Guwahati, NFAPost: The Centre for Cellular and Molecular Platforms (C-CAMP) announces the inauguration of a 50 oxygenated bed facility at Dimapur District Hospital in Nagaland

According to C-CAMP Director Thaslim Arif, the initiative rapidly augment hospital beds across the country of emergency preparedness such as COVID-19 pandemic.

“This project at Dimapur has been successfully completed with the generous support of the Novo Nordisk Foundation (NNF), Denmark. We inaugurated the facility on 28th February,” said C-CAMP Director Thaslim Arif.

This rapid augmentation of healthcare infrastructure in India has been done with guidance from the Office of the Principal Scientific Advisor, Govt of India, Invest India, and Danish Embassy in India.

The newly built hospital was inaugurated by Hon’ble Minister of Health & Family Welfare Nagaland, S. Pangnyu Phom, Danish Ambassador to India Freddy Svane, Counsellor for Science, Innovation and Higher Education at Embassy of Denmark in India Jakob Williams Oerberg and Invest India Vice President Rahul Nayar.

Announced while India was reeling under a vicious, lethal Second Wave, the collaboration’s primary aim is to address inadequate advanced public healthcare facilities across India, including underserved states.

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