In its quest to fight this pandemic, the State of Telangana faces a severe shortage of supplies of all sorts, and somehow the government cannot control the scenario. With this being said, private organizations, NGO's, Groups of Hospitals and Religious Congregations are going above and beyond to help people fight the pandemic.
The Calvary Temple at Hydernagar has come up with a 300-bed isolation centre in their church premises. This isolation centre is created in association with Ankura Hospitals and Theresa Hospital. This isolation centre is equipped with 50 oxygen beds, 250 regular beds, and more than 100 medics that will help people with mild to acute symptoms obtain treatment and have access to good food and water. This isolation aims to project to reach the underprivileged people who have faced a tough time finding covid resource and provide them with the needful for free of cost and will be fully functional from May 10.
The Isolation centre had a Prayer and Benediction and was inaugurated by MLC and Former MP Kaluvakunta Kavitha. The founder of Calvary Temple explained the entire motto and the functioning of this centre to the MLC. The MLC leader appreciated the whole team and also the hospitals associated with providing free treatment to the underprivileged of the society. The latter also took to Twitter to express her gratitude and spread awareness of such an isolation centre. The MLC also requested the people to adhere to the social protocols and spread the word about such gestures by society.
Congratulating Brother Satish of Calvary Temple who in association with Ankura Hospital and Theresa Hospital have opened 300 bed Covid Isolation Centre for needy people in the premises of Calvary Temple.#COVID19 pic.twitter.com/aS5txh34nv— Kavitha Kalvakuntla (@RaoKavitha) May 8, 2021