30-bedded Covid-19 hospital set up at Nagaland Police Referral Hospital Chumukedima

Nagaland Chief Minister announced the inauguration of the 30-bedded Covid-19 hospital in Dimapur and lauded the frontline workers in a Twitter post on Tuesday.


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Nagaland Chief Minister Neiphiu Rio on Tuesday inaugurated the 30-bedded Covid-19 hospital at the Nagaland Police Referral Hospital Chumukedima in the effort to strengthen the capacity of Covid-19 treatment.

Taking to Twitter, the chief minister announced the inauguration of the 30-bedded Covid-19 hospital in Dimapur and lauded the frontline workers.

"Inaugurated 30-bedded COVID hospital at Nagaland Police Referral Hospital. This will further strengthen the capacity to treat #COVID19 patients. Grateful to everyone, esp. our frontline workers, who have been working tirelessly since the start of the pandemic," Rio tweeted.

The chief minister also assessed the conversion of the Covid makeshift hospital into a100-bedded hospital.

"Assessed the situation at the #COVID19 makeshift hospital at the Institute of Hotel Management which is being converted into a 100-bedded hospital. The place has the capacity to further increase the number of beds to handle cases requiring hospitalization. #NagalandAgainstCOVID," the chief minister tweeted.

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