There are at least 203 dedicated COVID-19 hospitals in West Bengal - government and private - with 23,947 beds, the official said.
Meanwhile, the COVID-19 toll climbed to 18,641 in the state on Saturday with 12 more fatalities, officials said.
Educational institutions have been closed in the state since the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic in March last year.
He said the vaccine crisis in the state has been compounded by the system of handing over tokens to people "close to the TMC" while waiting for their turn in queues.
Nadda also claimed that "organised post-poll violence" is taking place in the state and though it has a woman chief minister, women are facing atrocities.
The state is planning to reverse the gender ratio in the 26,000 COVID beds at state-run and private hospitals, Director of Health Services Ajay Chakraborty told PTI.
The government is also thinking of allowing shopping malls to open with 25 per cent workforce after the ongoing Covid related restrictions come to an end on June 15.
On February 26, when the Election Commission announced the poll dates, West Bengal's number of active Covid cases was just 3,343, while it stood at 1.32 lakh, a near 40-fold increase, on Saturday.
Mamata Banerjee dedicated her party's resounding victory to the people of the state.
The first such train arrived in Delhi from Chhattisgarh carrying 70 tonnes of liquid medical oxygen.
The order also restricted operations of other commercial establishments other than those dealing with essential services.
The figures showing a stark scenario in West Bengal have been released even as the Centre and the ruling BJP have come under massive criticism for holding huge rallies in the state.
Modi, during his monthly radio broadcast 'Mann ki baat' earlier in the day, said that the COVID-19 "storm" has shaken the country, and urged people to get vaccinated.
The move followed several members of the university faculty and other staff being infected with the virus in past couple of days as the varsity had opened its administrative building
At least 2,04,516 people were inoculated in West Bengal, an official of the health department said adding that 97,75,152 people were vaccinated so far.