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Corporates join hands in fight against Covid-19, make quarantine centers

Firms to set up isolation rooms, led by Apollo Hospitals

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Integrated healthcare major Apollo Hospitals on Monday said it was launching an initiative called ‘Project Stay I’ to create quarantine and isolation facilities for coronavirus patients.

Viveat Susan PintoGireesh Babu Mumbai/Chennai
Quarantine facilities are rapidly becoming important as Covid-19 cases steadily mount in India. The issue acquires significance given the acute shortage of beds and rooms to handle confirmed and suspect Covid-19 patients.
 
Integrated healthcare major Apollo Hospitals on Monday said it was launching an initiative called ‘Project Stay I’ to create quarantine and isolation facilities for coronavirus patients.
 
Part of its ‘Project Kavach’ programme launched on Thursday, the initiative has been supported by a number of corporate, financial and hospitality majors, making it the first of its kind in the country.
 
Under the initiative, Oyo, Lemon Tree and Ginger Hotels

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First Published: Mar 30 2020 | 10:03 PM IST

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