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Dr. Ajay Goenka, Director of Chirayu Medical College and Hospital, said, ‘Dr. Shubham Upadhyay (26) died in our hospital on Wednesday. He was infected with the corona virus and was hospitalized since 10 November. He said, “His lungs were completely damaged.”
Meanwhile, Dr. Umesh Patel, his colleague who brought Upadhyay from Bundelkhand Medical College, Sagar, to Chirayu Medical College and Hospital in Bhopal, said, “Upadhyay served as contractual doctor at Bundelkhand Medical College, Sagar on April 8 this year. I joined duty in He was a Kovid-19 medical officer there. ”He said that he was found infected with the corona virus on October 28 and from then until November 10, he was undergoing treatment at Bundelkhand Medical College in Sagar, but his condition deteriorated. Being referred to him on 10 November, he was referred to Viva Medical College and Hospital in Bhopal and since then he was undergoing treatment at this hospital.
He said that the Madhya Pradesh government had said that the state government would bear the entire cost of his treatment. Patel said that the doctors were considering that as soon as he seemed a little stable, he would be taken from Bhopal to Chennai for better treatment, but in the meantime Upadhyay succumbed.
Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan tweeted, ‘The mind is full of pain and sorrow. Our brave corona warrior Dr. Shubham Kumar Upadhyay, who was infected by selfless acts while serving Kovid-19 victims one day and night, laid down his life today. Dr. Shubham presented a wonderful and unique example of service to the society.
He said, ‘Dr. Shubham made every single letter of the oath he was sworn in while becoming a doctor. He showed to be a true citizen of the country. I pay my respects at the feet of such a son of Mother India and pray to God to give peace to the departed soul. ‘
Madhya Pradesh Congress President Kamal Nath tweeted, ‘The news of the death of Dr Shubham Upadhyay of Bundelkhand Medical College, Sagar, who played the role of Corona warrior in the horrific epidemic of Corona virus is very sad. He showed his dedication by serving many patients at risk during this horrific epidemic of corona virus, but regretted that their lives could not be saved after being infected. I offer condolences to his family in this hour of grief. ‘
He wrote, ‘I demand from the Chief Minister that his family should be financially supported like other Corona warriors and all possible help from the government.’