A day after a 31-year-old man examined constructive for Covid-19, he jumped off a window on the Govind Ballabh Pant (GBP) hospital in Agartala on Saturday.
The affected person from Muhuripur village in South District was admitted on the state-run hospital on Friday with poisoning signs. Throughout his admission, he underwent a compulsory fast antigen check within the hospital and he was detected Covid-19 constructive, the police stated.
“After taking statements from the hospital employees and realizing the affected person’s latest historical past of suicide makes an attempt, it seems that he was affected by melancholy as a consequence of some causes. To date, now we have not bought any proof of harassment on the hospital. Our investigation is on,” stated officer in-charge of GB Police Outpost Rakesh Patoari.
A nurse within the hospital, on situation of anonymity, stated that the affected person was shifted to the Covid-19 ward at round 11.00 pm. Late at evening, the person jumped off the constructing’s third flooring. The docs and paramedical employees who had been on responsibility, began therapy as he was alive when he was discovered. Throughout therapy, he died within the early hours of Saturday.
Earlier in June, an aged lady, a Covid-19 affected person died by suicide within the GBP hospital.
The state registered a complete of 4,996 Covid-19 constructive sufferers of whom 3,327 have recovered and been discharged. A complete of 23 Covid-19 sufferers have died thus far together with the 2 who died by suicide.