11:29 The villagers were afraid of contracting the Pneumococcal virus and refused to help their son ride a motorcycle to transport the dead body



Udhab's son and concubine rode a motorcycle to transport the corpse to crematoriums in other villages. The picture has nothing to do with news events, a schematic diagram.  (Reuters)

Udhab’s son and concubine rode a motorcycle to transport the corpse to crematoriums in other villages. The picture has nothing to do with news events, a schematic diagram. (Reuters)

2021/05/04 11:29

[Real-time news/comprehensive report]The epidemic of Wuhan pneumonia (new coronavirus disease, COVID-19) in India has continued to expand. Recently, a man in Odisha contracted the pulmonary pulmonary virus and died. The corpse was left at home. The local villagers were afraid of the pulmonary pulmonary virus and were unwilling to help carry the corpse. The man’s son had to wear protective equipment and ride the motorcycle with his father Go to the crematorium.

According to “India Today”, Uddhab Behera was infected with the Wuhan pneumonia virus last week and was subsequently isolated at home, but died due to his illness. Therefore, Uddhab’s son sought help from the villagers. He wanted to send his father’s body to the crematorium, but the villagers refused to help because of fear of the Wuhan lung virus.

It is known that Udhab’s son and concubine had no choice but to wear protective equipment and transport them on a motorcycle. The two sat one after the other on the seat cushions of the motorcycle, “pinching” with difficulty. The corpse, went to a crematorium a few kilometers away, to incinerate his father’s body.

It is reported that the number of confirmed diagnoses in India in a single day has exceeded 300,000, and the cumulative number of confirmed diagnoses is approaching 20 million. The medical system is unable to handle the huge number of patients and nearly collapsed.

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Udhhab's son and concubine were all wearing protective equipment to transport the corpses.  (The picture is taken from

Udhhab’s son and concubine were all wearing protective equipment to transport the corpses. (The picture is taken from “@IndiaToday” Twitter)



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