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All those who died of Coronavirus in India, their age, medical and travel history

All those who died of Coronavirus in India, their age, medical and travel history
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India called for a complete 21-day lockdown after it entered into the third and critical phase of the pandemic. For the last one month, India has been recording deaths due to the virus and 5 people have died so far.

While most of them are aged over 60, there has also been a cases where a younger person too succumbed to it.
S. No.

State / UT

Age

District

Travel history

1

Bihar

38

Munger

Qatar

2

Andhra Pradesh

unknown

unknown

unknown

3

Delhi

60

Yemen national

Yemen

4

Delhi

68

West Delhi

none

5

Gujrat

47

Ahmedabad

none

6

Gujrat

67

Surat

none

7

Gujrat

85

Ahmedabad

Abroad (Unknown)

8

Gujrat

70

Bhavnagar

Delhi

9

Gujarat

57

Vadodara

Sri Lanka

10

Gujarat

69

Surat

none

11

Karnataka

60

Tumakuru

Delhi

12

Karnataka

60

Tunkur

none

13

Karnataka

76

Kalaburagi

Saudi Arabia

14

Maharashtra

63

Mumbai

Dubai

15

Maharashtra

65

Mumbai

Abroad (Unknown)

16

Maharashtra

65

Govandi

none

17

Maharashtra

65

Mumbai

none

18

Maharashtra

45

Buldhana

none

19

Maharashtra

40

Mumbai

none

20

Maharashtra

64

Pune

none

21

Maharashtra

64

Mumbai

none

22

Punjab

70

Hoshiarpur

Italy and Germany

23

HP

68

Kangra

USA

24

J&K

50

Baramulla

none

25

J&K

65

Srinagar

none

26

West Bengal

68

Dum Dum

Italy

27

MP

65

Dhargaon

none

28

MP

52

Indore

none

29

MP

49

Indore

none

30

MP

65

Indore

none

31

MP

38

Ujjain

none

32

MP

65

Ujjain

none

33

Tamil Nadu

54

Madhurai

none

34

Kerala

68

Thiruvananthapuram

none

35

Kerala

54

Madhurai

none

36

Telangana

74

Hyderabad

New Delhi



38 year old from Bihar is India’s youngest victim

S. No.

State / UT

Age

District

Travel history

1

Bihar

38

Munger

Qatar


A 38 year old man from Bihar passed away on Sunday (March 22) making him the state’s first victim. He hails from Munger district and was admitted to Patna-based All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) on Friday for kidney ailments after returning from Qatar.

During dialysis, doctors noticed that he was suffering from severe respiratory issues, following which his swab samples were sent for medical examination, revealing the condition.

Delhi’s victim had a relative who travelled to Europe

S. No.

State / UT

Age

District

Travel history

1

Delhi

68

West Delhi

none


In Delhi, a 68-year-old woman died on March 13. The death was caused due to comorbidity caused by diabetes and hypertension, the officials from the health ministry said. The woman's son recently returned from Europe, and tested positive for the virus.

Gujarat’s victim had other medical complications too

S. No.

State / UT

Age

District

Travel history

1

Gujarat

69

Surat

none


A 69 year old man died in Surat on March 22, making him Gujarat’s first Covid-19 victim. He was also diagnosed with co-morbid conditions and had other medical complications too, the officials said. He had no history of travelling abroad.
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Karnataka’s victim had travelled to Saudi

S. No.

State / UT

Age

District

Travel history

1

Karnataka

76

Kalaburagi

Saudi Arabia


The 76 year old man from Karnataka was also India’s first victim of the virus to pass away on March 12. The man who hails from Kalaburagi district had returned from Saudi Arabia on February 29.

One of Maharashtra’s victims was suffering from diabetes, high BP

S. No.

State / UT

Age

District

Travel history

1

Maharashtra

63

Mumbai

Dubai

2

Maharashtra

64

Mumbai

None


The first victim in Maharashtra was a 64-year-old man with a history in Dubai. He passed away in Mumbai at Hinduja Hospital on March 17.

The second victim was a 63-year-old man who also died in Mumbai. The health ministry said that the patient had a chronic history of diabetes, high blood pressure and ischemic heart disease. He also developed acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS) due to Coronavirus leading to death.

Punjabi man who died of heart attack also had Covid-19

S. No.

State / UT

Age

District

Travel history

1

Punjab

70

Hoshiarpur

Italy and Germany


The victim from Punjab was a 70-year-old man who returned from Germany via Italy. He died in hospital after severe chest pain and was later found to be positive for Coronavirus. He passed away at a civil hospital at Banga in Punjab's Hoshiarpur.

Himachal Pradesh’s 68 year old victim travelled to USA

S. No.

State / UT

Age

District

Travel history

1

HP

68

Kangra

USA


The hilly state’s victim was a 68-year old man from Kangra, Himachal Pradesh. He travelled from the US to Delhi, before reaching Kangra.

West Bengal’s victim hailed from Corona-hit Italy

S. No.

State / UT

Age

District

Travel history

1

West Bengal

68

Dum Dum

Italy


A 57-year-old resident of Dum Dum, Kolkata died on March 23 in Kolkata. Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee confirmed the death during an all-party meeting. She said the patient had a travel history to Italy and that his family lives there.

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