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Even after decreasing the cases of corona, patients in All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) are facing great difficulties for treatment.

Pratibha Shukla

Even after decreasing the cases of corona, patients in All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) are facing great difficulties for treatment. Here the brunt of the necessity of online is being borne by those patients who come from faraway areas and villages and do not have technical savvy.

The compulsion of online registration in AIIMS and the long torture patients are facing from getting time to getting treatment after two months. Patients who do not have the understanding or ability to online are finding it difficult to get treatment. Life has changed after Corona, so it has become difficult to get treatment on the basis of humanity. Everything is being decided according to the technical rules. Online registration is mandatory every time you visit AIIMS and it is taking at least one month to get the time. Patients have to wander to find cyber cafes or other similar centers even to take time. A phone number also gets disconnected after waiting. If time is not available then patient will not get card and cannot show it in OPD.

Saurabh, the relative of the patient who came to AIIMS, told that his mother has a tumor in the brain but is not getting time to show it here. Tried online but no time available throughout the month. There is no hearing of patients here. At the same time, the son of patient Rohan, who came with a complaint of filling water in the stomach, told that he was engaged in the line in front of the PRC for about three hours, but after coming to the counter, he was asked to go online first. When asked about online, a number was given there on which they kept trying to talk for a long time. It was not possible to defeat and lie in front of the emergency, whether the address should be seen here. Some doctors would look to help such patients on humanitarian grounds without computer registration. They used to sign and give slips to make their cards.

Dinesh, the patient lying on the footpath of the same hospital, told that he could not go away but the guard did not allow him to enter. Said that you have not taken the time, you cannot show it. Here Savitri, the relative of the patient who was wandering for the treatment of the eye, told that she had come several days ago. She had been in line since morning but had not taken the time earlier, the file could not be created. In the office of the RP Center Chief, the employees drove away saying that without online registration, the slip would not be available from here. It is also necessary in the Corona period so that the crowd can be controlled properly.

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