Kindi Kings Hospital to be converted into Corona Treatment Center – Minister Ma Subramaniam

Minister Ma Subramaniam said plans are afoot to convert the Kindi Kings Hospital back into a corona treatment center.

Minister Ma Subramaniam cut the ribbon and inaugurated the maintenance center of a private car company in Chennai Kindi. The event was attended by Deputy Mayor Mahesh Kumar. Later, Minister Ma Subramanian spoke to the media …


The spread of corona is increasing daily from 50 thousand to one lakh in various countries around the world. Similarly, in places like Maharashtra and Delhi, the incidence has increased by 50 per cent in the last 24 hours.

According to Omigron, there are seven types of infections, including PA-1 2 3. Currently the virus is most prevalent in PA4, 5 strains. In Tamil Nadu, 1600 people were infected in a single day yesterday.

In particular, 92 percent of individuals are treated in isolation at home. And only 8 percent of people are being treated in hospital. Arrangements are being made to increase the Corona Care Center as per the Chief Minister’s instruction to treat those who do not have home isolation facility through hospitalization.


While Rajiv Gandhi, Stanley, Chennai is being treated privately for corona at government hospitals including Kilpauk, plans are afoot to relocate the corona treatment center back to King’s Hospital in Kindi.

The incidence of infections in the current environment is increasing but the risk of death is low. Similarly the public should be very careful as the infection is spreading fast. School children in particular need to see a doctor immediately if they have any problems, including colds and flu. Parents need to pay close attention to their children going to school.

In Chennai, more than three persons out of 122 places are affected. Especially in those places where notices are pasted on behalf of the corporation and monitored.


Despite the increasing incidence of the disease in Tamil Nadu, there are currently no new restrictions. Enough if people are careful. He said that the last batch of medical students who studied medicine in the Tamil Nadu syllabus without NEET examination in 2016 have won 3 gold medals and they are to meet and greet from today for the first time.



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