Reliance Industries Sets Up India's First Dedicated COVID-19 Hospital In Mumbai

Aadhya Khatri - Mar 25, 2020


Reliance Industries Sets Up India's First Dedicated COVID-19 Hospital In Mumbai

The corporation wrote that the hospital was fully-funded by Reliance Industries and it had a negative pressure room to help prevent cross-contamination

As the India government orders a complete lockdown to contain the CO.VID-19 outbreak, Reliance Industries Limited, led by Mukesh Ambani, has come forward to take its responsibility with the society.

On Monday, Reliance Industries made public its first hospital dedicated to treat CO.VID-19 in Mumbai. All of the 100 beds in the facility are equipped with ventilators, dialysis machine, patient monitoring devices, and pacemakers.

Reliance Industries hospital
On Monday, Reliance Industries made public its first hospital dedicated to treat CO.VID-19 in Mumbai

In the official statement announcing the hospital, the corporation said wrote that the facility was fully-funded by Reliance Foundation and it had a negative pressure room to help prevent cross-contamination.

The hospital also features special medical facilities to isolate people from regions with a high chance of carrying the virus.

This is just part of the corporation’s effort to help the government combat the contagion of CO.VID-19. It has also pledged Rs 5 crores to Maharashtra Chief Minister’s Relief Fund.

The company is also ramping up its production to meet the demand of 100,000 masks and other protective gears for health officials. The Foundation also promised to provide free meals for citizens in several cities in collaboration with NGOs.

Reliance Industries has set up isolation facilities and handed them over to the authority of Maharashtra and Lodhivali. Reliance Life Science is also working against the clock to help the government effectively tests for the disease and find a cure for CO.VID-19.

Jio is working with Microsoft Team to help students, healthcare institutes, and individuals to be able to work and study remotely and practice social distancing.

Reliance Industries grocery stores
The announcement also ensures that all of the corporation’s 736 grocery stores would remain open and supply essentials so there is no need to stock up

The announcement also ensures that all of the corporation’s 736 grocery stores would remain open and supply essentials so there is no need to stock up.

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