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PMC sets up medical cells in hospitals

PUNE: The civic body has arrange medical support cells at its hospitals and has made preparations to offer first support kits as well as ambulances to election centres with the purpose to successfully tackle emergencies all the way through the polling on April 23 and 29.

The measures had been undertaken through the Pune Municipal Corproation (PMC) to increase suggested hospital therapy to workers and voters on the polling booths. “We have deployed two ambulances with doctors in eight designated spaces. The first support kits had been distributed to 552 polling stations,” mentioned Sanjeev Wavare, assistant medical officer of well being, PMC.

“If a person wishes hospitalisation even after receiving first support, then he or she will also be immediately moved to a close-by medical institution,” Wavare mentioned.

In case of emergencies, voters and sales space officers can touch the medical helpline number — 020-25501449

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