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Man completes 14-day quarantine, dies on his way home


Team Udayavani, May 26, 2020, 12:17 PM IST

Kalburagi: A 32-year-old man died while he was on his way home after completing his 14 days quarantine period.

The deceased is the resident to Indiranagar and was placed under quarantine after he came in contact with a COVI-19 patient.

After completing his 14-day quarantine the officials had asked him to go back home.

As per sources, even before he could reach home his health deteriorated and was rushed to Gulbarga Institute of Medical Sciences where he breathed his last.

However, the reason for his death is yet to be known

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