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Ruby Hall nurses return to work


Cops had barred them from stepping out in their hostel in containment zone

On Saturday, the Bund Garden police officers accredited 550-odd nurses working in Ruby Hall Clinic (RHC) to step out in their Tehmi Grant Institute’s nursing hostel to perform their tasks. They have been hauled in buses and sure by a couple of conditions. Initially, they have been completely barred from stepping out simply because they have been residing a hostel this is in the containment zone.

A realize used to be additionally issued to RHC concerning the embargo on nurses, who have been working at the facility that has been designated for treating COVID-19 patients. The health center used to be asked to make transient arrangements for accommodation of the nurses, removing, quickly, a big chew of the 750-staff strength. The decision, alternatively, used to be revoked on Saturday, following Mirror file on May eight.

“The nurses were accredited to visit the health center for work and return to their hostels. But RHC is to provide the shipping facility,” said Shrikant Shinde, inspector hooked up to Bund Garden police station.

There were positive impositions to these allowances even though. The nurses aren't allowed to use some other shipping instead of those provided by the health center. They can't move to the nursing hostel for lunch and will strictly need to abide by social distancing and common preventive measures while travelling. The bus additionally has to be sanitised and disinfected regularly each day.

The permission, Shinde clarified, has been specifically given to the nurses. “Other staffers who survive Tadiwala Road and adjoining containment zones can't step out to work. If they do, they're going to face action. Even the nurses aren't allowed to step out of the hostel and move freely in the containment zone. Any citizen found violating the principles will face stern action,” said Shinde.


Dr Sanjay Pathare, clinical director of RHC, welcomed the verdict taken by the police officers, saying that it would were tough to run the facility without the nurses. He additionally affirmed that the health center provides sanitised buses for the shipping. “The nurses are served lunch at the health center itself. All common protection measures are followed all the way through the trip. The buses are sanitised and simplest restricted nurses are allowed to board the buses at a time,” he added.


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