COVID-19 Patients In India Keep Running Away From Hospitals

Harin - Sep 18, 2020


COVID-19 Patients In India Keep Running Away From Hospitals

In the past seven months, over 100 COVID-19 patients in India have run away from designated care facilities, citing improper facilities.

On September 10, in Uttar Pradesh, India, two COVID-19 patients who had previously been accused of rape, escaped from a hospital where they were receiving treatment. The patients broke a window in the bathroom and fled from the facility at around 4 am.

The Superintendent of Police, Anil Mittal, said that the police enforcement caught the men on the same day. They were then taken back to the hospital.

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Over 100 patients in India have run away from designated care facilities.

In the past seven months, over 100 COVID-19 patients in India have run away from designated care facilities.

Just last week, in Nagpur, five COVID-19 patients tried to flee from a government hospital. They were caught when attempting to board a train.

In August, in Gujarat, using a rope made using bedsheets, a COVID-19 positive convicted prisoner tried to escape from a care center.

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At least 100 patients tried to escape from a hospital, saying they weren’t giving water, proper food, and treatment.

Leading epidemiologist, Dr. Jayaprakash Muliyil, blamed the poor communication of the hospitals and the doctors for creating a negative environment.

In Assam, a northeastern state in India, at least 100 patients tried to escape from a hospital, saying they weren’t giving water, proper food, and treatment.

In Maharashtra, in a quarantine facility, 28 people ran away, citing improper facilities. Most of the runaway cases were because of the inadequate healthcare facilities in the country.

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Most of the runaway cases were because of the inadequate healthcare facilities in the country.

At the moment, Indian is the second-most affected country by COVID-19 with the second-highest number of cases. It took only 13 days for the country to reach one million cases.

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