Indian Army has taken over the largest quarantine center in the country


New Delhi: The Indian Army has taken responsibility for the comfort of the medical staff of the Delhi Government, the largest quarantine center in Narela in Delhi. Army spokesman Colonel Aman Anand said on Sunday that the Delhi government's medical staff will only look after the camp at night.

Since April 1st, a 6-member medical staff has been appointed at the Quarantine Center. Twelve suspects belonging to the Tabligh church have been placed there. The Delhi government built that quarantine center in mid-March.

There could be up to 120 people. The Center said the government is changing its strategy to find suspects in as many areas as hotspots. The army took charge of the Quarantine Center on April 7. There are currently 4 staff members at the quarantine center. Of them, 5 are medical officers and 4 are paramedical staff.

The center has more than 120 coronary suspects, most of them belonging to the Nizamuddin Tabligh church. The army will watch their work from 8am to 8pm. The quarantine center will then be looked after by the Delhi government medical staff.

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