Are Indian rules too strict and impersonal? The CDC is of the opinion that the risk of acquiring infection from a dead body is extremely low. Till date there is no hard evidence that Covid-19 can be transmitted by contact with dead bodies.
Reports of families and relatives of deceased coronavirus patients not turning up at the cremation sites to collect the ash of their near and dear ones has surfaced in Sundargarh and Cuttack.
This is Ramgopal Bagha of Urle village under Binika NAC of Subarnapur district. Ramgopal is 59 years old and has been working in Binika NAC & serving the society for the last 33 years. During this COVID19 pandemic, when the dead are ignored & abandoned, Ramgopal ensures they get a dignified funeral.
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Berhampur: Body of a woman was left unattended for around 14 hours in Golapada village of Bhanjanagar block in Ganjam district in fear of Covid19 contamination. As per reports, the woman died on Saturday at her residence. Though the reason of death is yet to be ascertained, her last rites were not initiated as villagers […]