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Occupancy dives, hosps reel under huge losses


With occupancy plummeting from 90-95 p.c to just about 20 p.c for the reason that starting of the lockdown, non-public and corporate hospitals are reeling underneath main losses and are taking measures to chop down overhead prices. Some are even renegotiating leases and deferring payments on leases. Even once the lockdown is lifted hospitals are watching Four-6 months of minimal occupancy, due to social distancing norms and say that availability of hospital beds should be halved.


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