Bengaluru: 3 reactivated CCCs likely to admit Covid-19 patients from Mar 24


Team Udayavani, Mar 23, 2021, 11:14 AM IST

Bengaluru: Three Covid Care Centers (CCCs) in the city which the government decided to reactivate due to the steady daily hike in new Covid-19 cases since the beginning of March are likely to admit asymptomatic patients from Wednesday, March 24.

“Three Covid Care Centres will be operational in Bengaluru this week. We can contain the second wave if people co-operate,” Health Minister Sudhakar said.

According to BBMP officers, the CCCs that have been opened are at Haj Bhavan (200 beds), HAL Ghatage Convention Centre (186 beds), and National Games Village Koramangala (200 beds).

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