Chinese hospitals told to suspend operations after deaths linked to strict Covid-19 rules

Two hospitals in Xian involved in recent scandals while under Covid-19 lockdown – resulting in a death and a miscarriage – have been ordered to suspend operations while a review is conducted.There has been public outrage in China after Xian Gaoxin Hospital denied access to an eight-month pregnant woman, resulting in her miscarriage, and Xian International Medical Centre refused to admit a man who subsequently died of a heart attack.Admission to hospital for the woman was delayed because the…


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