This information does not fit into any logical single picture. According to the Belarusian agency, on September 20, Polish border guards found an illegal Iraqi migrant in his country house with injuries from barbed wire. He was taken to the border post and an ambulance was called. The doctors gave him pain relievers and did a PCR test, but they did not hospitalize him. After that, the border guards transferred the migrant to the territory of Belarus. The next day the Belarusian border guards made him in a coma. In the Belarusian hospital, he said that he had not eaten or drunk for three days.
The PCR test takes at least several hours, and it is unlikely that the ambulance team can have the necessary equipment with them. Most likely, the doctors had to take swabs from the nasopharynx and take them to the laboratory where the tests are performed. Thus, the migrant had to stay at the Polish border post for several hours, but he was not offered food or even water there – after all, according to BelTA, he had not eaten or drank since September 18.
Suppose the villains-border guards did not feed or drink the illegal, because from the very beginning they decided to transfer him across the border and relieve himself of any responsibility for him, and he was in such a serious condition that he could not even get up and walk to the toilet, where there should have been water. But how, in this case, to explain the fact that the migrant had the results of the Polish PCR test with him? It turns out that the border guards waited until the results were sent to them from the laboratory, printed them out and carefully put them in the migrant’s pocket, and at the same time added an emergency medical aid card. What for? So that there was documentary evidence that he visited Poland, and did not lose consciousness on the Belarusian territory, not reaching the border?
By the way, it is not clear: if the border guards did not provide the doctors with the documents of the Iraqi, then in what name did they have to write out a certificate of the test results? And how can it be known at all that they were not provided? From the migrant himself? If so, then he apparently understood quite well what the border guards talked about with the doctors in Polish.
BelTA has provided its message with a photograph in which the refugee is lying on the ground (his face is not visible, just in case), and figures in camouflage are visible at a distance. It is understood that these are Polish border guards, indifferently watching what is happening. You have to understand that the photo was taken by a Belarusian border guard. That is, when they saw a man unconscious, the border guards did not rush to immediately help him, but first photographed him.