Teacher infected with coronavirus escaped from doctors by train

Teacher infected with coronavirus escaped from doctors by train

A teacher in India infected with the coronavirus escaped from doctors by train.

The woman, who had returned from Britain, tested positive for the virus when she arrived at New Delhi airport and was taken to hospital. According to the rules, the teacher was supposed to go into a seven-day quarantine, but instead she took her medical records and surreptitiously left the hospital. Authorities intercepted her on a train in a first-class compartment. She was on her way to her hometown in Andhra Pradesh. It is noted that, eventually, the woman and her son, who accompanied her, were taken to a medical facility for quarantine.

Earlier, migrants from Nigeria, who were admitted to a military hospital in Rome because they were infected with the coronavirus, attacked medical staff and attempted to escape from the clinic. Italian defense ministry officials said two women and a man initially demanded they be released from the hospital, but after refusing to do so, they decided to force their way out.