Madhya Pradesh: In Barwani, ministers interacts with C-patients on video call

FP News ServiceUpdated: Tuesday, June 01, 2021, 11:30 PM IST
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BARWANI (MADHYA PRADESH): On Monday, health minister Dr Prabhuram Choudhary made a video call to the patients admitted in ICU and Covid Hospitals. He inquired about their health of and wished for their early recovery.

Patients told him that the facilities being provided in Barwani are at par with private hospitals. The only difference being that in private hospitals charge fee in lakhs of rupees but in government hospitals they are getting these facilities free of cost.

The patients expressed gratitude to the Chief Minister and him for the arrangements and praised the medics who are attending to them 24x7.

A patient who is admitted to ICU, Majid Khan told the minister he was admitted to Barwani's official Covid ICU on May 23. Now he is feeling completely healthy, all thanks to the diligent care of the medics.

Dr Nitin Rawat, Dr Mayank Patidar and Dr Ashwin Choyal are looking after Covid-19 patients.

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