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Published by: Shikha Pandey
Updated May 30, 2021 8:44 AM IST

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Ramprakash was referred to the Higher Center from the Community Health Center. The family reached KGMC Lucknow by government ambulance. The relatives claim that they were not treated properly there.

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The patient, referred by CHC Farrukhabad on suspicion of black fungus, was kept on an emergency stretcher at KGMC Lucknow for three days. The patient’s relatives announced that, despite the negative corona test report, she was not transferred to the ward. Only one bottle was offered in the name of the treatment. Black fungus was also not tested.
Ramprakash, a 61-year-old retired telecommunications worker from Bhatpura Village, was referred to the Higher Center from the community health center on Wednesday afternoon. The family reached KGMC Lucknow by government ambulance. The relatives claim that they were not treated properly there. Worried about this, they returned home on Friday evening. His son Avneesh said that his father’s condition is now improving. Before I came here, I had taken medicine from a house builder.

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The patient, referred by CHC Farrukhabad on suspicion of black fungus, was kept on an emergency stretcher at KGMC Lucknow for three days. The patient’s relatives announced that, despite the negative corona test report, she was not transferred to the ward. Only one bottle was offered in the name of the treatment. Black fungus was also not tested.

Ramprakash, a 61-year-old retired telecommunications worker from Bhatpura Village, was referred to the Higher Center from the community health center on Wednesday afternoon. The family reached KGMC Lucknow by government ambulance. The relatives claim that they were not treated properly there. Worried about this, they returned home on Friday evening. His son Avneesh said that his father’s condition is now improving. Before I came here, I had taken medicine from a house builder.

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