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CMRI's medical support during WC

KOLKATA: The Calcutta Medical Research Institute (CMRI), a leading hospital in the city, has joined hands with the Cricket Association of Bengal to provide medical support to spectators during the three World Cup matches to be played at the Eden Gardens here on March 15, 18 and 20.

Critical care ambulances along with a consultant and para medical support staff will be on duty to cover any eventuality during all international, Ranji Trophy, IPL matches

The hospital will also provide healthcare need to Bengal cricketers for period of one year. All Bengal players across all age groups will be covered under this arrangement. There will be one bed free for Bengal, National and international players at the hospital.

The CMRI will also cover the members of the CAB who will get good discounts for different pathological tests. — Special Correspondent

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