Video .. Turki documents the expulsion of his father from a hospital after his injury in Koruna

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It appears that the health system in Turkey is suffering from a major collapse due to the spread of the Corona virus, as videos circulated about the increase in the number of people infected with the Corona virus, which led to hospitals being filled with patients to the point of expelling them outside, and this led to the transmission of infection to their families, while reports confirm that The number of deaths in Turkey jumped from 16 to 75 yesterday and the number of confirmed injuries has risen to 3,629 since the first case was reported on March 11.

And a Turkish affairs account, via Twitter, posted a video of a young Turkish man talking about the incident of his father being expelled from a hospital, and this led him to stay at home, and transferred the infection to his grandfather, where he started showing the same symptoms.

The young man said through a video: “I am a citizen living in Istanbul, as a result of the tests that came out to my father came positive yesterday evening, they sent him from the hospital to the house because he said that he does not need to be in the hospital, and now he is at home and suffers from shortness of breath and the same symptoms are starting to appear on my grandfather and his age For 70 years, despite that, no one has passed us from the ministry or anywhere else. “

Turkish young man
Turkish young man

It is noteworthy that a local official said that the town and four villages in the Turkish province of Risa overlooking the Black Sea were isolated due to the outbreak of the Coruna virus, in the first closure of its kind in the country since the outbreak began two weeks ago..

Aladdin Sirdar, the mayor of Kanderli, said in an interview with the Turkish government TRT News, that isolation is a precaution to prevent further spread of the disease after the death of a patient in the town on Thursday as a result of infection with the virus..

The number of deaths in Turkey jumped from 16 to 75 yesterday, while the number of confirmed injuries has risen to 3,629 since the first case was reported on March 11.





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