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3 Corona Positive found in Jhalawar: A patient's funeral under Kovid protocol, report came negative

3 Corona Positive found in Jhalawar: A patient's funeral under Kovid protocol, report came negative

In Jhalawar district, cases of Kovid are increasing continuously. The 428 sample report on Thursday has led to 3 Corona positive cases. At the same time, the funeral was held under the Kovid Protocol on the death of a suspected patient. A 59 -year -old patient, resident of Kota district in Kota district, was admitted to Jhalawar ICU on Wednesday night at Jhalawar Hospital. He was also taken sample here. He then died during treatment on Thursday afternoon. On this, the funeral was performed by family members in Khairabad under the Kovid-19 protocol, while the report of the sample came negative in the evening. Hospital Superintendent Dr. Sanjay Porwal said that there has been no case of death of positive patients. The oxygen plant has been visited by the Oxygical College and the Oxygen plant located in the hospital, regional director science and innovation, the British High Commission and inspected. During this, information was also taken from the beneficiaries. The nodal officer of the plant, Dr. Zakir Hussain, said that the oxygen plant at the medical college was donated to Jhalawar on behalf of UK government during the second wave of Kovid-19. First of all, she reached theater number 3 of the Medical College, communicated with the medical student here. During this time, the medical student also raised many questions to Sara Follen. During this, Hospital Superintendent Dr. Sanjay Porwal was also with him. Copyright © 2022-23 DB corp ltd., All rights reservedthis website follows the DNPA Code of Ethics.

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July 28th 2022, 4:41 pm
Amitesh Kumar
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