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Show-cause notice issued to Baptist Christian Hospital

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TEZPUR, April 9 - District Magistrate Manvendra Pratap Singh has issued a show-cause notice to the medical director of Baptist Christian Hospital (BCH) here after the hospital authority failed to handle a patient, admitted to the hospital with severe acute respiratory infections (SARI), in the line of COVID-19 cases.

The 44-year-old male patient, belonging to a remote village in Sonitpur district, was admitted to BCH on April 7 with symptoms of SARI and later passed away on the same day.

As per the present government protocol, all SARI cases should be tested for the presence of novel coronavirus, irrespective of travel and contact history.

The BCH authority did not refer the case to Tezpur Medical College and Hospital which is a designated hospital for treating all COVID-19 cases in Sonitpur district. The district magistrate in his show-cause notice to BCH has cited �gross negligence and dereliction of duty of treating doctors� at the hospital.

It may be noted that, on expiry of the patient, the case report of the patient was examined by a committee of Tezpur Medical College and Hospital and he was tested and found negative for COVID-19.

�You are hereby asked to show-cause why FIR shall not be lodged against you for violation of regulation of Epidemic Diseases Act, 1897 and Disaster Management Act, 2005 within 3 days,� the order read.

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Show-cause notice issued to Baptist Christian Hospital

TEZPUR, April 9 - District Magistrate Manvendra Pratap Singh has issued a show-cause notice to the medical director of Baptist Christian Hospital (BCH) here after the hospital authority failed to handle a patient, admitted to the hospital with severe acute respiratory infections (SARI), in the line of COVID-19 cases.

The 44-year-old male patient, belonging to a remote village in Sonitpur district, was admitted to BCH on April 7 with symptoms of SARI and later passed away on the same day.

As per the present government protocol, all SARI cases should be tested for the presence of novel coronavirus, irrespective of travel and contact history.

The BCH authority did not refer the case to Tezpur Medical College and Hospital which is a designated hospital for treating all COVID-19 cases in Sonitpur district. The district magistrate in his show-cause notice to BCH has cited �gross negligence and dereliction of duty of treating doctors� at the hospital.

It may be noted that, on expiry of the patient, the case report of the patient was examined by a committee of Tezpur Medical College and Hospital and he was tested and found negative for COVID-19.

�You are hereby asked to show-cause why FIR shall not be lodged against you for violation of regulation of Epidemic Diseases Act, 1897 and Disaster Management Act, 2005 within 3 days,� the order read.

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