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Published : 17. June 2020 1:53:32

Covida patient, coronavirus case, Rajawadi Hospital Morgue, Mumbai News, Indian Express News

Covida test 19 for the cremation was later positive for the virus. After the organization of the ambulance was delayed, the family went to the hospital on the 7th. June went to the hospital to pick up the body, but was told it couldn’t be found. (Alternative)

More than a week after the body of a 27-year-old murder victim, who later tested positive for Covid-19, disappeared from Rajawadi Hospital in Gatkopara, it was found at the hospital morgue on Monday, police said.

On the third. In Deonar, on 6 June, a man was reportedly stabbed to death by his cousins when he was taken to Rajawadi hospital. The Covid-19 test prior to combustion then showed that he was positive for the virus. After the organization of the ambulance was delayed, the family went to the hospital on the 7th. June went to the hospital to pick up the body, but was told it couldn’t be found.

The last two weeks have been terrible. My brother was killed first. Then the hospital in Rajawadi found a positive result on Kovid-19, so we were told to make arrangements to bury him, said the older brother of a 27-year-old man, an employee of Zarif.

It took us a few days to find a counsellor who can take over the body of the Covid-19 patient. When we finally found him, and on the 7th. June went to the hospital to pick up the body, it turned out the hospital had lost his body. How can a body disappear from a morgue? He asked.

Shortly afterwards his mother had to be hospitalized because of her illness. She stopped eating and eventually had to be transferred to the hospital. In the meantime, the police took our statement and registered the PHAR at the hospital. The doctors at the hospital, the police and we searched for my brother’s body in the morgue, but we couldn’t find it, he said.

According to her brother, even when they were looking for a corpse in the hospital morgue, there was a corpse that wasn’t in the freezer and had broken down badly.

We looked at him, but we couldn’t identify him, he said. On Monday the police reported that it was the same body that had been identified as that of his brother.

My brother’s middle toe, like my mother’s and mine, was bigger than an inch. Besides, he had an accident two years ago and had to have a chip placed in his leg. The X-ray confirms the presence of a chip in the leg on the body. The middle toe was also very long, the brother said.

The hospital sent a DNA sample on Monday. The result should take more than a week.

Since 90 percent of the body had decomposed, we decided to continue the funeral on Tuesday, said the brother, who also works in Dawn.

While calls and messages to the dean of Rajawadi hospital, Vidya Takur, remained unanswered, Chief Inspector Sushil Kambl of Tilak-Nagara Police Station said that there had been negligence on the part of hospital staff and that he was in the process of identifying the persons to be indicted by the TFG, which in this case was announced on 10 October. The month of June has been recorded.

BMS had previously indicated that it had opened an investigation into the incident.

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