations said on Monday. About nine people die from the deadly virus in the province a day, in addition to the health and family welfare department. With this, the death toll in Odisha reached 1,997. AIIMS Bhubaneswar closes walk-in OPDs
Speaking to the media on Monday, Director of Medical Education and Training (DMET) CBK Mohanty said, “Since daily cases have been found to be stable at some point in the last five days, in view of this practice, it can be interpreted as a plain category. in the days to come. ”
“In medical science, nothing is perfect. Therefore, we can say that we are at a high level as the state has not seen a significant increase in Covid-19 cases in the last few days. We hope that the Covid graph will begin to confirm the decline soon, ”added Mohanty. AIIMS Bhubaneswar closes walk-in OPDs
Odisha Health Director Niranjan Mishra, meanwhile, said 70 percent of the beds are currently available at various Covid patient hospitals in the province.
“We have created a collection consisting of 2/3 regions. Patients are transferred to other districts after the beds are filled in hospitals in a particular district, ”added Mishra.
In the province’s oxygen supply, she said Odisha was a form of ‘sural surplus’.

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