Son Carries Body Of Man Suspected To Have Died Of Coronavirus On Pushcart

Son Carries Body Of Man Suspected To Have Died Of Coronavirus On Pushcart

Son Carries Body Of Man Suspected To Have Died Of Coronavirus On Pushcart

The lady and her son have been seen pushing the physique within the Athani thaluk of Belagavi.

Belagavi:

In a heart-wrenching incident, a girl used a pushcart to take the physique of her lifeless husband to the crematorium after she allegedly didn’t obtain any assist from kinfolk who suspected him to have died of Covid.

The lady and her son have been seen pushing the physique within the Athani thaluk of Belagavi.

The person had died two days in the past at his residence and no member of the family other than the shut members attended the final rites as a result of concern that he was COVID-19 constructive.

It was later discovered that the person individual was COVID-19 unfavourable.

A complete of three,693 new COVID-19 constructive circumstances and 115 deaths have been reported in Karnataka on Friday, stated the state well being division.

The overall variety of COVID-19 circumstances within the state is presently at 55,115, together with 33,205 energetic circumstances. Whereas there are 20,757 recoveries, the variety of deaths stands at 1,147. 

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