With the state government confirming the Coronavirus case in Hyderabad, tensions ran high at the government-run Gandhi Hospital where the virus hit patient was admitted. Over the rumours that two more individuals in contact with the patient were affected with the virus, the hospital which usually is jam-packed was seen empty. A roll of criticism sparked against the Telangana government while a few of the officials distributing the homoeopathy pills.
Reportedly, the officials were learnt to be distributing the homoeopathy medicine in small bottles to the patients who visited the hospital. While probed in, the drug was later identified as Arsenicum album 30C which is being prescribed to mitigate symptoms of coronavirus infection. Going by the dosage written on the bottle, the medicine needs to be taken daily once for three days. However, the news spread like a wildfire on social media and is receiving flak from the national media for the meek approach of the state government.
Meanwhile, the engineer who was who is being treated in the isolation ward was reported to be dissatisfied with the facilities at Gandhi Hospital. It was known that the isolation ward arrange has no washroom while the patient was seen using the normal one.