India reports first death of a doctor who tests positive for coronavirus
India first reported on Thursday the death of a doctor who tested positive for coronavirus in Madhya Pradesh earlier this week.
A 62-year-old doctor was a general practitioner this morning and breathed his last breath in a private hospital, said chief physician and physician (cmho) in Indore.
However, he did not treat patients with coronavirus infection.
“It seems that he has been in contact with the coronavirus during treatment and we are trying to trace the source of infection,” says jadia.
The doctor’s name appeared on the list of 40 new covid-19 patients registered at the government MGM University on Wednesday night.
As a result, the number of deaths due to covid-19 in Indore, Madhya Pradesh, has increased to 22 and 30 in that state.
This doctor is clearly known to Chief Minister Shifrajsingh Zhouhan. Zhou Han with Weibo lamenting the death of the doctor. “He sacrificed his life to protect the priceless lives of others in the war against Fish 19. A great man like you will never be forgotten,” Chouhan said on Twitter.
So far, 213 people have tested positive for coronavirus indoors. There are a total of 404 cases of fish in the state, 19 cases.
Meanwhile, Chief Minister Singh of Madhya Pradesh has ordered the blocking of the hotspots of coronavirus outbreaks (Indore, Bhopal and Ujayin) to control the spread of infection in these cities.
According to Ministry of Health data at 8 a.m. on 9 April, the total number of coronavirus cases in India increased to 5734, including 5,095 active cases, 473 cured cases and 166 deaths.