The court issued the direction on the plea of a JNU student who had claimed that to her "utter shock" the quarantine centre was unhygienic and no facilities were given to the patients.
Three migrants who had tested positive for Covid-19 and were isolated at a school at Ghodansh panchayat of Naugaon block, escaped in an inebriated condition on Thursday.
According to Sonika Srivastava, IIT Roorkee media cell in-charge, the student was admitted to the centre on April 11 after coming in primary contact with another student who had tested positive.
The bench was hearing a petition taken up suo motu (on its own) last year on the issue of the COVID-19 pandemic and the condition of hospitals.
With Covid care centres shut down across Ernakulam, infected patients who opt to stay at such centres are being put up at crowded first-line treatment centres without basic amenities.
The statement came after a series of videos of doctors and para-medical staffers went viral on Thursday in which they alleged that the fans were not working at the quarantine centre.