The Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh has set up an isolation centre in Noida’s Sector 12 area in Uttar Pradesh to treat coronavirus pateints.
Amid rising Covid-19 cases, the Rashtriya Swayam Sevak Sangh (RSS) has set up an isolation centre in Noida’s Sector 12 area in Uttar Pradesh.
The facility has been set up at Saraswati Shishu Mandir, an RSS-run school, in Noida Sector 12. The centre became operational on Sunday.
“As the cases of coronavirus are rising across the country, many swayamsevaks are working tirelessly to help people. In this process, many are getting infected. This facility has been set up for family members of RSS sevaks,” said Dr Anil Tyagi, sahprant prachar pramukh.
The facility presently has 25 beds and will be increased to 50 if the need arises. However, the facility lacks oxygen cylinders.
“As of now, the centre is operational for those who have mild or no symptoms and those who don’t require immediate medical attention. We have basic infrastructure like drinking water, toilets, washrooms and fresh food facility here. As soon as we get oxygen cylinders, we will start admitting those who need oxygen support,” Dr Tyagi said.
A team of doctors, who are RSS members, are being consulted for treating Covid-19 patients. “The volunteers will share details of each patient to seek medical assistance,” he added.