Out of the total 749 COVID-19 deaths reported across Gujarat so far, as many as 351 patients succumbed to the disease in the Ahmedabad civil hospital located in Aswara area, as per the data shared by the city civic body.
Ahmedabad: Nearly 50 percent of the absolute coronavirus contamination passings in Gujarat so far have been accounted for from the Ahmedabad common clinic, procuring it the questionable qualification of being the “COVID-19 memorial park”.
Out of the absolute 749 COVID-19 passings detailed across Gujarat up until this point, upwards of 351 patients surrendered to the sickness in the Ahmedabad common emergency clinic situated in the Aswara region, according to to the information shared by the city body, announced news organization Press Trust of India.
The other government offices where coronavirus patients are being treated in Ahmedabad are the Sola common medical clinic and the Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel (SVP) Hospital.
The primary common clinic, situated in Asarwa territory, is considered as one of the greatest municipal run clinical offices in Asia. It has apportioned 1,200 beds to treat COVID-19 patients.
Till Wednesday, 351 COVID-19 patients kicked the bucket at the common clinic in Aswara while 338 have so far been released from that point after recuperation, as indicated by information given by the Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation.
Additionally, 120 patients kicked the bucket in SVP Hospital while 935 have been given release from that point.
At Sola common clinic, 29 COVID-19 patients have so far kicked the bucket and 53 have recuperated from the infection.
Congress MLA from Ahmedabad Gyasuddin Shaikh on Tuesday brought up issues on the high mortality and low release rate at the common clinic and looked for the intercession of the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) in the issue.
In a letter to the NHRC, Mr. Shaikh affirmed that carelessness and ill-advised treatment is given to COVID-19 patients in the Ahmedabad common medical clinic are prompting a high number of passings.
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