Coronavirus patients, suspects break quarantine in Sukkur

Coronavirus patients and suspects in Sukkur break quarantine and come out in protest among healthy individuals with some trying to escape the facility.

Coronavirus Sukkur Quarantine
Coronavirus patients and suspects in quarantine at isolation center in Sukkur break out in protest because of conditions at the improper facilities.

According to sources, some volunteers wanted to provide food to the people in coronavirus quarantine but the administration did not allow it and the chaos ensued after the WhatsApp voice note instigated the quarantined patients.

According to some sources, there were more than a 100 people who tried to flee the premises and Sindh Rangers surrounded the coronavirus isolation center to get a control on the situation and keep people from escaping.

Read more: PIA cancels all international flights over coronavirus fears.

The isolated patients at the Sukkur coronavirus quarantine facility said that they weren’t being treated correctly and that no food and water was being provided by the administration.

Sindh has been most affected by the coronavirus outbreak with over 357 confirmed cases especially people coming in from Iran to the province and the number keeps rising every hour.

READ MORE: Coronavirus: New COVID-19 cases raises Pakistan tally to 543,

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