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Bengaluru: ‘India’s biggest’ CCC at BIEC to shut down on Sept 15


Team Udayavani, Sep 7, 2020, 10:46 AM IST

Bengaluru: India’s biggest COVID Care Centre (CCC) facility at Bangalore International Exhibition Centre (BIEC) situated at the outskirts of the city will to shut down on September 15 due to a lesser number of patients.

The 10,100-bedded capacity, CCC, will shut down on September 15, a BBMP statement confirmed.

The furniture of the centre will be transferred to various other facilities including the Social Welfare Department hostels (2500 sets), and 1000 sets each at the Horticulture University Hostel in Bagalkot, Minority Welfare Department hostels, and GKVK in Bengaluru. The remaining sets will be distributed to government hospitals and hostels, officials added.

As per the order stating the shut down, the decision was taken after the matter was discussed with the Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa following a suggestion from the head of the CCC task force Rajender Kumar Kataria.

 

 

 

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