Mangaluru: Seven-month pregnant probationary PSI becomes Covid victim


Daijiworld Media Network - Mangaluru (SP)

Mangaluru, May 18: In a shocking development, Dakshina Kannada (DK) district police lost the services of a probationary sub-inspector of police to Covid19 on Tuesday may 18.

The probationary sub-inspector, identified as Shamili (24), was a resident of Kolar. Her death due to the pandemic came at 4.30 am today. She had been admitted into R L Jalappa Hospital at Kolar for Covid treatment. She was seven months pregnant and because of this, was not vaccinated.

Shamili had joined the DK police on January 11 this year. She had gone to Kolar on leave. She was admitted into the said hospital on May 2 for Covid treatment. The efforts of the doctors however, went in vain as they could not save her life.

Kolar superintendent of police had paid personal attention in her hospitalization and treatment.


 

 

 

 

  

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  • soni, usa

    Wed, May 19 2021

    In india ppl never follow govt guidelince ok. everyone do kola, marraige, festival, babyshower with thousand of people, going hotel, whole day roaming around no reason. end of the day you blame govt. you ppl stop telling all this drama. in the world ppl died meaning less. still countrylike india taking joke. People are in india dont have manners, or dicilpine respect ok.. IF YOU FOLLOW GOVT. GUIDLINES THIS KIND SITUATION NEVER FACED. THERE IS NO UNITY GO IT . STOP BLAMING GOVT.. EACH INDIVIAL TAKE CARE THEMESELF.

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  • Praveen, Kasargod

    Tue, May 18 2021

    Very sad. Why Karnataka can't bring down the death rate??? It's a matter of serious concern.

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  • John, Mangalore

    Tue, May 18 2021

    RIP, Looks like some good news also, COVID-19 Cases Plummet in India as They Distribute Ivermectin and Hydroxychloroquine? World Health Organization, big pharma freak out ? Ref: https://healthimpactnews.com/2021/covid-19-cases-plummet-in-india-as-they-distribute-ivermectin-and-hydroxychloroquine/

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  • Rita, Germany

    Tue, May 18 2021

    John mangalore,what good news did you find here?A seven month pregnent lost her life with baby too?Crazy.May her soul rest in peace.Heartfelt sympathies to her family.

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  • H. Almeida., Bendur/Andheri.

    Tue, May 18 2021

    Covid19 virus , does not recognize man created boundaries... front line warriors, are the first causalities, to this plague, it mercilessly overwhelms any reckless individual, who violates basic guidelines promulgated by the government..The opposition netas instead of cooperating with the Union government, are ambiguously playing, ugly politics for their personal gratification !!! This tragedy is a wake up call for all of us... We have to be vaccinated at the earliest, for getting a herd immunity. Rest in eternal peace !!!!

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Tue, May 18 2021

    Rest in Peace ...

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  • Bhavya Baliga, Udupi

    Tue, May 18 2021

    II Om Shanti II That is why the 800 bed abandoned for 20 years hospital in Kolar is being revived

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  • B.S.R, Mangalore

    Tue, May 18 2021

    I see that you post about this in every article like it's a big achievement. when are they going to revive? After thousands have lost their lives? If they really wanted to do something for people they should have revived it long back when we faced the first wave itself and be prepared with that hospital functioning before second wave hit.

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  • Prakrithi, Mangalur

    Tue, May 18 2021

    Good comment. As u sed, revived hospitaI shld hav been functioning from the first wave only....dnt understand how ppl act like blind evenif the clear picture is in front of dem. These ppl just close the eyes for reality and just spport blindly without understanding the effect of their comment on ppl.

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  • Ajay Rebello, Kallianpur

    Tue, May 18 2021

    RIP. Dear sir she and many others like her in Bengaluru and rest of Karnataka have not died due to shortage of beds.

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  • Naresh, Kerala

    Tue, May 18 2021

    Gone too soon,,,,, Condolences to the near and dear of the deceased. Regarding revival of hospital in Kolar, agree that this should have done during the lock-down period last year; nevertheless, it is better late than never. Credit goes to all the volunteers who participated in the revival. We should also salute the vision of Britishers to build an 800 bed hospital facility in 1880.

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  • Jessy, Mlore

    Tue, May 18 2021

    Very sad. Heartbreaking news. Such a young age. RIP sister

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  • Cynthia, Kirem

    Tue, May 18 2021

    So sad ....om shanthi.....condolence to her bereaved family...

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  • PB, Kudla

    Tue, May 18 2021

    Extremely sad to hear. Om shanti 🙏🙏

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  • Prakash, Mangalore

    Tue, May 18 2021

    So sad to read death of Shamili and her Kid. Rest in peace Shamili. Pregnant ladies should not given duties till Covid19 viruse controlled.

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  • Roshan, Udupi

    Tue, May 18 2021

    govt should fast track approvals for covid vaccine for pregnant and nursing mothers. I believe during pregnancy immunity is lowered.

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  • Rita, Germany

    Tue, May 18 2021

    Roshan Udipi,you are right.here in Germany as Corona started,govt had ordered all pregnent,and lactating mothers freed from attending duty in office or KG,With full salary.Could work as home office ,or need not attend duty during working hours.

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  • Flavian, Mangalore/Kuwait

    Tue, May 18 2021

    Every second moment, ever passing of a day, we come across such sad news ! No body would know what is waiting on our way next moment. R.I.P.

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  • Rahul, Mangalore

    Tue, May 18 2021

    So sad to here. Almighty give her family strength to bear her loss. Rest in peace.

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  • Dsouza, Mudarangadi/udupi

    Tue, May 18 2021

    RIP sis...... Fine she is not been vacinated, but dont she took precautionery measure or dont police department not giving PPE to police !!?!!!!??!

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  • Sameer, Riyadh

    Tue, May 18 2021

    Dsouza, Mudarangadi/udupi, Sad. RIP. With some of the incidents I have read, I have a sense of belief that there is a whole new variant in which people pass away within 2-3 days and vaccinations are not effective against it. Some of them with symptoms and some without. Look at the story from NDTV. A young doctor aged 26 years without any health issues, (not vaccinated) passed away within hours of testing positive. 50 doctors have died across India only on 16th May. Most of the countries went to the extent of testing even the tap water to see if contamination is spreading through any other means during the first wave. They took every step to contain the spread. Our politicians are still stuck in 'Go mutra' and 'Gobar'. The health ministry only comes out to do chest thumping when the cases go down, to praise their supreme leader about vaccination donation (actually those were commitments as per the parent company to export to specified countries and not donations) or to promote Coronil.

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  • Daniel, Mangalore

    Tue, May 18 2021

    Do you really think that a 7 month pregnant women should wear ppe? Have you seen doctors condition after wearing ppe kits? She's pregnant she should have been given leave /work from home. Unfortunate what happened. Condolences to the family

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