The commissioner of Bengaluru civic physique has available an unconditional apology to the relatives of the COVID-19 patient who died at his home immediately after ready for an ambulance for almost two hours.
BH Anil Kumar fulfilled with the family of the 55-calendar year-previous man and apologised on behalf of the civic human body Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike or BBMP.
“Supplied an unconditional apology on behalf of the #BBMP as our workers could have taken care of the problem in a greater way. ” tweeted the commissioner of the BBMP.
Satisfied the loved ones of the Covid victim in Gavipuram who was still left unattended on the roadside. Available an unconditional apology???? on behalf of the #BBMP as our staff members could have taken care of the predicament in a much better way. Attraction to citizens not to stigmatise Covid19 patients & families. pic.twitter.com/S87DiFl5SU
— B.H.Anil Kumar,IAS (@BBMPCOMM) July 4, 2020
In one of the photographs tweeted by Mr Kumar, he can been found standing with folded palms in entrance of the Covid patient’s family members.
In the same tweet, he appealed to the citizens not to stigmatise “COVID-19 people and their families.
The person was receiving procedure at his house just after creating respiratory challenges, his wife said. Having said that, as his COVID-19 report came favourable and condition worsened, his wife knowledgeable the medical center and requested an ambulance.
As the ambulance was acquiring late, his loved ones customers made a decision to acquire him to the medical center by an autorickshaw, however, he collapsed on the road as quickly as he stepped out of his dwelling.
Previously in the day, the Bengaluru civic body commissioner had mentioned that a probe will be ordered into the incident.
The minister in-cost for the coronavirus crisis, R Ashok, mentioned that demanding action will be taken towards those dependable.
The number of positive instances has enhanced manifolds in excess of a week in Bengaluru.
Karnataka has 19,710 verified COVID-19 cases so much, of which 293 are fatalities connected to the infectious virus. On Friday the condition described 1,694 new situations – its most significant solitary-day spike – with 994 of all those detected in Bengaluru (urban) by itself.
The spike in cases has prompted the govt to implement a entire lockdown (on Sundays only) commencing July 5. The conclusion was taken at a conference identified as by the Main Minister previous Sunday.