Delhi Covid-19: Corona warrior killed in AIIMS
Dr. Srinivas Rajkumar, general secretary of AIIMS Resident Doctors Association wrote on Twitter with the hashtag IndiaFightsCovid19, ‘Another Corona warrior sacrificed his life in service to the country. AIIMS has lost its proud warrior.
Corona virus has reached a fatal state in New Delhi . Record positive cases are coming here every day. A 58-year-old sanitation supervisor died today in AIIMS, Delhi. Recently she was tested corona positive, after which she was being treated. Sources said he was on ventilator and died late Sunday evening.
Death of another Corona warrior Dr. Srinivas Rajkumar, general secretary of AIIMS Resident Doctors Association wrote on Twitter with the hashtag IndiaFightsCovid19, ‘Another Corona warrior sacrificed his life in service to the country. AIIMS has lost its proud warrior.
This virus is very dangerous, spreading very quickly. It does not spare anyone. ‘ He stated that he was a permanent employee of AIIMS and was posted in the Outdoor Patient Department of Premier Medical Institute.
AIIMS SC / ST Employees Welfare Association General Secretary Kuldeep Dhigan alleged that the supervisor had fever and shortness of breath, after which he got himself examined at AIIMS on 16 May.
But the Covid-19 was not tested in the hospital. He underwent regular blood tests, was counseled, and informed about the precautions to be taken and taken home. He was taken into emergency on 19 May after his condition deteriorated suddenly.
Sanitation workers should take care Kuldeep Dhigan said, “He was having trouble breathing and was admitted to the hospital. After that, COVID-19 was examined and the report came back positive.”
He said the supervisor was referred to the Trauma Center, which has been converted to Covid-19 Hospital. He said that all frontline workers like us who have a high risk of exposure due to handling hazardous biomedical waste during the cleaning process, should be tested on the slightest doubt. ‘
Corona spreading fast in Delhi Print Corona-positive cases in the capital coronavirus is going to spread faster. Between eased into lockdown Monday yielded new 635 cases. In Delhi now went exceeded 14 thousand. Of these, 7006 cases are still active. There were 15 more deaths in the last 24 hours,
Delhi: AIIMS senior sanitation supervisor died due to corona, was infected even after many precautions
The senior sanitation supervisor of Delhi-based All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) died of Corona infection last night. The 52-year-old supervisor was admitted here four days ago. It was told that he used to take all kinds of precautions while on duty, but still got infected.
He was put on ventilator and died on Sunday evening around 7:30 pm. Sources said that he was a permanent employee of AIIMS and was posted in the Outdoor Patient Department of Premier Medical Institute.
His colleagues say that he did not take a day off during his entire job, until Corona held him. The ever-smiling Hira Lal’s duty was such that she had to keep in touch with the disinfection staff, the cleaning staff and the ward boy.
On his death, Dr. Srinivasa Rajkumar T, Secretary-General of AIIMS Resident Doctors Association, tweeted. He wrote that another Corona warrior laid down his life in service to the country.
He wrote that AIIMS has lost its glorious warrior. This virus is dangerous, very communicable. This does not spare anyone.
The general secretary of AIIMS SC / ST Employees Welfare Association Kuldeep Dhigan said that the supervisor was having fever and mild breathing problems, after which he underwent an investigation at AIIMS on 16 May.
His condition did not meet the criteria for corona testing, so he was not previously corona tested. He underwent regular blood tests, was counseled and was informed about safety precautions and sent home.
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He said that he was admitted to the Emergency on May 19 after his condition worsened. He then underwent a corona examination due to breathing problems which confirmed the infection. He was then referred to the Trauma Center.
General Secretary of AIIMS said that those people who are most likely to be vulnerable to all kinds of infections should be given first priority to secure them. We have hundreds of scavengers who are constantly in contact with the infected and are at highest risk of infection.