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old man of 76 years with coronavirus kicked the bucket and lost his life on Tuesday night, and the specific reason for his passing is being found out, authorities said.
Karnataka Wellbeing Clergyman B Sriramulu on Wednesday said there is no affirmation that the passing was expected to coronavirus and test reports of his examples were anticipated.
The man had as of late came back from Saudi Arabia.
Prior, the area wellbeing and family government assistance division said the man was suspected to be tainted with coronavirus.
The state has announced four positive cases up until now, the priest said.
“There is no requirement for any fear..the individual who kicked the bucket in Gulbarga (Kalaburagi), we have no data that he has passed on due to coronavirus.
We are sitting tight for reports, when we get the reports, we will advise,” Sriramulu said.
Addressing journalists here, he said the individual had gone to Saudi Arabia in January end and returned on February 29.On his arrival, he was down with fever and took treatment at a private emergency clinic. Afterward, on the counsel of specialists or family he had gone to Hyderabad, the pastor said.
The individual had extreme asthma history, circulatory strain, and a ruptured appendix, in addition to other things, and he kicked the bucket, the clergyman said.
A senior wellbeing office official later explained the man kicked the bucket in transit once more from Hyderabad around 11 pm on Tuesday.
Posting the order of occasions, Extra Boss Secretary (Wellbeing) Jawaid Akhtar said the individual got treated at an OPD of a private emergency clinic in Kalaburagi on Walk 5, the following day he got conceded and on Walk 9 he got moved to Hyderabad.Sriramulu said every one of the four COVID-19 positive cases revealed in the state are steady.
Careful steps have been taken at places visited by the four individuals who tried positive and the individuals who had interacted with them.
In the mean time, the State government provided a warning with transitory guidelines in regards to COVID-19 and to take unique measures to be seen by people in general to forestall flare-up of the ailment.
It would be known as ‘The Karnataka Pandemic Illnesses, Covid-19 guidelines 2020.’
The state government has likewise chosen to defer all iternational gatherings in the state with prompt impact sick further notification.