Gurmeet Choudhary to open a 1000-bed hospital in Patna and Lucknow

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Gurmeet Choudhary on Sunday took to his social media platforms to announce that he will be opening an ultra-modern 1000 bed hospital in Patna and Lucknow for the common man to fight the Covid-19 pandemic.

Gurmeet wrote on his Twitter handle, “I have decided I will be opening ultra-modern 1000 bed hospital in Patna and Lucknow for the common man. Followed by other cities. Need your blessings and Support. Jai Hind. Details will be shared soon.”

Recently, the actor who is known for playing Lord Ram on the small screen had shared that inspired by Sonu Sood’s humanitarian work during the pandemic, he too wants to help people as the country deals with the second wave of the pandemic. His wife Debina Bonnerjee too had taken to her social media platforms to appeal to all that people who have recovered from Covid-19 should donate plasma for the treatment of patients who are severely ill due to the virus. She too has donated her plasma.

 

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Gurmeet and his wife Debina Bonnerjee had tested positive for the coronavirus in September 2020. The actor has been extending help to Covid patients across the country and supporting them with their plasma and oxygen needs as well as organising beds. The actor has also formed a special team and posted numbers on social media so that people can reach him easily in case they need medicines or anything else related to Covid.

Many actors from the industry like Akshay Kumar, Swara Bhaskar Bhumi Pednekar, Sonam Kapoor have come forward to extend help. While Akshay has donated money to the Gautam Gambhir Foundation to feed the needy, Bhumi Pednekar has appealed to people to donate plasma, Swara Bhaskar and Sonam Kapoor, who is in London at the moment, has been sharing collated resources on their social media platforms for people to visit in case of need.

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