During high-voltage matches, two hospitals with 12 beds including semi-ICU with doctors, nurses and medical help desks will also be set up: Spectators will get free mineral water from 45 counters.
During the opening match of the World Cup played at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad on October 5, some spectators were given first aid in an ambulance due to distress.
ICC Men’s Cricket between India and Pakistan World CupThe most interesting and high-voltage one-day match is scheduled to be played at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad on Saturday. More than one lakh spectators are coming to enjoy the match in an exciting atmosphere. For the first time, two 12-bed temporary hospitals have been set up in the stadium to keep their health in mind. Will be done. Not only this, a total of 6 ambulances will also be kept ready along with doctors, nurses and semi-ICU (Intensive Care Unit).
Talking about the fact that some more medical facilities have to be made available as a large number of spectators are going to watch the match, Gujarat Cricket Association Secretary Anil Patel told ‘Mid-Day’ that if any health problem arises during the India-Pakistan match, the audience will be treated. Therefore, two temporary hospitals are being built in the stadium. One hospital will have 6 beds, so there will be a total of 12 beds in two hospitals. Ambulance facilities are available during the match, but a total of 6 ambulances will be kept in the stadium for this match. Some of the 6 ambulances will be semi-ICCU ambulances, so that immediate treatment is available in any situation. Apart from this, a total of 6 medical desks will also be set up in the stadium.
Spectators will get free mineral water
He said that ‘Gujarat Association will provide free mineral water to the audience. GCA has 48 RO plants and 45 water counters will be set up in the stadium, from where spectators will get free mineral water.’
The gate will be opened
Anil Patel further said that ‘We have tried our best to execute the instructions received by BCCI and ICC regarding the match between India and Pakistan. Jaibhai Shah has campaigned for the match to be played successfully and GCA has made all arrangements for the match and is ready to play the match in a peaceful atmosphere. On the day of the match, the gates of the stadium will be opened at 16:00 in the morning and entry will be given to the spectators, so that the spectators can enter the stadium peacefully. In this match, the cricketers invited by BCCI are likely to come to watch the match and other celebrities may also come. However, we have not received any such list yet.’