Shivamogga: Covid patient found moving around freely on motorcycle


Daijiworld Media Network - Shivamogga (SP)

Shivamogga, Apr 26: The police deployed at Ameer Ahmed Circle here were taken aback after coming to know that the person whom they had stopped while riding a motorcycle was coronavirus-infected. This happened when the police were checking vehicles on Sunday April 25.

The traffic police were present in good numbers at this busy circle since Sunday morning. In the afternoon the police stopped a person moving in his two-wheeler, sought the purpose of his travel, besides asking him to produce the bike ownership papers and driving licence.


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The man baffled the policemen, other vehicles riders who were stopped by the police, and the media persons who we present around by claiming that he was a Covid patient. He also displayed the certificate from the hospital pronouncing him to be a coronavirus positive person. He explained that he was returning from the hospital.

The police asked the man to straightaway proceed to his house. They gave information to the police control room and alerted the other police.

 

 

 

 

  

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  • tds, Mangalore

    Mon, Apr 26 2021

    Did they realise only now??....

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  • Paul dsouza, balakunje

    Mon, Apr 26 2021

    How smart our police than doctors to detect diseased one. Karnataka is blessed to have Verity's of intelectual staff. We are blessed.

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  • Haneef, Mangalore

    Mon, Apr 26 2021

    Maybe he's returning from kumbh mela!

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  • Rita, Germany

    Tue, Apr 27 2021

    Haneef mangalore,no he is coming back from a mass wedding celebration.Just imagine how risky it can be for a police ?

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  • H. Almeida., Bendur/Andheri.

    Mon, Apr 26 2021

    We trumpeted the good tidings, all over the world, that Indians triumphed, over Covid19 pandemic.. The Government at the center and in the states, never anticipated this most ferocious, infections second wave, that would overwhelm our nation.. Netas went on an overdrive, during elections... religious festivals, were lakhs performed their rituals, believing that the Gods, would protect them !!! This false confidence, recklessness has now exploded in our faces... We have become the most Covid19 ravaged nation on Earth !!!

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  • Rudolf Rodrigues, Mumbai

    Mon, Apr 26 2021

    We have literally become untouchables, even very small countries are shunning us! Don't expect any tourists to land here for another 2 years.

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  • kumara, abu dhabi

    Mon, Apr 26 2021

    when will we be responsible??

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  • Prakash, Mlore

    Mon, Apr 26 2021

    Who knows what emergency he had ?? whole families are down with covid in many places. never hurt somebody without proper investigation. Glad policeman did the right thing by informing the control room.

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  • Rudolf Rodrigues, Mumbai

    Mon, Apr 26 2021

    He told the truth, but can you guage how many positive people, carriers, unknowingly visited the mass marriages held yesterday where huge crowds had gathered?

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  • Cynthia, Kirem

    Mon, Apr 26 2021

    Very good comment....Atleast this rider said the truth. What about others ? Valid comment

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  • roy Indian, Mangalore

    Mon, Apr 26 2021

    covid patient can go out for relaxing his bind but don't go near other people . because even covid patient need to relax.

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  • k b r, Mangala Uru

    Mon, Apr 26 2021

    there is no risk in covid positive person going around in two wheeler... because he is moving faster than walking, he poses no risk to pedestrians... if he is wearing helmet with glass front cover... still more safe....

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  • Joel, Mangalore

    Mon, Apr 26 2021

    Maybe the traffic police and all those people should get tested too

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  • Bep, Mlore

    Mon, Apr 26 2021

    One way its goodnto be ventilated always , as they say to keep indoors ventilated. Hospitals , ambulances and quarantines are largely closed areas to allow C-19 easily contagious.

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  • Monty Dotor, Mangalore

    Mon, Apr 26 2021

    During the first wave a parson who had tested positive and his primary contacts( family members) were LOITERING freely(not going or coming from hospital). I complained to the police with video clip, this person was fined Rs.50 ( as per Police Act). will this deter anyone from being super spreaders???

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  • GURKA, Mangaluru

    Mon, Apr 26 2021

    We got freedom from BRITISH and now we still begging of MEDICAL AID !!

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  • Joe, Mangalore

    Mon, Apr 26 2021

    Gurkha, we did not get freedom from Britain, it was just transfer of power from the British raj to India and Pakistan, our founding fathers and historians just fooled us in believing it was freedom.

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  • Farhan, UDUPI

    Mon, Apr 26 2021

    If a person gets his positive report from hospital does he get any superpower just disappear and arrive at his home through some magic. obviously he has to drive back through what ever mode of transport he has to his to quarantine himself. the man was honest he said he is coming back from hospital and he got positive result so stay back.

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  • Bala, Kudla

    Mon, Apr 26 2021

    Right comments.The test reports for Covid still delayed for 3 to 4 days which has to be fastened by hospitals. This will be helpful for spreading the decease. But our officials and politicians still in sleep. They always think of lockdown so that they can be rested and common people suffer.

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  • NS Shetty, Surathkal

    Mon, Apr 26 2021

    May have just got the result n Dr,s may have asked him to be on Home quarantine....

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  • Jones, Manipal

    Mon, Apr 26 2021

    It is better to travel by personal 2 wheeler than by the looting ambulance drivers.

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  • Pili, MANGALORE

    Mon, Apr 26 2021

    Person after collecting positive report from hospital hiw he has to travel home? Any protocol? By closed van, aeroplane, ambulance? He has to travel by his own vehicle probably alone so this person in question is rightly going home. If checked i gues high percent travellers knowingly or unknowingly

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  • Raju, Karkala

    Mon, Apr 26 2021

    Freedom of movement.

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Mon, Apr 26 2021

    Illiterate Guy ...

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  • G R PRABHUJI, Mangalore

    Mon, Apr 26 2021

    It's better to say, Aandha Bhakta. Influential person may be.

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  • Sunil K, Mangalore

    Mon, Apr 26 2021

    Read the article in full

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