A full-fledged pattern assortment centre for COVID-19 testing might come up on the Manasagangotri campus of University of Mysore because the district administration needs to ramp up testing right here to comprise the unfold of the an infection.
Vice-Chancellor G. Hemantha Kumar advised The Hindu that the district health officer had visited the campus and mentioned about having a centre that might acquire almost 500 swab samples a day. The samples collected could be despatched to the respective testing labs for RT-PCR testing.
“The district administration wanted we have a sample collection centre. Anybody can give their swabs for the test. As of now, a small sample centre is functioning on the campus. The facilities and other logistics required for the expanding the centre was discussed with the DHO,” he stated.
Meanwhile, on the tutorial council assembly right here on Wednesday, the V-C stated the college will discover the chances of creating a COVID-19 care centre on the campus for housing any contaminated college students.
“We can have a facility with eight to ten beds for isolating the students infected with COVID-19. As of now, there are no students on the campus. If need be, the university will set up such a facility in the interest of students,” he stated.
Some members on the assembly stated the campuses might resume lessons eventually relying the Centre’s advisory. When the lessons resume and college students flip up, the college ought to put together itself to face the pandemic and assist the scholars, they instructed.