A 100-year-old girl, who had “recovered” from COVID-19 and discharged from a facility in Pune three days in the past, died at residence on Friday, relations mentioned.
The girl and 4 different members of her household had been admitted at a COVID-19 facility in Vimannagar in Pune on July 20 after they examined optimistic for the an infection.
On July 28, the centenarian and different members of her household had been discharged from the ability after “recovering” from the an infection.
The girl’s son-in-law mentioned she had nearly stopped consuming stable meals and was totally on a liquid eating regimen.
“Throughout her therapy additionally, she was on a liquid eating regimen and her motion was restricted and right this moment she died at residence,” he mentioned.
Based on medical doctors from the Pune Municipal Company (BMC), when dropped at the ability, the girl didn’t have any COVID-19 signs and her oxygen saturation was additionally regular.
However after a few days, her oxygen stage dropped and medical doctors determined to shift her to a much bigger hospital.
“Nevertheless, attributable to some causes, the mentioned hospital didn’t get her admitted. She was introduced again to the CCC (COVID Care Centre) facility, the place she acquired required therapy and her situation stabilised,” Dr Ramchandra Hankare, Chief Well being Officer, PMC, had mentioned.