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Kolkata St Paul’s Mission School starts safe home

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St Paul’s Mission School on Scott Lane near Sealdah on Wednesday started a safe home with oxygen support facility, which will primarily cater to moderate-Covid patients sent by doctors of Medical College and Hospital (MCH) and NRS Medical College and Hospital. This is the first Christian school that has been converted into a Covid safe home and oxygen support centre.

Under the supervision of Bishop Paritosh Canning,head of the Kolkata Diocese of the Church of North India, which runs the 134-year-old institute, a formal tie-up was done with the two state hospitals, which were overstretched for space. Doctors of the two hospitals will start sending patients to the safe home from Thursday. The home has been equipped with beds and oxygen cylinders as well as concentrators, flow meters with humidifiers, pulse oximeters and medicines under the supervision of the two hospitals’ medical teams. A students’ body, Quarantined Student Youth Network, helped coordinate between the two hospitals and the school.
The safe home was inaugurated by Bishop Canning. “We are happy to offer our premises to the two hospitals in their corona fight,” he said. The unit has been set up in the church block of the middle school. “The students are not coming back now. So, this portion of the school could be offered to set up the safe home,” said Sanchita Biswas, principal of the school.The doctors, nurses and all medical attendants will be posted by the two hospitals.

Source: Times of India

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