COVID 19: Man dies while escaping from isolation ward
A 55-year-elderly person tumbled to death trying to escape from a COVID-19 isolation ward in Haryana on Monday.
As per the sources Shiv Charan of Noorpur town in Panipat was admitted to KCGMC emergency clinic in Karnal since April 1 as he was suspected to have gotten the infection. Using bedsheets integrated for rope, he attempted to move down from the isolation ward but fell lethally from the 6th floor.
“The deceased was conceded in the separation ward of the medical clinic and was suspected to be a COVID 19 patient. His examples were taken yesterday and the report had come negative,” said an authority. In the mean time, ten additional participants of Tablighi Jamaat gathering at Nizamuddin from Nuh and Palwal in the state have tried positive. Of these, seven are not inhabitants of Haryana.
In neighboring Punjab, the 54-year old spouse and high school child of a 55-year old patient have tried positive. It was on March 31 that the man from Chatamali town in Ropar who experiences diabetes and hypertension was admitted to GMCH at Sector 16 in Chandigarh where he later tested positive. The health division had fixed the town and took tests from 17 individuals including his significant other and child. The consequences of each of the 15 others returned negative.
The man had gone to a medical camp sorted out in the village on March 13 and visited the Community Health Center at Kurali, Mohali’s Phase VI Civil Hospital and another private clinic. The clinical camp had around 20 untouchables present other than specialists from CMC Ludhiana and Mohali.
A 30-year-elderly person of Sector 68 additionally tried constructive for coronavirus in Mohali today taking the all out cases to 16 in the locale. He had interacted with his dad who had gone to the Tablighi Jamaat assemblage and was admitted to the Civil Hospital in Mohali. A man from Kapurthala locale and two ladies from Fatehgarh Sahib area of Punjab who had gone to the Tablighi Jamaat gathering in New Delhi tried positive for coronavirus.
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