45-year-old tested positive on Friday, died on Sunday
After registering four positive cases from Hampi Nagar, a 45 year old woman — primary positive case has died in designated hospital in city.
on April 24 she was confirmed with covid-19 after she was admitted at Rajiv Gandhi Institute of chest diseases after she had diagnosed severe acute respiratory illness (SARI).
“P-465: 45 years female resident of Bengaluru Urban was admitted on 24.04.2020, with complaint of SARI and history of Pneumonia, known case of Diabetic with past history of Tuberculosis. Died on 26.04.2020 at Designated Hospital Bengaluru,” media bulletin released by Karnataka Health department said.
On Sunday morning thebengalurulive had reported “Hampi Nagar panicks after 4 positive cases“, explaining the chronological order of the patient number 465.
As per the reports the women had lost her husband on April 4 and later on April 19 she had visited BBMPs fever clinic after complaint of fever. On next day she had visited BBMP maternity home in Moodalpalya for Menorrhagia treatment.
But after returning back she became breathless which forced her family members to take back her to mudalapalya hospital where she was referred to Rajiv Gandhi Institute of chest diseases.
On Saturday evening her other three contacts were also tested positive — patient number 498, 27 year old male, special number 499, 27 year old male and patient number 500, 66 year old female — and all of them are now being treated at the covid-19 hospital.