Paramedics at the isolation station in Bihar hospital, attacked by neighbors

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A paramedic who works in a hospital isolation station has claimed that she was physically attacked by her neighbors, who said that if she entered her home through a gate next to hers, she would be infected with coronavirus, the police said.

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A paramedic who works in a hospital isolation station has claimed that she was physically attacked by her neighbors, who said that if she entered her home through a gate next to hers, she would be infected with coronavirus, the police said.

The applicant, Neelu Kumari, is married to Amulya Singh, a resident of Meerganj town in the district police station. She works as a midwifery nurse at Begusarai Sadar Hospital.

City police SHO Amarendra Kumar Jha said she had filed an FIR against her neighbors, including a former city council and two women.

He said the complainant, who was connected to the hospital isolation station, alleged that the back gate prevented her from entering her home, which she did as a precaution from her neighbors.

“My neighbors told me I had brought the infection from the hospital and if I had to enter my house I would have to do it from the front gate and not from the one next to hers.

“They also said that there was water running on the street while bathing, which increased the risk of coronavirus infection,” the woman said indignantly to reporters.

The SHO said the defendants rejected the allegations and claimed that it was a “trivial dispute”.

An investigation has been launched and further action is being taken based on the results, he added.

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