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Haryana government caps Covid-19 treatment cost in private hospitals

IndiaTimes Friday, 26 June 2020 ()
The Haryana govt has capped the cost of Covid-19 treatment in private hospitals, fixing the maximum rate at non-NABH accredited facilities for patients who need to be kept in ICU with ventilator care at Rs 15,000 per day. For isolation beds, including supportive care and oxygen, the cost per patient per day has been fixed at Rs 8,000.
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Haryana government has decided to fix rates for Covid treatment in private hospitals of the state. Haryana health minister Anil Vij said that they would not allow people to be fleeced by private hospitals and hence they have fixed the rates. Haryana has registered over 11,000 Covid positive cases...

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