For Prince Kovis, the office of Prince Shrut Khan was transformed into an intensive care unit

Bollywood actor Shah Rukh Khan is in Mumbai. It has an office in Kha area. The office has now been converted into an intensive care unit for COVID-19 patients, according to Filmfare.

Earlier in April, Sharut Khan and his wife Gauri Khan announced that their office space had been transformed into a Quarantine Facility for COVID-19 patients with the help of the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation. Then, in mid-July, it was reported that the intensive care unit had undergone reform and relocated patients who had been quarantined.

With the help of his Meer Foundation, Hinduja Hospital and the BMC, Prince Sharut Khan has been treating patients in a 15-bed intensive care unit since August 8.

“Respirators and equipment for life-threatening patients,” he said. Oxygen tubes; It is equipped with respiratory oxygen machines and oxygen cylinders. This service will be provided by Hinduja Hospital under the guidance of BMC, ”said Anvinech Supi, a doctor at Hinduja Hospital.

Previously, 66 patients were quarantined at the office of Prince Shah Rukh Khan. Fifty-four people were discharged after recovering from the virus, and 12 were evacuated before being rehabilitated as intensive care units.

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