An electrical outage in a hospital for corona patients.. and this is what happened

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The electricity went out in a private hospital rented by the Jordanian government to care for patients with the Corona virus, in the center of the Jordanian capital, Amman, on Saturday, in light of the presence of two deaths, which are being investigated in relation to the incident.

The Jordanian Presidency of the Council of Ministers quoted statements from its official spokesman, Sakhr Dodin, on its official Facebook page, in which he said: “The competent government agencies, and as soon as news was received about the power outage in the Gardens Hospital, they immediately moved to find out the facts of this incident, its causes and the damages resulting from it.” “.

Doudin added, “The Minister of State for Information Affairs, the official spokesman for the government, Engineer Sakhr Dodin, stated that the competent government agencies, as soon as news was received about the power outage in the Gardens Hospital, immediately moved to find out the facts of this incident, its causes and the damages resulting from it,” he said. .

The Jordanian government spokesman confirmed that the ministers of interior and health had arrived at the scene of the accident to find out its circumstances, and confirmed that work was going on normally in the hospital.

For his part, Health Weir, Firas Al-Hawari, said in press statements after the incident that a death occurred before the power outage, while the second occurred an hour and a half later, and confirmed that an investigation had been opened to find out whether the power outage had caused the second death.

A number of patients’ families gathered around the hospital and tried to prevent the Minister of Health from leaving, and the hospital surroundings witnessed a state of great tension as a result of preventing families from checking on their sick relatives.

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