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Without oxygen supply, a patient dies in the ambulance

Without oxygen supply, a patient dies in the ambulance

As per subtleties of the case accessible from legitimate sources, Bikash Ranjan Paul (62), a helpless tailor by calling an inhabitant of Manughat in Dhalai area, had gone for COVID test in the neighbourhood essential wellbeing community (PHC)  with his young child Pritam Paul. Bikash was found COVID-positive around 11-00 AM nevertheless the dad child needed to hold up till 3-00 preceding ambulance over-burden with five different patients at the expense of social distancing was accessible and they began for Agartala. Be that as it may, as the emergency vehicle began climbing the sloping segment of Longtarai Bikash had cut off breathing issue however his hapless child Pritam needed to just look on as there was no specialist in the emergency vehicle to operationalise oxygen chamber. Heaving for breath Bikash gradually and horrendously slipped into interminable rest before the eyes of his own child after the emergency vehicle had halted before the Panchayati Raj Institute COVID care focus on the way. However, there was nobody to pack the dead body for sending it to the state's central's COVID care in Agartala's GBP emergency hospital. At last, the custom experience was over as Bikash's body was packed in GBP COVID care community for removal. Pritam late mournfully advised media people that, as indicated by Dr Chitan Debbarma , Chief Medical Officer of Dhalai , Bikash had endured an unexpected fall of pulse and ensuing lack of oxygen in the body before capitulating to death.


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