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Indian Army establish 20-bed high dependency unit for COVID patients in Baramulla

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Indian Army establish 20-bed high dependency unit for COVID patients in Baramulla

Indian Army establish 20-bed high dependency unit for COVID patients in Baramulla

Indian Army has established a 20-bed high dependency unit (HDU) for COVID-19 patients in Baramulla district.

The hospital will be running in collaboration with Civil Administration of Baramulla.

Indian Army also opened 20-bed unit in Uri.

"There are 5 critical care beds, rest are for patients with moderate symptoms. A 20-bed unit also opened in Uri," said Paul M Varghese, Col, medical team to ANI.


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