Policeman dies in Mumbai from Kovid-19, many hospitals have refused to enroll

by Jeremy Spirogis
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Mumbai. A 57-year-old head constable of the Mumbai Police died on Monday from Kovid-19 (Covid-19). These have been the third policemen who misplaced their lives since Saturday. An official gave this data.

Another officer claimed that the pinnacle constable was present process therapy at KEM Hospital in Parel after refusing to be admitted to a number of authorities hospitals. He was employed in Kurla Traffic Division.

He claimed, 'On feeling fever, he first went to Rajawadi Hospital in Ghatkopar on Friday. There, the medical doctors advised him to go to Kasturba Hospital, which is the principle middle for therapy of the sufferers of an infection. <! –

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                 There too he was refused admission and after that he went to Nayyar Hospital, which requested him to go to KEM Hospital.

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The officer stated that once more when the pinnacle constable was requested to go to Kasturba hospital, the senior inspector of Kurla visitors division intervened and acquired him admitted to KEM.

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He stated that the pinnacle constable was discovered contaminated on Friday. Earlier on Saturday, one constable and one policeman died on Sunday.

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