SBI is going to make temporary COVID Hospital in the most COVID affected areas. In this, facility of ICU will also be available.
Due to the increasing outbreak of corona, people have to wander for treatment. Their problems have increased due to non-availability of beds in hospitals. In such a situation, the country’s largest bank SBI has extended a helping hand. The bank will build a temporary COVID Hospital at a cost of Rs 30 crore. It will have the facility of about 1000 beds.
SBI is building temporary hospitals in the most affected states of the country. There will be treatment of Covid-19 patients. ICU facility will also be available here. In this regard, SBI Chairman Dinesh Kumar Khara says that the bank has already put an amount of 30 crores for this work. He along with the NGO and the hospital management are engaged in preparing them.
Hospitals will be set up in COVID-affected states
SBI Bank will build a temporary hospital in the most corona affected states. It will have the facility of 50 ICU beds. While the other will have the facility of 1,000 beds. Some places may have 120 beds, while elsewhere a hospital with 150 beds can be built.
Also combine to provide oxygen
The State Bank is also tying up with government hospitals and non-governmental organizations to provide oxygen for Corona patients. 70 crore has been kept for this. Apart from this, the bank is providing treatment facilities to its employees and their family members on priority.
Video KYC facility to open an account
SBI had recently started the facility of opening an account through video KYC on the mobile banking app YONO. Through this facility, customers will be able to open their account in State Bank of India (SBI) without going to the branch. This digital initiative powered by Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Facial Recognition Technology is a contactless and paperless process.
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