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Corona will be treated for free, Reliance Foundation is building a 1000-bed Kovid Hospital

The Reliance Foundation said in a statement that the 400-bed Kovid Care Center will be set up within a week at the Government Dental College and Hospital campus in Jamnagar.

Corona in the country continues to wreak havoc. However, it is a good thing that in this hour of business veteran, Musbeet is giving all possible help to the government on his behalf. Whether Google’s Sundar Pichai or Microsoft’s Satya Nadella, everyone is engaged in helping the Indian government in its own way. At the same time, if we talk about the big businessmen of the country, Ratan Tata and Mukesh Ambani are also not behind in this. First Mukesh Ambani took the initiative to overcome the problem of oxygen and now Reliance Foundation is preparing a 1000 bed Kovid Hospital.




Reliance Foundation said that it is building a 1,000-bed Kovid-19 Astpal with oxygen supply in Jamnagar, Gujarat. The special thing is that treatment facilities will be available in this hospital free of cost.

Hospital is being built in Jamnagar

The Reliance Foundation said in a statement that the 400-bed Kovid Care Center will be set up within a week at the Government Dental College and Hospital campus in Jamnagar. After that, a center of 600 beds will be built in the next two weeks at another center in Jamnagar itself.

Google is also helping

Earlier, Sundar Pichai of Google also announced to help the Government of India. Google has extended a hand to help medical supplies to fight Corona. Google’s CEO Sundar Pichai announced the announcement of this through Twitter and said that he would give help of Rs 133 crore.

Satya nadela also came forward

At the same time, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella also extended a hand to help India. While giving this information by tweeting Nadella said that I am very sad with the present situation of India. I am thankful that the US government is busy helping. Microsoft will continue to use its voice, resources and technology to support relief efforts and help purchase critical oxygen concentration devices.

Parvesh Maurya
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