Kovid-19: Investigation of four patients who died due to lack of oxygen in Egypt

Kovid-19: Investigation of four patients who died due to lack of oxygen in Egypt

Egyptian justice announced on Sunday that it had launched an investigation into the deaths and lack of oxygen of four patients with Kovid-19 in the intensive care unit. Al-Husseiniya Prosecution ( Editor’s note: Charkia Governorate in Northern Egypt The director of Al Husseiniya Hospital was called in for questioning, “said Judicial sources, who did not comment on the cause of death.

Since Saturday, several outraged Internet users have aired a video of a hospital ward with patients and a voice confirming that “everyone died in intensive care” on social networks. Al Husseiniya Hospital has been identified in the comments, and the prosecution has confirmed that it was in fact established.

The 45-second video shows caregivers trying to resuscitate patients.

Pollution increased significantly

Egypt, the most populous country in the Arab world with a population of 100 million, has reported more than 140,000 cases of Kovid-19, of which 7,800 have died. Officials admit that the number of cases is higher than the announced figures as only those who tested positive in the laboratories of the Ministry of Health have been registered.

After a short hiatus, pollution has increased significantly in recent months, with 100 new cases per day recorded in October and 1,400 new cases today.

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