Shutdown of Medical College Gate – Security guards returning patients from Rouhelkhand Medical College Gate due to lack of oxygen

Bareilly. After seven corona infectants died in a single day, the lock that was installed on the main gate of Ruhelkhand Medical College on Thursday did not open for the third day on Saturday. Also on Saturday, many patients who came to the medical college were brought back from the gate by security guards, saying that oxygen and beds were not available.
Seven corona infections died on Thursday at Ruhelkhand Medical College, after which the main gate was closed. After that, many patients returned from here. On Saturday, Mamta, a patient brought from Sonbhadra in an ambulance in critical condition, was stopped by security personnel stationed at the gate. Timamtar Meharban Singh from Mamta informed security personnel that the patient in the ambulance is receiving oxygen assistance and that his condition is very serious. Even so, the security staff refused to open the gate, saying that there was no oxygen or no beds available.
Meherban Singh told security personnel that the patient’s corona was not infected but the matter had not arisen. On Friday, two infected corona that had reached Ruhelkhand Medical College by ambulance were held at the gate for about four hours. Both had oxygen backup, but security did not allow them to enter. He was recruited after a police operation.

Bareilly. After seven corona infectants died in a single day, the lock that was installed on the main gate of Ruhelkhand Medical College on Thursday did not open for the third day on Saturday. Also on Saturday, many patients who came to the medical college were brought back from the gate by security guards, saying that oxygen and beds were not available.

Seven corona infections died on Thursday at Ruhelkhand Medical College, after which the main gate was closed. After that, many patients returned from here. On Saturday, Mamta, a patient brought from Sonbhadra in an ambulance in critical condition, was stopped by security personnel stationed at the gate. Mamta’s Timamtar Meharban Singh told security personnel that the patient was receiving oxygen assistance in the ambulance and that his condition was very serious. Even so, the security staff refused to open the gate, saying that there was no oxygen or beds available here.

Meherban Singh told security personnel that the patient’s corona was not infected but the matter had not arisen. On Friday, two infected corona that had reached Ruhelkhand Medical College by ambulance were held at the gate for about four hours. Both had oxygen backup, but security did not allow them to enter. He was recruited after a police operation.

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