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Mumbai: ‘Maha’ COVID-19 Treatment Facilities with 3,520 Beds Inaugurated by CM Uddhav Thackeray

The initiative involves functioning of COVID-19 treatment facilities spread across Mumbai which have the capacity to treat 3,520 patients at the same time. These COVID-19 treatment facilities are located at Mulund, Dahisar, Maha Laxmi Race Course and Bandra-Kurla Complex (BKC).

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COVID19 treatment facilities with 3,520 beds inauguarted in Mumbai

The Maharashtra Chief Minister, Uddhav Thackeray, on Tuesday, July 7, inaugurated major Corona Virus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) treatment facilities across parts of Mumbai. The Chief Minister inaugurated this massive COVID-19 treatment facilities via video conferencing due to COVID-19 outbreak. The initiative involves functioning of COVID-19 treatment facilities spread across Mumbai which have the capacity to treat 3,520 patients at the same time. These COVID-19 treatment facilities are located at Mulund, Dahisar, Maha Laxmi Race Course and Bandra-Kurla Complex (BKC).

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The Chief Minister office tweeted on Tuesday stating that the Mulund COVID-19 treatment facility has the capacity of 1,700 patients which is built by CIDCO. “Of these new facilities, the one at Mulund, will contain 1,700 beds for treating COVID patients. It has been built by CIDCO and around 500 beds have been reserved for @TMCaTweetAway” read the tweet by CMO.

The CM office also informed that the COVID-19 treatment facility at Maha Laxmi Race Course will have the capacity to accommodate 700 patients. It also informed that the one at BKC will have 112 beds in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU). “The CCC at the Mahalaxmi Race course has 700 beds, while the one at the BKC is part of the Phase-2 of the @MMRDAOfficial ‘s dedicated Corona Care Centre. The BKC facility has 112 ICU beds.” tweeted Maharashtra CMO.


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The news brought a relief to citizens as the city is adversely affected by the lethal virus and the number of affected individuals are increasing gradually. The opening of these massive COVID-19 treatment facilities in Mumbai will certainly increase the city’s combating power to the deadly virus. As of now, Mumbai has 86,509 total cases while 23,359 active cases, wherein more than 58,137 patients have recovered and around 5,002 patients have lost their lives due to COVID-19.

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