Karnataka: Under PPP model, KSRTC builds 200-bed COVID care centre to treat employees free of cost

First Published 5, Aug 2020, 6:05 PM

With the rising COVID-19 cases in Bengaluru, it is becoming difficult to accommodate patients in various hospitals in Bengaluru. As per the Karnataka government’s advice, COVID care centres are to be developed to manage asymptomatic and mild cases in COVID care centres. The KSRTC’s COVID care centre will be open from August 6

<p>The Karnataka State Road Transportation Corporation (KSRTC) sets ups its own COVID care centre</p>

The Karnataka State Road Transportation Corporation (KSRTC) sets ups its own COVID care centre

<p>This was done under PPP model at Sri Basaveshwara Bus Station premises in Peenya, Bengaluru</p>

This was done under PPP model at Sri Basaveshwara Bus Station premises in Peenya, Bengaluru

<p>COVID Care Centres are to be developed to manage asymptomatic and mild cases, according to the Karnataka government</p>

COVID Care Centres are to be developed to manage asymptomatic and mild cases, according to the Karnataka government

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The centre in Peenya with 200 beds in phase one was inaugurated by deputy chief minister Laxman Savadi</p>


The centre in Peenya with 200 beds in phase one was inaugurated by deputy chief minister Laxman Savadi

<p>The centre has an emergency ward and a 10-bed ICU, which is equipped with cots, monitors, oxygen supply and oxygen concentrators</p>

The centre has an emergency ward and a 10-bed ICU, which is equipped with cots, monitors, oxygen supply and oxygen concentrators

<p>The centre will function from August 6 and 10% of staff of sponsors will be treated at government fixed rate</p>

The centre will function from August 6 and 10% of staff of sponsors will be treated at government fixed rate

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