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Prvi put posle 167 godina: Indija zatvorila železnicu, a vozove pretvara u bolnice /foto, video/

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U jeku borbe protiv pandemije virusa korona mnogi sportski objekti i hale širom sveta pretvaraju se u privremene bolnice, a vlasti Indije otišle su korak dalje odlukom da u tu svrhu iskoriste i vozove, pošto je prvi put za 167 godina zbog karantina u potpunosti prekinut železnički saobraćaj.

Nakon što je indijski premijer Narendra Modi zbog pandemije korone objavio mere karantina 25. marta, suspendovan je i saobraćaj svih putničkih vozova u zemlji. Tako je prvi put za 167 godina obustavljena najstarija železnička mreža u Aziji.

Indijski recept za karantin

​Kako je planirano, 20.000 starih vagona biće pretvoreno u izolaciona odeljenja za pacijente, a do danas je opremljeno njih 2.500.

U svakom vagonu moći će da se smesti 16 pacijenata, a biće mesta i za medicinsku sestru, lekarsku kabinu, kao i prostora za sanitetsku opremu. 

​Na ovaj način mogao bi da se ublaži pritisak sa bolničkog sistema, ukoliko bi broj obolelih počeo da se povećava.

Prema zvaničnim podacima s početka meseca, u Indiji je 117 ljudi umrlo od posledica virusa korona, dok je 4.288 zaraženo, što je relativno mali broj za zemlju sa 1,3 milijarde stanovnika.

© REUTERS / RUPAK DE CHOWDHURIWorkers wearing protective suits disinfect the exterior of a passenger train after it was converted into an isolation facility amid concerns about the spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19), on the outskirts of Kolkata, India, April 6, 2020. REUTERS/Rupak De Chowdhuri
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© AP Photo / Channi AnandAn Indian worker disinfects a train coach as a precaution against COVID-19 in Jammu, India, Tuesday, March 17, 2020. For most people, the new coronavirus causes only mild or moderate symptoms. For some it can cause more severe illness. (AP Photo/Channi Anand)
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Prvih 5.000 odeljenja za izolaciju biće, prema očekivanjima zvaničnika indijske železnice, spremno u roku od dve nedelje, a ako bude bilo potrebe i dodatni vagoni se mogu osposobiti u roku od 48 sati.

Pošto budu opremljeni, „vozovi-bolnice“ će moći da se upute u svako mesto koje se bude suočilo sa manjkom kreveta. „Sada će železnica ponuditi čistu, sanitarnu i higijensku sredinu pacijentima da se udobno oporave“, naveo je na Tviteru indijski ministar železnica Pijuš Gojal.

​Inače, u normalnim uslovima, u Indiji dnevno saobraća više od 20.000 putničkih vozova, ali zbog karantina, kako navode svetski mediji, skoro 67.368 kilometara koloseka je van upotrebe.


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