Seven-month pregnant woman Shreya Rai dies of Covid in Dubai


Daijiworld Media Network - Beltangady (MS)

Beltangady, Mar 5: A woman from Beltangady here in Dakshina Kannada, presently residing in Dubai, died due to Covid-19 infection and pneumonia.

The deceased Shreya Rai, was seven months pregnant. After the confirmation of Covid infection a few days ago, Shreya was being treated in a renowned hospital of Dubai. Her condition deteriorated after some days. Doctors confirmed her death on the morning of Thursday March 5.

Shreya, who is a native of Kalasa of Chikkamagaluru had completed her graduate and post-graduate studies at SDM college of Ujire. After she married Pawan of Moodbidri origin, she lived in Dubai.

The news of untimely death of Shreya, who was always in the forefront of cultural and educational activities of the institution, has shocked her countless friends and well-wishers.

 

 

 

  

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  • Evans C Sumitra, Udupi/New York, USA.

    Sat, Mar 06 2021

    RIP, Shreya Rai. It is hard for her husband and all her loved ones to lose a young seven-month pregnant woman. I remember when I was working in Dubai in 1977 where my friend lost his wife in a car accident. He was luckily saved but his life was not like before. I went through many comments in this issue which is ridiculous and hurt the sentiments of the deceased family members.

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  • Af,,,, Mangaluru

    Sat, Mar 06 2021

    Rest in peace , very very sad

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  • FLORA DSOUZA, Kalmady/Jerimeri-Mumbai

    Sat, Mar 06 2021

    Its very shocking and very sad a young Pregnant & a Pretty woman lost her life. May her soul Rest in peace. Lord our God pls give needed strength and courage to her Husband, Parents and loved ones to bear the loss.

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  • Shridhara maniyani, Mangaluru

    Sat, Mar 06 2021

    Very sad. May her soul rest in peace. Take this incidence as example all those who neglect the precaution to be taken to prevent COVID 19. Prevention is better than cure as well as death.

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  • Al Dsouza, Canada

    Sat, Mar 06 2021

    RIP. My sincere prayers for her family during the difficult hours of time.

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  • Sunny D'Souza, Marnimikatte

    Sat, Mar 06 2021

    So sad Rest in Peace

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  • Fernandes, Mangalore

    Sat, Mar 06 2021

    Dear All enough is enough. Please stop all type of political, personal/egoistic comments in this regards at this time of sorrow. A young life is no more along with unborn baby. Please sympathizes & give courage the grieving family and her beloved husband. As all of us know, there is no medication for covid19 other than self immunity. Hospitals around the world are doing the same “watch and try" serious patients are put on ventilators to supplement the oxygen level in the blood. So don’t blame the Country and their medical facilities. May her soul Rest in peace. Almighty Lord gives strength and courage the family member to bear the tragic loss of their loved one.

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  • Rita, Germany

    Sat, Mar 06 2021

    Cant believe.7 months pregnant and got covid and died?Two lives are here gone.Why did the officials not decide atleast the life of the baby.?As soon as they came to know she iwll not survive could have operated and the baby could have saved.Of course risky.But she was already 7months pregnant.Baby had the chance to survive.Lady must have had Pneumonia .Heartfelt sympathies to her family.May her soul rest in peace.

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  • Pavan, Nlr

    Sat, Mar 06 2021

    RIP..

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  • Prakash, Mangalore

    Sat, Mar 06 2021

    It's very sad news, Rest in peace Shreya Rai. As i know medical facility in UAE is one of the best in world and there must be some complications, without knowing the details we need to restrain commenting.

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  • H. Almeida., Bendur/Andheri.

    Sat, Mar 06 2021

    Heartbreaking to observe the passing away of a young pregnant lady in Dubai... This is destiny or due to low immunity.... No one can possibly give a valid reason, for this untimely death... Rest in everything peace !!!!

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  • Shekar Moily Padebettu, Udupi/India

    Fri, Mar 05 2021

    Whatever may be your views or opinions, one precious life is gone for ever.So sad and unbelievable.I must say her destiny now. Heartfelt condolences to the bereaved family members especially to her husband.May Almighty God in His everlasting Mercy grant an eternal peace to the departed soul and bestow enough strength,energy and patience to overcome this irreparable loss and grief. OM SHANTHI,OM SHANTHI,OM SHANTHI

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  • Dev, Mangalore

    Fri, Mar 05 2021

    It seems people are arguing about quality of hospitals and doctors in gulf Kingdoms. If people's immunity is not working then no medicine or doctors anywhere in the world can save or prolong their life. In most developed nations their diets that consists of processed foods which lack nutrition is the prime reason for simple diseases are taking heavy toll on their lives. Corona wasn't taking any lives from many decades but polluted environment is making it as dangerous but data proves only 0.003% are at risk. The challenge of foreign doctors is still open for anyone including scientists and doctors to prove it caused death and get $ 2& half million. Rest in peace Shreya.

