According to The Herald, these are some of the key developments at Wilkins Hospitals that are supposed to have been complete in time for the hospital’s reopening tomorrow:
- Four of the seven anticipated ventilators for the Intensive Care Unit have since been delivered to the isolation centre, with installation expected to be done today.
- Ordinary lightning has been replaced with LED fluorescent lambs with between eight and sixteen power points in each room.
- Solar-powered power back-up has also been installed.
- Apart from Harare water, an additional borehole will be set up today to ensure a consistent supply of tap water.
- Traditional crosshead taps have also been replaced with the elbow type across all rooms.
- A nurses station with new furniture and a CCTV connected to each room has also been established for easy monitoring of patients.
- The outside outlook for the hospital has also been enhanced with freshly painted outlook.
More: The Herald