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Private hospitals can't deny treatment to patients having COVID-19 or symptoms in Karnataka

The Karnataka government on Saturday issued an order, directing private hospitals not to deny treatment to patients with coronavirus and COVID-19 like symptoms.

ANI | Bengaluru (Karnataka) | Updated: 28-06-2020 07:44 IST | Created: 28-06-2020 07:44 IST
Private hospitals can't deny treatment to patients having COVID-19 or symptoms in Karnataka
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By Private Hospitals Can'T Deny Treatment To Patients With Covid-19 Or Like Symptoms In Karnataka: State Govt The Karnataka government on Saturday issued an order, directing private hospitals not to deny treatment to patients with coronavirus and COVID-19 like symptoms.

"Non-compliance of this order will attract punishment under sections of Disaster Management Act 2005," an order read. Meanwhile, people coming from Maharashtra will be placed in seven-day institutional quarantine followed by seven-day home quarantine in Karnataka, the state government said.

People coming from other states will need to undergo 14-day home quarantine. (ANI)


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