COVID-19: Third COVID-19 death in Karnataka; 65-year-old dies
Karnataka disclosed its third death from Covid-19 once a 65-year-old man died at the isolation ward at the district general hospital here on weekday.
He had traveled to New Delhi by train on March 5 by the Sampark Kranti Express and came back by the Kongu Express on March 14. 13 others had traveled at the side of him. They stayed at the Jamiya house of prayer between March seven and March eleven.
Dr K Rakesh Kumar, the deputy commissioner informed “he hailed from Sira. it had been solely on March eighteen that he developed fever and cough and visited a non-public hospital in Sira. On March twenty one, he visited a non-public clinic. once a designation, he was brought up the district hospital here.”On March twenty three, he visited the patient ward of the hospital and came back to Sira.
After complications, he was admitted back at the hospital on March 24 at 3 am and unbroken within the isolation ward. “He was wanting alight till last night however died suddenly on weekday morning”, the DC aforesaid quoting the employees of the isolation ward.The DC processed that the administration has unbroken the thirteen others United Nations agency traveled at the side of him in isolation and their samples are sent for testing. This apart, 20 others, together with eight of the deceased’s relations, are home unintegrated and can be monitored closely for symptoms, he explained.
The incineration of the body are going to be done as per protocol taking all precautional measures and if the kin insist that it ought to be buried, it’d be 8-foot deep pit, he informed.
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