Belagavi: 3 infants mysteriously die after vaccination; Investigation ordered


Team Udayavani, Jan 16, 2022, 2:38 PM IST

Representative Image

Belagavi: Parents blamed a botched-up rubella vaccination for the death of three babies, just days after being vaccinated. Health authorities said the infants had received the jab at their respective village health camps but died days later at BIMS Hospital.

One baby out of the four that were vaccinated on January 11 in Mallapur village and 2 babies out of the 21 from Bochabala village in Ramdurg taluk here, that received the jab died mysteriously, the health authorities said.

The infants were identified as Pavitra Halagur (13 months), Madhu Umesh Karagundi (14 months), and Chetan Pujari (15 months). They were admitted at the Belagavi BIMS Hospital in Ramadurga Taluk for treatment, officials said.

After receiving the rubella shots, the babies developed symptoms of severe vomiting and diarrhea and were rushed to the hospital.

However, the authorities said the exact cause of the deaths is not known.

Meanwhile, a postmortem investigation has been ordered into the deaths of three children to ascertain the exact cause of the death. However, the distraught parents are inconsolable at the tragic death of their children.

Udayavani is now on Telegram. Click here to join our channel and stay updated with the latest news.

Top News

BRICS must live up to commitments to sovereign equality and territorial integrity: Jaishankar

Kaup: 63-year-old man commits suicide

Man accused in rape case roams scot free even after FIR in K’taka

We monitor such developments: MEA on reports of China building 2nd bridge in Pangong Tso region

Afghan Taliban order women TV anchors to cover their faces

Bengaluru rains: Former CM raises ‘sinking’ image of city with Bommai

Headmistress sent to jail in Assam for bringing cooked beef to school


Related Articles More

Kaup: 63-year-old man commits suicide

Man accused in rape case roams scot free even after FIR in K’taka

Bengaluru rains: Former CM raises ‘sinking’ image of city with Bommai

Rains wreak havoc in Karnataka for third day

Hijab row: K’taka govt makes uniform mandatory for PUC students

MUST WATCH

SSC Result : Sirsi Governament School Students Achivement

Important Health Tips Must Watch

NEWS BULLETIN 19-05-2022

Storks enjoy agriculture activity

Heavy rain at Shivamogga Road block


Latest Additions

Heavy rain leads to water logging in Dimapur airport, flights cancelled

BRICS must live up to commitments to sovereign equality and territorial integrity: Jaishankar

Kaup: 63-year-old man commits suicide

Man accused in rape case roams scot free even after FIR in K’taka

We monitor such developments: MEA on reports of China building 2nd bridge in Pangong Tso region

Thanks for visiting Udayavani

You seem to have an Ad Blocker on.
To continue reading, please turn it off or whitelist Udayavani.