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BSF opens COVID care centre

By Correspondent

TURA, Aug 23 - In a bid to help the coronavirus patients, the Border Security Force (BSF) in association with the district administration of West Garo Hills in Meghalaya inaugurated a new Covid care centre at the Baljek airport .

The centre is expected to cater to troops arriving from other parts of the country for posting in Garo Hills.

�The state has been relatively free from infection from coronavirus when it started in the country. With the movement of people from other parts, new cases are emerging in the border State of Meghalaya. To arrest any further spread and contain it at a very initial stage the District Administration, West Garo Hills and BSF Tura are working in tandem to quarantine, isolate and test for COVID-19 of all the troops arriving from other states,� said a release by the BSF.

The release added that to provide adequate medicare to Covid-19 patients, an initiative has been taken by BSF Tura under the direction of Kuldeep Saini, Inspector General, BSF, Meghalaya Frontier.

The new centre will have a capacity of 75 beds and will be run by medical officers and paramedical Staff from the BSF.

The facility was opened by Deputy Commissioner Ram Singh for treatment of COVID patients of all BSF units deployed in the Garo Hills region.

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BSF opens COVID care centre

TURA, Aug 23 - In a bid to help the coronavirus patients, the Border Security Force (BSF) in association with the district administration of West Garo Hills in Meghalaya inaugurated a new Covid care centre at the Baljek airport .

The centre is expected to cater to troops arriving from other parts of the country for posting in Garo Hills.

�The state has been relatively free from infection from coronavirus when it started in the country. With the movement of people from other parts, new cases are emerging in the border State of Meghalaya. To arrest any further spread and contain it at a very initial stage the District Administration, West Garo Hills and BSF Tura are working in tandem to quarantine, isolate and test for COVID-19 of all the troops arriving from other states,� said a release by the BSF.

The release added that to provide adequate medicare to Covid-19 patients, an initiative has been taken by BSF Tura under the direction of Kuldeep Saini, Inspector General, BSF, Meghalaya Frontier.

The new centre will have a capacity of 75 beds and will be run by medical officers and paramedical Staff from the BSF.

The facility was opened by Deputy Commissioner Ram Singh for treatment of COVID patients of all BSF units deployed in the Garo Hills region.

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— Dalai Lama(THIS IS STATIC)