Man forced to carry COVID positive mother’s body on bike
A youth, with the assistance of his pal, carried the body of his mom, who reportedly examined positive for Coronavirus, on a bike from a personal hospital at Palasa-Kasibugga city to his native village Killoy on Monday, as ambulance drivers allegedly refused to shift the body.
The lady, G. Chenchula (50) was introduced to the hospital from Killoy, 20 km away from Palasa-Kasibugga city. She reportedly died even earlier than the therapy started. As she examined positive for COVID, the hospital allegedly refused to organize for an ambulance to shift the body to her native village. Left with no different possibility, the son, alongside together with his pal, carried the body on a bike.
IRCS presents providers
Meanwhile, the Indian Red Cross Society (IRCS) urged the folks in misery to contact its volunteers for help in shifting our bodies for cremation.
IRCS Chairman P. Jaganmohana Rao mentioned that IRCS had fashioned particular groups to assist the individuals who have been unable to organize automobiles and ambulances for shifting sufferers to hospitals and our bodies to crematorium.
He requested all hospitals to give the cellphone numbers of volunteers to the folks in want of ambulance providers.