One out of four vaccinated for Covid-19 patient dies in Jorhat

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By: Smita Bhattacharyya

JORHAT,March 23: One out of the four persons who had been vaccinated against Covid-19 on March 4 died, at Jorhat Medical College and Hospital (JMCH) on Tuesday.

All four who had been vaccinated at JMCH, had tested positive for Covid-19 on March 13 and 14, and all four had been admitted to JMCH.

Jorhat deputy commissioner Roshni A Korati confirmed that Sankar Prasad Khound, 67, a resident of Atila Gaon, had died of Covid-19 at JMCH on Tuesday.

Khound is survived by his wife, a son and a daughter.

The son, Arnab had told this correspondent on March 16 that his father was suffering from dysentery and was very debilitated as a result of which a test had been done on March 13 and he had tested positive along with his mother, who had also been vaccinated on the same day. He had said that his father was admitted to the hospital that day and his mother the next day.

The other couple Partha Saikia and his wife, who had been vaccinated with the Khounds had all tested positive the next day and they too were admitted to JMCH.

Apart from the Khounds and Saikias, three more persons have tested positive for Covid-19 after being vaccinated here.

These include a CISF personnel Dimbeswar Saikia (51) posted at Jorhat (Rowriah) Airport who tested positive on March 15 after taking the second jab at the Bhogamukh PHC near his home at Jelengitup, Teok on March 12.

Pranjal Saikia, PSO of the observer Manjit Singh Brar, who had also tested positive and had to be replaced.

Pranjal had taken the first dose of the vaccine at JMCH on February 26.

On March 17 an intern of the hospital, who had been vaccinated also tested positive for Covid-19 and was admitted into hospital.

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