Ashray Project: Covid Care facility in Hyderabad revamps its infrastructure to treat Covid patients

The coronavirus pandemic has put a lot of strain on healthcare institutions in Hyderabad to deliver quality services and save lives of critical patients. In order to treat severe and critically ill COVID-19 patients, a Covid Care Centre named 'Project Ashray' in Hyderabad has ramped up its infrastructure to create a 100-bed capacity to treat patients with to moderate coronavirus symptoms. The Centre was built as a Covid Care facility initially with 50 beds and now 50 more beds have been added.

Keeping in view of the prevailing pandemic situation in the state, people from various organisations have come forward and volunteered to set up 'Project Ashray' as a 100-bed facility for the COVID-19 patients. The Covid Care Centre was inaugurated by the Commissioner of Police of Cyberabad, V C Sajjanar on May 3.

"We initially started with 50 beds and now we have 100 beds and are willing to potentially expand this facility further.  Many volunteers, who are leaders of various industry organisations and associations have come forward to set up Project Ashray. "This Covid Care facility is more than home isolation and less than a Covid dedicated hospital. This facility is not just for someone to isolate themselves when tested positive for COVID-19, but will actually receive all the required medical care. We, currently, have a team of 15 doctors, more than 50 nurses, ample supply of oxygen, enough supply of medicine including Remdesivir wherever necessary." said Vivek Verma, a volunteer and a team member of Project Ashray.

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