Health Ministry says 'Private Hospitals cannot force for corona test before treatment'
Health Ministry says 'Private Hospitals cannot force for corona test before treatment'

In the midst of lockdown and epidemic outbreaks, private hospitals cannot compel any patient to examine the corona before treatment. The Health Ministry has asked private hospitals to run all health services smoothly following the guidelines issued to deal with Corona. Even in the event of corona patients coming out during treatment, the hospital can be reopened after infection-free and there is no need to keep them closed.

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Regarding the matter, Joint Secretary of Health Ministry Luv Aggarwal said that many hospitals are pressurizing patients to check the corona before treatment. Many private hospitals have been closed. Many hospitals are also refusing services such as chemotherapy, dialysis, blood transfusion, hospital delivery. He said that this is happening due to fear of Corona or due to lack of information. Citing the guidelines of the Ministry of Health, he said that it is necessary for hospitals to continue their services.

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Luv Agarwal further clarified that there is a clear protocol for corona examination of a patient. Apart from this, no patient can be asked to investigate the corona. He said that any patient should be told according to the protocol fixed to examine the corona. No one can be denied treatment by pressuring a separate investigation.

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