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Madras HC Directs Procurement of Additional Stretchers to House Patients in Corridors - (14 May 2021)

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Madras High Court has directed that additional stretchers by government hospitals be procured to house patients in corridors and other places available, underlining that this is a war-like situation where treatment has to be afforded to all who need the same. The Court has taken up its own-motion petition relating to monitoring the COVID-19 response in the state of Tamil Nadu & Puducherry.

Tags : MADRAS HIGH COURT   PROCUREMENT OF ADDITIONAL STRETCHERS  

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