She did not have a Govit-19 test: a Chinese woman who was eight months pregnant had a miscarriage at the hospital gate, prompting authorities to announce administrative sanctions on Thursday, January 5th.
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The facts took place in the isolated Xian (northern) metropolis two weeks after the worst eruption of Kovit-19 that struck China after an initial outbreak in early 2020. According to a news release on social media on January 1, a woman was not admitted to Cox’s hospital for two hours on the grounds that she had not had a corona virus test for less than 48 hours. A photo shows her sitting on a plastic stool surrounded by blood. According to her daughter-in-law who broadcast the news, the woman underwent a drug test, but expired a few hours ago. The news was removed from social networks, but it took time to provoke the anger of Internet users.
AFP could not certify its contents, but announced the dismissal of the director of Xi’an City Hall Hospital. “Relevant authorities”. The investigation was conducted following the facts “This has caused great concern and negative impact on the community.”, According to the municipality. On Wednesday, local authorities announced to the press that they would establish quick access points to hospitals for specific patients, such as pregnant women or those in critical condition.
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China, which discovered the epidemic in late 2019, eliminated the practice in the spring of 2020 following its adoption of the “zero Govt” strategy (control, screening, electronic tracking, virtual border closure, vaccination) based on drastic measures. . According to official figures, only 100,000 cases have been reported in the country, including 4,636 deaths since the outbreak. But in the run-up to the Winter Olympics in Beijing from February 4 to 20, occasional eruptions have left officials worried. The country on Thursday announced 189 new cases in the last 24 hours, including 63 in Zion. Residents confined to their homes complained of food shortages and several local authorities were allowed to handle anti-epidemic measures.
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