On the 20th, the Chinese version of the German international broadcaster Deutsche Welle reported that a girl who had been quarantined for the new coronavirus in Ruzhou City, Henan Province, died after she developed a fever and was unable to receive prompt treatment. reported that it did.
On October 20, 2022, the Chinese website of the German international broadcaster Deutsche Welle reported that a girl who had been in intensive isolation for the novel coronavirus in Ruzhou City, Henan Province, had a fever and died without receiving prompt treatment. It was reported that an accident occurred.
The article reported that a 14-year-old girl in Ruzhou, who had been quarantined for suspected new coronavirus, died on the 18th after developing a fever at the isolation point. In the early hours of the 14th, the girl was transferred to a high school in the same city with her family and underwent intensive isolation. On the afternoon of the 16th, she developed a fever. He began to have convulsions and lost consciousness, and was transported to a hospital in the city at night, but died in the early hours of the 18th.
According to her father, the cause of the girl’s death was pulmonary edema and encephalitis caused by a high fever. I was told that I missed it, ”he said.
Also, the father said, “I told the person in charge of the isolation point (of the girl’s fever), but no one took care of me, saying there were no doctors here. The emergency calls didn’t work either. I went around and was finally transported to the hospital,” he said, expressing his dissatisfaction with the system of centralized isolation measures.
The article went on to say that Chinese government-affiliated media did not report any information about the girl, and there were calls on the Chinese version of Twitter, Weibo, for the government to disclose the truth of the incident. and introduced. “Isn’t the purpose of isolation to save the elderly and children?” “Wouldn’t that be fraudulent?” “I want you to announce the details. Whatever the rule is, I want you to be severely punished.” (Translation/Editing/Kawajiri)