Srinagar: Doctors and Paramedical staff across the hospitals in Kashmir are in catch 22 situation after their counterparts of JVC have been asked for strict home quarantine who had come in contact with a Coronavirus affected person from Hyderpora who died this morning.
According to an order issued by coordinator SKIMS MC and hospital Dr Numan Wani, ” as reported by the HOD chest medicine SKIMS medical college hospital Bemina that a patient resident of Hyderpora reported to the hospital emergency with complaints of fever, cough and running nose with the travel history to Andaman Nicobar. The basic investigation were done here and the patient were referred to SKIMS soura as per the directions of HOD chest medicine on the same day.”
“Today the understanding received a telephonic call and was apprised that the patient is having a high viral load. The matter was immediately discussed with the HoD general medicine and chest medicine and it was informed that by the following employees had direct contact the patient during his stay at hospital. The matter was brought into the notice of district administration immediately,” order added.
The HOD chest medicine has advised strict home Quarantine for these employees, it further reads.
The 13 employees who had come in direct contact include doctors, paramedic staff.