- Rise in cases day by day in the country.
- For providing immediate housing for migrants who are to be tested for corona in the most affected states such as Maharashtra, TN, UP and Delhi are demanding more mattress for hospital and isolation beds in government and private hospitals.
- Special buses and trains has started for migrant workers, pilgrims, tourists and students. All of them shall be tested for Covid-19 and needs to be quarantine, thereby surging the demand for mattress.
- India is currently facing acute shortage of beds to treat Covid–19 patients.
Friday, 8 May 2020
“Mattress brands have been booking record orders due to mushrooming Covid- 19 facilities!”
The Corona virus pandemic has badly hit the world and India in all respect i.e economically, socially, monetarily etc.
India has reported till date 56, 342 cases and worldwide there are 3.85 million cases reported.
There are 19,810 government hospitals in rural areas with 279,588 beds and 3,772 government hospitals in urban areas with 431,173 beds. More than 70% of India’s population lives in rural areas, where there are 25,650 primary health centres, 156,231 sub-centres and 5,624 community health centres.
According to the National Health Profile 2018 report, there are 23,582 government hospitals with 710,761 beds in India, while the private sector accounts for 72% hospitals and 60% of hospital beds.
At the onset of the pandemic, India had readied 124,294 isolation beds and 29,810 ICU beds. This has gone up with states building facilities to house migrants and creating infrastructure.
Demand for mattress is rising due to following:
Due to above factors the leading brand mattress Sleepwell and Kurlon are have been booking record orders for mattress. In order to support the nation against pandemic these mattress brands are taking all possible measures in supplying hygienic mattress to the states that are in the most need of quarantine beds. Materials were sent to Uttar Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Odisha, Bihar, Delhi, including the quarantine center at AIIMS.
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