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Mysuru District In-Charge minister reviews Covid-19 situation, instructed officials to be more vigilant

Mysuru, Sep 5 (UNI) District In-Charge Minister S T Somashekar has instructed the Mysuru city officials to be more vigilant to bring down the virus cases in the city, which has been the second most affected city after Bengaluru.
Speaking at the review meeting here, he said that there was complaint on the cleanliness of the hospitals.
More cautions on those who have taking home isolations and there should not be any complaint about the treatments of these patients. All private hospitals should abide by the government guidelines only and no patient should not be denied the beds, if they violated it, actions should be taken against them, he said
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