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B’luru pvt hospitals body to challenge order on 80% beds for COVID-19


Team Udayavani, Apr 23, 2021, 7:07 PM IST

Bengaluru: Recently, Health Minister Dr. K Sudhakar announced that the government will mandate that private hospitals reserve 80% of beds in all hospitals across Bengaluru

Now, the Private Hospitals and Nursing Homes Association president,  Dr. HM Prasanna said that they will take legal recourse to challenge the Karnataka government’s order

He added that private hospitals have still not received their payments dues from the first COVID-19 wave and cannot survive 80% reservation this time. “We will approach the HC soon,” he said.

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