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"Give a bed or kill him": Covid-19 patient's son in Maharashtra

By Rajan Nath -- April 15, 2021 11:46 am -- Updated:April 15, 2021 11:56 am

Coronavirus Maharashtra Chandrapur: In a heart-wrenching incident, a man from Maharashtra, who was trying to get medical help for his father, pleased to "give him a hospital bed, or just kill him with an injection."

Sagar Kishore Naharshetivar was on the move since Tuesday in search of a hospital bed in Maharashtra for his father who was suffering from coronavirus.

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Coronavirus Maharashtra Chandrapur: Man, who was trying to get medical help for his father, pleased to "give him a hospital bed."

As per the report, several elderly patients in Chandrapur were seen lying in ambulances as healthcare facilities in the area were overcrowded.

Thus, all hospitals in the area were shut for 24 hours. In one such ambulance was Naharshetivar’s father who was seen coughing.

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Coronavirus Maharashtra Chandrapur: Man, who was trying to get medical help for his father, pleased to "give him a hospital bed."

Reportedly, Naharshetivar made rounds of hospitals in both Maharashtra and Telangana in a span of 24 hours but nothing worked. He said that he first went to the Warora hospital and then to Chandrapur. Later, he went to private hospitals where there were no beds.

Coronavirus Maharashtra Chandrapur: Man, who was trying to get medical help for his father, pleased to "give him a hospital bed."

After he failed to find a bed in Maharashtra, he took his father to Telangana, however, no beds were there either. Then, he brought his father back to Maharashtra and had to wait outside the hospital for a bed.

Also, the oxygen in his father’s ambulance was running out. He said “Either you gove a bed for him, or you kill him with an injection. I can't take him home like this and you have no beds available.”

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