World’s Largest COVID-19 Care Centre inaugurated in Delhi: The world’s largest, 10,000-bed Sardar Patel’s COVID Care Centre and Hospital (SPCCCH) at Radha Soami Satsang Beas in Chhatarpur area were made operational in the national capital. Lieutenant Governor of Delhi, Anil Baijal, inaugurated the facility has been created on an emergency basis by the South Delhi District Administration with support of the Ministry of Home Affairs in a record time of 10 days.
Notably, this coronavirus treatment center which is set up in Chhatarpur area of the national capital is said to be the “largest” of its kind in the world.”The Sardar Patel COVID-19 Care Centre and Hospital has been developed to help the citizens of Delhi and NCR who are affected by the coronavirus. Our team of doctors and medical staff will take care of this facility.
Sardar Patel COVID Care Centre and Hospital will have 10 percent of beds with oxygen facility,” the Delhi LG said after the inaugural. Talking about the facilities at the new coronavirus center, Baijal further stated, “We have counselors for mentally traumatized patients. We have a team of good psychiatrists and specialists in medicine.”
Union Home Minister Amit Shah and Defence Minister Rajnath Singh also visited the DRDO-built Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel COVID19 Hospital in Delhi Cantonment. Health Minister Dr. Harsh Vardhan, Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal and DRDO Chairman G Satheesh Reddy also present
The World’s Largest COVID-19 Care facility will function as an isolation center for mild and asymptomatic COVID-19 positive patients. 10 percent of the beds will have oxygen facility in case the patient develops severe breathlessness and requires tertiary hospital care, read a statement.
Operationally, the facility has been linked to the Deen Dayal Upadhyay Hospital and Madan Mohan Malviya Hospital. The referral tertiary care hospitals are Lok Nayak Jai Prakash Narayan Hospital and Rajiv Gandhi Super Speciality Hospital.
ITBP will be running the first 2,000 beds with their 170 doctors/specialists and more than 700 nurses and paramedics, the statement added. Most of the basic infrastructure such as beds, mattresses, and linen, has been donated by various civil society organizations and non-governmental organizations.
A recreational center has been made available to the patients along with a library, board games, and skipping ropes. People admitted to the facility will be provided five healthy meals a day along with immunity-boosting chawanprash, juices, and hot kadha, the statement added.