TMC mentions the names of hospitals, the capacity of beds occupied and vacant and also gives an idea of ICU and Non-ICU beds available in the hospitals
The Thane Municipal Corporation (TMC) launched a website where citizens can check the availability of COVID beds on Friday. One needs to log in to
https://www.covidbedthane.in/ to check the availability.
As one logs in, the website gives two options –
‘General Beds Availability’ and
‘Request For Bed’.
‘General Beds Availability’, another link opens with details of beds that are available and occupied.
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The TMC mentioned the names of hospitals, the capacity of beds occupied and vacant. The website also gives an idea of ICU and Non-ICU beds available in the hospitals.
The hospitals listed on the website are Kaushalya Hospital, Vedant Hospital GB Road, Sapphire Hospital, Thane Health Care, Titan Hospital, Life Care Hospital, Siddhivinayak Hospital, Ekta Hospital LLP & ICCU, Bethany Hospital A – Wing, Thane COVID Hospital, Swayam Hospital, Avenue Vedant COVID Hospital, Highland Hospital, Viraj Hospital, Vedant Multispeciality Vartak Nagar, Kausa Stadium Hospital, Thane Noble Hospital, Dmark Medwin Hospital, Horizon Prime Hospital, Kaizen Supermulti Speciality, Metropol Hospital, Shivneri Hospital, Diya Hospital, Atlantis Hospital, Brahmand Multispeciality Hospital, Parking Plaza, Rohini Hospital, Pristine Hospital, Swastik Hospital, Wellam Hospital, OSCAR Multispeciality Hospital, Horizon Hospital Naupada, Ace Hospital (Dhanvantari Hospital), Aarogya Hospital, Hardev Hospital, Park Way Titan Hospital, Orthocare Hospital, Aditya Hospital and ICU, Aarogyam Multispecialitie Hospital (Kopri) and Hare Krishna Manav Kalyan Diva.
On the other hand, if one clicks on the
‘Request For Beds’ option, patients have to fill a form and submit it in order to complete the procedure.
Meanwhile, Maharashtra has reported 66,836 new coronavirus cases and 773 deaths in the last 24 hours. However, on a positive note, 74,045 patients recovered from the disease and released from hospitals.