According to the hospital administration, OPD services will continue during this period and serious patients / emergencies will be seen or admitted as before.
Amid growing cases of coronavirus, the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIMS) has banned admissions through the Outpatient Department (OPD) for two weeks. The AIIMS administration has imposed the ban as more serious and urgent cases are coming to the hospital. According to the hospital administration, OPD services will continue during this period and serious patients / emergencies will be seen or admitted as before.
For the first time in its history, Ames shut down OPD services on March 24 to control the outbreak of Covid-19. After that, Ames decided to resume service activities for its older patients from June 25, three months later.
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Initially, only 15 patients were seen in one day in each department. Outpatient (OPD) services were available for elderly patients at this time. However, in those departments, necessary appointments were also made for a limited number of new patients who wanted to start direct OPD counseling.
Explain that the number of coronavirus infections in the country is increasing rapidly. With the arrival of more than 786,000 new cases of the corona virus in the last 24 hours, the number of people infected has exceeded 3.37 million, according to data released on Wednesday morning. According to the Ministry of Health, there have been 78,357 new Kavid-19 cases in the last 24 hours. At this time, 1045 people have died in the country. The total number of coronary cases in India has risen to 35,69,522 and increased to 66,633. (Also from input language)