Gobi River Hospital in eastern India has reopened after a three-month shut down due to an ongoing outbreak of salmonella, according to a press release.
The hospital was temporarily closed on February 14 due to the salmonelliosis outbreak.
“The hospital is ready to serve all the patients,” said a spokesperson for the Gobi Development Authority.
“We are working on our logistics.
All the patients are in the hospital, and they are safe and sound.”
Gobi River hospital is one of a number of health facilities across the country that have been targeted by the spread of salivary infection in the last year.
In December, the Delhi government shut down four medical centres for the last two months due to a high number of cases of salivation in patients, as reported by the Hindustan Times.