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Private hospitals of Gujarat can treat Kovid-19 patients without prior permission till June 15: CMO

On Tuesday, Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani said that the municipal commissioner or district collector has no prior permission for all private hospitals, clinics and nursing homes in the state to treat Kovid-19 patients.

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Published on APR 21, 2021 07:31 AM IST

All private hospitals, clinics, nursing homes in Gujarat can treat Kovid-19 patients till June 15, without any prior permission, Chief Minister Vijay Rupani has announced.

On Tuesday, Rupani said that there is no prior permission from the municipal commissioner or district collector to treat Kovid-19 patients. “In view of the prevailing corona situation, CM Vijay Rupani announced the Gujarat government’s decision to allow all private hospitals, clinics, nursing homes to treat Kovid-19 patients without prior permission by June 15, only the Municipal Commissioner Or by informing the collector, “tweeted the Chief Minister’s office.

Rupani said that the Gujarat government has already imposed several restrictions including one night curfew, so there is no need of lockout in the state at present. The state health department informed on Tuesday evening that 11,403 new Kovid-19 cases and 117 deaths occurred in Gujarat in the last 24 hours, along with 4,179 recovered. There are currently 68,754 active cases in the state.

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