Coronavirus: Prisoners being treated for COVID-19 go missing from hospital

First Published 27, Aug 2020, 7:37 PM

A prison ward has been created in Gandhi Hospital to lodge prisoners who are infected with coronavirus
 

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Prisoners undergoing treatment for coronavirus have gone missing from the prison ward of the state-run Gandhi Hospital in Telangana.</p>


Prisoners undergoing treatment for coronavirus have gone missing from the prison ward of the state-run Gandhi Hospital in Telangana.

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The four prisoners were admitted to hospital over the past 15 days, after testing positive for COVID-19.</p>


The four prisoners were admitted to hospital over the past 15 days, after testing positive for COVID-19.

<p><strong>The four prisoners who are missing from the prison ward are two undertrials and two convicts.</strong><br />
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The four prisoners who are missing from the prison ward are two undertrials and two convicts.
 

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<strong>Police officials told the media that searches are under way. He added that they are trying to find out if they jumped over the compound wall of the hospital.</strong></p>

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Police officials told the media that searches are under way. He added that they are trying to find out if they jumped over the compound wall of the hospital.

 

 

<p>More than 1,000 coronavirus patients are currently undergoing treatment at the Gandhi Hospital in different wards.</p>

More than 1,000 coronavirus patients are currently undergoing treatment at the Gandhi Hospital in different wards.

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