COVID-19

Mysuru to be oxygen-reliant
COVID-19, News

Mysuru to be oxygen-reliant

June 9, 2021

500 LPM Plant to come at Super Speciality Hospital premises; two more in the pipeline Mysore/Mysuru: Mysuru will soon become oxygen-reliant as three oxygen-producing plants are coming up here within a span of one month or so. The latest to be added to the list is a plant worth Rs. 1.5 crore that is coming…

Cap on RT-PCR test planned
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Cap on RT-PCR test planned

May 5, 2021

Docs to decide test for patients Priority for those taking second dose  Mysuru: The District Administration is learnt to have decided to put a cap on number of RT-PCR test daily at 3,500 for the whole district to put brakes on advance booking of Corona positive patients with very mild symptoms. This was decided at…

Crowd Concern: Sub-Registrar offices turning out to be COVID hotspots
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Crowd Concern: Sub-Registrar offices turning out to be COVID hotspots

May 4, 2021

People continue to flood markets and public places Mysore/Mysuru: The mandatory COVID-19 protocols are going for a toss every day in Mysuru despite lockdown-like measures, causing concern.  These crowds, with barely any mask and no social distancing can prove to be super-spreaders. In fact, crowds, in their enthusiasm to purchase essentials, are tending to forget…

People volunteering to undergo COVID test
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People volunteering to undergo COVID test

April 26, 2021

Mysore/Mysuru: As the deadly COVID -19 pandemic continues to cause havoc across the country claiming the lives of many, the residents of the city and district are volunteering to undergo COVID-19 tests as a precautionary measure. On Sunday, the second day of the weekend curfew, more than 100 people got tested for the pandemic at…

Exorbitantly priced in the first wave too
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Exorbitantly priced in the first wave too

April 20, 2021

Mysore/Mysuru: Even during the first wave of COVID-19 last year, there was a huge demand for Remdesivir injections and there was a shortage in cities including Mysuru. When the pandemic was at its peak, each vial that costs Rs. 4,500 to Rs. 5,000 was sold at a whopping Rs. 1 lakh. The drug was sold…

Pvt. Hospitals agree to keep 50 percent beds for Covid-19 patients
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Pvt. Hospitals agree to keep 50 percent beds for Covid-19 patients

April 12, 2021

Bengaluru: Private Hospitals have agreed to reserve 50 percent of its beds for COVID-19 patients with immediate effect and also discharge non-serious non-covid patients from the Hospitals by this weekend, said Health and Medical Education Minister Dr. K. Sudhakar.   Talking to reporters after a video-conferencing with Association members of Private Hospitals this morning, he said…

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