Hameedha Bee, 103, courageously took on the conflict against COVID-19 and recuperated yet when she got back home from the emergency clinic, her neighbors as opposed to inviting her supposedly requested that her clear the house. The centenarian lives with her family at Ambur in Tamil Nadu, one of the most exceedingly awful coronavirus-hit states in India.
After claims of segregation made by Hameeda Bee's family, an inquiry was begun on Wednesday. A group of authorities drove by the Revenue Divisional Officer, Gayathri Subramani visited the family. "The day we came to realize that Hameedha Bee was 103, we took extraordinary consideration of her," the town regulatory official stated, including that her age depended on data gave by the family however there were no records and the family has lost her Aadhar Card.
"We are attempting to give annuity to the woman. Despite the fact that she is from an alternate taluka, we are working speedily to give Hameedha Bee mature age benefits," authorities told news office PTI.
Hameedha Bee had tried positive for COVID-19 and was treated at the General Hospital in Ambur for seven days. Specialists stated, she reacted well to the treatment and recuperated.
At the point when approached about what has been accomplished for the wellbeing of the old lady and her family in the background of the charges, officials stated, the neighborhood town authoritative official and his right hand have been explicitly allocated to deal with Hameedha Bee.
"Indeed, even today, we visited her; gave her products of the soil is doing acceptable. We have completely enquired about charges of provocation and all means are set up to guarantee that they are protected," the official said. Wellbeing laborers are "sharpening the individuals that the older lady tried negative during exit screening and she has likewise experienced a seven-day isolate after recuperation," the senior official included.