B’luru: Covid-19 patient commits suicide at KC general hospital


Team Udayavani, Jun 26, 2020, 9:34 AM IST

Bengaluru: A 60 year old woman who had tested positive for  Covid-19 allegedly committed suicide at the hospital

The woman who belonged to Kunigal had tested  positive for Covid-19 on June 18 and was admitted to the KC General hospital.

Sources claim, the woman committed suicide by hanging herself in a hospital bathroom, at around 2.30 am on Friday, June 26

It is said that the woman’s son, daughter-in-law and her grandson were also tested  positive for the virus which is speculated to be the reason for her suicide.

A case has been registered at Mallaswaram police station.

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