Kathmandu: Santosh Yadav, who died at Bharatpur-based Corona Special Hospital on Tuesday, has tested negative for coronavirus infection.
The test of his samples is found to be negative according to the lab report. The hospital sources said Yadav along with other suspects also have tested negative for the infection.
Another suspect being treated at Corona Hospital and eight others undergoing treatment at Bharatpur hospital tested negative.
Bharatpur Hospital In-charge Medical Superintendant Dr. Shreeram Tiwari said samples of swabs collected from four other suspects being quarantined at Corona Hospital have been sent to the National Public Health Laboratory Kathmandu for lab test.
Yadav, 30, of Birgunj-22, Jaganathapur breathed his last at 9.30 on Tuesday morning in course of treatment at Corona Hospital. Yadav had come to the hospital after he suffered from fever and pneumonia symptoms. He was already suffering from a disease called Lupus.
Chitwan Medical College had referred him to the Corona Hospital on the suspect of COVID-19 (RSS).
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