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Five more succumb to COVID-19 in Chitwan


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2021 May 07, 13:15, Chitwan

Five more corona virus infected people died in two medical colleges of Chitwan district. Of the deceased, one is from Chitwan district while the others are from other districts.

A 69-year old woman of Bharatpur metropolitan city breathed her last in course of treatment at Old Medical College early this morning. Suffering from pneumonia, the woman was admitted to the Hospital on May 2 and corona virus was confirmed on her on May 4. Similarly, a 34-year-old man of Pratappur rural municipality-9 of Nawalparasi died of corona virus this morning. He was suffering from pneumonia and admitted to Old Medical College on May 6 and he tested corona virus on the same day. He was receiving treatment at COVID ICU.

Likewise, another 53-year-old man of Sainamaina municipality-1 of Rupandehi was admitted to the hospital after suffering from pneumonia on May 6 and died of coronavirus early this morning. He had tested positive for Covid-19 on the same day. He died while undergoing treatment at COVID ICU.

Meanwhile, a corona virus infected man of Kawasoti municipality-2 died in course of treatment at Chitwan Medical College early this morning. He was admitted to the hospital on April 28 and he tested positive for corona virus on April 29. He was also suffering from pneumonia.

And a 53-year-old Covid-10 infected woman of Tikapur municipality-9 of Kailali district died in course of treatment at the Chitwan Medical College this morning. She was admitted to the hospital after respiratory complications.

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