CM unaware of COVID death in Kasaragod; not included in health dept's website too


All news channels also telecast the news of Nabeesumma's death many times. However, the the State Covid Monitoring Cell was unaware of it.

People watching from a distance when Nabeesumma's body was brought to the cemetery in an ambulance

Kanhangad (Kasaragod): The chief minister seemed unaware of the death of Uppala Hidayath Nagar native Nabeesumma, who died of COVID-19. During the regular press meet, the chief minister did not mention the COVID death in Kasaragod.

Kannur medical college had issued a press release in this regard on Saturday morning itself. The district health department in Kasaragod and Kannur also reported the death to the State COVID Monitoring Cell.

All news channels also telecast the news of Nabeesumma's death. However, the State Covid Monitoring Cell was unaware of it. As the death was not included in the government report, it was not added in the website of district health department and the regular press release of the PRD.

According to the website of district health department, the number of recovered patients was 505 on Friday. On Saturday, 7 more patients recovered. Then the number was supposed to be 512. However, this was updated as 513.

It is clear that the health department in Kasaragod counted Nabeesumma as a recovered patient as she was removed from the list of patients in Kannur medical college.

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