71 crores given to compete with Kovid

Chandigarh (Trinue): With its intention and mission to counter the adverse situation and support the country, the State Bank of India (SBI) has allocated Rs 71 crore. This amount will be spent on various support measures and construction of temporary hospitals to help counter the second wave of Kovid-19. The bank allocated 30 crores for the establishment of 1,000 bedded temporary hospitals, 250 bed ICU facilities and 1,000 bed isolation facilities in the worst affected states. These facilities will be set up in collaboration with government hospitals and municipal corporations of the respective cities.


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