Around 48 RWAs from Gurugram eager to open small covid care centers, Real Estate News, ET RealEstate
Patients with pre-symptomatic, asymptomatic and very mild symptoms can be accommodated in these centers.
Amid the surge in Covid-19 cases in Gurugram, the district administration had allowed high-end condominiums, closed housing companies and NGOs to set up small Covid care centers while using their own resources.
Deputy Commissioner Yash Garg said: “Requests had been received from closed housing companies to set up small Covid-19 care facilities run by RWAs, housing companies and NGOs using their own resources.”
“This will help reduce the burden on existing facilities for managing the pre-symptomatic, asymptomatic and very mild cases of Covid living in this particular society, and that such an order would be extremely crucial to verify the exponential increase in Covid cases. “Garg said.
However, these Covid care centers are not intended for seriously ill elderly patients, children under 10, pregnant or breastfeeding women and patients with co-morbidities.
According to administration officials, these Covid centers follow “strict infection prevention and control practices” by keeping confirmed and suspected cases in separate and separate areas without “mixing” and “separate toilets.”
These centers should also be linked to the district health department surveillance team and an ambulance provider, and the phone numbers of RWAs, NGOs and doctors should be prominently displayed.
In addition, a doctor residing in the closed complex or provided by the NGO “facilitates the daily medical examination” of the patients, and a caregiver should also be identified to care for the patients and keep records and inform the health service. of the district.