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Medical treatment denied to sick and disabled people in hotel quarantine

It has been reported that people in quarantine due to having flown in from overseas, were denied medical treatment when they needed it.

Among them, included a baby needing urgent treatment and was stopped from going to Accident and Emergency and a man who had suffered a heart attack. 

In what has been described as a breach of the law, people quarantined in the hotels in the London area were denied basic facilities and medical treatment. After legal intervention, the government has issued an order to release certain individuals from the hotel after it was found their health was impacted by the quarantine. 

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Source: The Independent, 20 June 2021


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