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Don’t visit hospitals unless medical emergency, Govt advises - 1 min read

Bengaluru: In the wake of patients crowding hospitals in the current third wave, the Health and Family Welfare Department on Saturday January 15 has instructed patients who do not require emergency medical care not to visit hospitals.

Principal Secretary to Government, Health and Family Welfare Department T. K. Anil Kumar stated, “In pursuant to the existing Covid – 19 situation, it is hereby informed that only sick and patients requiring emergency care may visit the hospitals/super specialty hospitals and autonomous institutions. All other patients with mild illness which requires outpatient care/follow up care/elective case including dental patients should not visit the hospitals for the next two weeks or till further orders to prevent crowding and the spread of Covid – 19.”

“Private hospitals are hereby instructed to take similar steps to prevent the crowding and halt the spread of Covid – 19,” the notification further added.

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