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  • Mohammed, Saudi arabia

    Fri, Mar 05 2021

    Rip sister

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  • Sangram Sangam, Kundapur

    Fri, Mar 05 2021

    its sad news Hope some my Dubai friends will not saying anything about Dubai Govt. If anything happen in India some people sitting in Gulf and started to bark

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  • nellu, kudla

    Fri, Mar 05 2021

    r u so despertate comment at this point. u r bhakth of feku seems.

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  • Charan, Mangaluru

    Fri, Mar 05 2021

    Sangam, Exactly you are right, but cant pick up mistakes and question against authoritarian governments while residing there, This is the difference between authoritarian rule and democratic countries . Even journalists to censored to publish news that not favored them . Just google it that how Jamal Khashoggi murdered and dismembered for questioning the government and daring news

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  • Sangram Sangam, Kundapur

    Fri, Mar 05 2021

    Nellu I am Bakth but not Gulama I have a great respect Gulf nation and rulers My question is some people barking for everthing happens in India

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  • Rajesh Shetty, Udupi

    Fri, Mar 05 2021

    Sanagram, your comment is unacceptable, you are not born as a human being, you are devil, learn to respect human beings first. Shriya rest in peace.

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  • Harold Dcunha, Mangalore, India.

    Fri, Mar 05 2021

    You talk insane. UAE and Saudi Arabia are taking care of the citizen very well so as all the middle east countries. The systems are very good and even the Europeans/westerners are not going back to their Country, as these places are taking care of the citizens very well.

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  • sense_Shetty, Mangalore

    Fri, Mar 05 2021

    The Govt of India should track Covid deaths of its citizens in the gulf region. The authorities here could be using Indian patients as Guinea pigs for testing vaccines. Also the efficiency of the doctors and health workers in this region is questionable, though these countries project themselves with glitter and color ,they lack basic human traits which we see in common poor people in India.

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  • Rodney, Mangalore,Dubai

    Fri, Mar 05 2021

    Well the medical facilities here are really good. UAE has good hospitals.Nobody is forced to take the COVID vaccine here in Dubai. Any one can die of COVID, young and the old. I had nighmares in Mangalore getting treated for my ailment and found the right doctor here (Haematologist) A doctor who was positive in life, unlike the one that i met back home.And people who have preconditions have to be extra careful and people here follow protocols of wearing mask. Tell me how many people back in Mangalore are wearing mask in public. India looks like is COVID free and people who travel and arrive have to quarantine themselves 14 days. Hippocratic society maintaining double standards back home. Question yourself now.

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  • AG, Mangalore /Dubai

    Fri, Mar 05 2021

    Rodney , all this while i stayed in UAE , i dint get infected with covid. When i landed here , the casual approach was shocking, No masks at all. I was going to stay here just for 3 weeks and ended up getting covid 2 days before my flight due to someone else's negligence .

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  • Cynthia, Kirem

    Fri, Mar 05 2021

    AG, This is the opinion of every one. Those who are come from abroad or other states, really get surprised at the people for not wearing masks. Other day, i too travelled towards kinnigoly side, not a single person in the bus as well as in kinnigoly area wear mask. On inquiring they say, its required in Mangaluru and not here. When i visited the some shops, staff over there look at us strangely...Even, two of our friends, about to go back to dubai are suffering from covid with the symptoms like rashes, cough, weakness and so on.....WHY WE ARE NEGLIGENT? One of my friends in kerala (kottayam) says, there will be a fine of Rs. 500/- for not wearing mask....and she says there cases are less but more in Calicut, Kasargod side close to our border...why rules are so liberal here in Mangalur? When our nagarpalika will be awakened???Concerned officials please look into the matter...stop watching the vidros those got viral...

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  • Kishore Kumar, Mangaluru

    Sat, Mar 06 2021

    Rodney, Dubai, ... 'Nobody is forced to take the COVID vaccine here in Dubai', but those haven't taken COVID vaccine are compelled to do the PCR test every week with their own money in UAE !!!!!!!! Why a small country like UAE is reporting more than 3000 + cases and 15 + deaths daily even though it was following very strictly COVID restrictions since the beginning of pandemic ????

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  • Alphy, Mumbai

    Sat, Mar 06 2021

    All my friends in UAE managed to get vaccine without any problems. The hospitals are one of the best and the doctors are not cut-throat chores like in India. It is easy to enter hospitals in India but coming out is always a big question mark. I have personally experienced it and I dread going to the hospitals without having a huge bank balance! It is true even with best treatment, if the time has come, it is not possible to save the life of a person. Shreya rest in peace.

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  • Cynthia, Kirem

    Fri, Mar 05 2021

    Om shanthi

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Fri, Mar 05 2021

    Rest in Peace Shreya ...

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