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NIS all set to start Siddha COVID Care Centre with 100 beds

NIS all set to start Siddha COVID Care Centre with 100 beds
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Chennai, May 6 (PTI) The National Institute of Siddha

(NIS) here and Chengalpattu district administration are all

set to revive the Siddha COVID-19 Care Centre at the

institute from Friday to treat mild and moderately infected

patients.

The hospital authorities have readied 100 beds at

the CCC on the sprawling campus at Tambaram Sanatorium.

"Special Siddha treatment with standard allopathic

care will be provided to the mild and moderate COVID-19

patients," NIS director Prof.Dr R Meenakumari said on

Thursday.

She said that it has been noticed that certain

patients who test positive progress to severe stage within

three or four days.

"Its aimed at reducing the condition of patients

turning into severe illness," the Director added.

On Thursday a team of officials including

Chengalpattu district collector A John Louis and Dr

Meenakumari, inspected the CCC at the NIS.

Patients will be advised to follow a regular

routine starting with Siddhar yogam daily morning at 6.30 am

followed by Siddha regimen based on presenting complaints.PTI

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Disclaimer :- This story has not been edited by Outlook staff and is auto-generated from news agency feeds. Source: PTI

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