COVID Care Center in Vijayawada used to charge Rs 5 thousand per day from covid-19 patients
COVID Care Center in Vijayawada used to charge Rs 5 thousand per day from covid-19 patients

Hyderabad: A fire broke out in a COVID Care Center in Vijayawada, Andhra on Sunday morning. There has been uproar after fire outbreak. In fact, 10 COVID patients died in that accident and you would also know that this covid care Center was running in a hotel called Golden Palace. Around 31 patients were kept in this hotel, and every day 5000 rupees were being charged from all those patients. This thing has been revealed recently. Golden Palce in Vijayawada was among 43 hotels of Vijaywada that was taken on lease to keep Corona patients.

Corona infection in Andhra Pradesh is increasing rapidly and continues to spread. There are many hotels here which have not been saved from its ill effects. In such a situation, their business is being spread again as 'Covid Care Center' in Andhra Pradesh and the neighboring state of Telangana. In all these hundreds of people are being looked after, who are living here, taking care of the treatment or the facility of quarantine. According to a recent report, an official of the Telangana Super Specialty Hospitals Association said, "The stay package starts from Rs. 1500 per patient per day. It gets expensive according to the quality of the hotel. Star hotels are charging up to Rs 5 to 8 thousand per day.

It is just living expenses of the patients. The hospital charges for the treatment separately and all this has to be paid in advance. Apart from this, Telangana Health Minister E Rajendra said that in some cases it has been seen that private hospitals that have tie-up with hotels are getting a lot of money in the name of "Covid-19 Package"

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