India, Nov. 16 -- At least 75% of the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) beds in Gurugram hospitals have been reserved for critical coronavirus disease (Covid-19) patients, according to an order issued by the district administration on Monday.

Amit Khatri, deputy commissioner (DC), Gurugram, also issued directives to reserve 50% of the general beds in at least 42 private hospitals for moderately ill Covid-19 patients.

So far, 35% of beds in hospitals were reserved for patients, who had contracted SARS-CoV-2, which causes Covid-19.

The hospital beds include both in the general category and those in the ICU fitted with ventilator.

Earlier in September, the reserved bed capacity was increased from 25% to 35%.

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