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India’s first COVID hospital up in two weeks

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Beefing up its fight against COVID-19 India is set to build its largest COVID-19 hospital. The best part is that the hospital would be up and running in 2 weeks. The 1,000 beds hospital would be built in the state of Odisha.

Odisha government made the announcement on Thursday. With this Odisha would become the first state in the country to set up such a large-scale hospital exclusively to treat Covid-19 patients. India is now closing in on 700 cases of COVID-19. So, far 13 deaths have been reported.

Tamil Nadu is the latest to report casualty. This was 1st death in the state due to COVID-19. Of the total cases in the country, 47 are foreign nationals and the rest are of Indians. The government is already working on a two-step strategy to fight the virus.

As per it the two necessary elements that are testing and lockdowns are to be leveled up. Since the country is entering the 3rd stage of COVID-19 the challenge is building up. Both the central and state governments are making the best of their resources.

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