New Delhi: Traumatic exacerbations have occurred in hospitals amid corona infections. People are constantly struggling with bad and oxygen shortages. Meanwhile, the Haryana government made a big announcement on Wednesday.
The Chief Minister’s Office has said that Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar announced medical assistance of Rs 5,000 per patient (maximum 7 days) ie Rs 35,000 below poverty line (BPL) for patients admitted to private hospitals and oxygen / ICU assistance. Has That is, 5 thousand rupees will be given to BPL patients admitted in hospitals for 7 days.
Private hospitals will be given an incentive of Rs 1,000 per patient per day or a maximum of Rs 7,000 to give admission preference to COVID19 patients belonging to Haryana. In this way, Rs 42,000 will be provided as medical aid by the state government for BPL patients.
At the same time, the rates of beds and other facilities for COVID19 treatment in private hospitals have been fixed. The state government has set a rate of Rs 10,000 for isolation beds in NABH and JCI accredited hospitals, Rs 15,000 for ICU beds without ventilators and Rs 18,000 per day for ICU beds with ventilators.
Similarly, non-NABH accredited hospitals have been earmarked Rs 8,000 for isolation beds, Rs 13,000 for ICU beds without ventilators and Rs 15,000 per day for ICU beds with ventilators.