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Mumbai: Dombivali man complains to friends about lack of facilities in COVID-19 centres before fleeing

Thane district as on Sunday has 78 COVID-19 patients, including 23 in KDMC limits of which Dombivali is a part

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Thane: Thane district’s 26-year-old man from Dombivali had to flee the hospital in which he was kept for quarantine purposes for supposed exposure to the novel coronavirus, police said on Sunday.

He fleed the facility at around 8:30 pm on Saturday and efforts were on to nab him, a Vishnu Nagar police station official said.

To talk about his worst experience at a quarantine centre, “He had called up his friends saying the hospital did not have facilities etc. He even reiterated that he has had his patience he would either run away or commit suicide,” he added.

Thane district as on Sunday has 78 COVID-19 patients, including 23 in KDMC limits of which Dombivali is a part.

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