Take A Tour Of The CTICC Temporary Hospital

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To cope with the demands of Covid-19, the CTICC has undergone a transformation and is now housing a Temporary Hospital. Now, you can take a tour of this hospital. 

The Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC) has been transformed into a temporary hospital to meet the demands of Covid-19. 

On Tuesday, Premier of Western Cape Alan Winde done a walk-through of the Temporary Hospital and has said that the Western Cape is ready to move to level 3.

The Temporary Hospital is scheduled to open up on 8 June and has 862 beds available. This hospital will be used for Intermediate Care patients who are stable, but too sick to stay at home.

It will be equipped with technologies that will allow patients to stay in contact with their loved ones. 

The WC Premier has said, "Another 330 beds will be made available at a temporary hospital at Brakengate, 150 at the Cape Winelands Sonstraal Hospital, 68 at the Khayelitsha Thusong Centre, and 30 additional beds at Tygerberg hospital".

 

 

 


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