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COVID patient dies in MP after ward boy allegedly removes oxygen support

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COVID patient dies in MP after ward boy allegedly removes oxygen support

COVID patient dies in MP after ward boy allegedly removes oxygen support

A COVID-19 patient died in ICU ward of Shivpuri District Hospital after a ward boy allegedly removed the oxygen planted.

Anguished at the demise, family of deceased created ruckus in the hospital premises and urged for a probe in the matter.

A team of 3 doctors has been formed by the Superintendent of the Medical College to look into the matter and submit the report within 48 hours following which appropriate action will be taken.

Family is adamant on not cremating the body until justice is served.


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