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ASI dies of complications from injury suffered in accident in 2018

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ASI dies of complications from injury suffered in accident in 2018
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B. Narayana Naik, 58, assistant sub-inspector (ASI) with the Mangaluru Traffic West (Pandeshwar) police, on Sunday died of complications from a road accident injury that occurred in October 2018.
Mr. Naik had suffered head injuries while on patrol duty at Padavinangadi on October 10, 2018. He resumed duty after three months. However, a couple of months ago, he developed complications and got admitted again, and slipped into a coma. Mr. Naik succumbed to the injuries on Sunday morning. He leaves behind his wife and two daughters.
A native of Padakodi in Bantwal tauk, Mr. Naik joined the police in 1989 as a constable after completing PU. He was promoted as an ASI in September 2018.

Prisoners Escape From COVID Care Centre In Eluru

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Jul 25, 2020, 14:56 IST
ELURU: Two prison inmates infected with COVID-19 have escaped from the Eluru CRR COVID-care centre in the wee hours of Saturday, July 25.
It is said that 13 prisoners from West Godavari jail, who were infected with the dreaded COVID-19 virus were admitted to the Eluru COVID care centre. Taking advantage of this, the two prisoners have escaped from the centre.
The two prisoners are accused in several theft cases.
Police have launched efforts to nab the prisoners after they were informed by the COVID care staff.
District Superintendent of Police, Narayana Naik, has inspected the COVID care centre. Speaking to the media, he said that the two absconding prisoners were accused in theft cases and will be nabbed immediately. Special teams were formed to nab the two prisoners, he said.

Man trapped in Kerala water tunnel for over 5 hours passes away

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The youth who got trapped inside a tunnel well in Puthige in Kasargod on Monday has passed away.
Kumbla Sub-Inspector of Police Santhosh confirmed that 24-year-old Harshid was found dead by the time the rescue personnel could reach him inside the blocked tunnel. He had got trapped inside the tunnel well, known as suranga, when there was a mudslide in the region a little after 11 am on Monday. The police and the fire force had reached the spot and began their rescue operations but by 5 pm, when they could finally clear the mud and reach Harshid, he had been found dead.

Kerala: Source of infection unknown, excise dept driver succumbs to Covid-19

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The death of Sunil Kumar is the 21st in the state due to Covid-induced complications. According to statistics of the health department, this is the second death of a person without underlying health conditions. In the death of a 65-year-old person in Kollam district on May 31, health officials had been unable to pin-point whether the death was due to co-morbidity. The source of infection was not found either.
Statistics show that 14 of the 21 deaths (70%) in the state were of people above the age of 60. There were three deaths in the age group of 41-59, three in the 18-40 age group and one death in the 0-17 age group. On a separate note, the death of Mahe-native Mahroof has not been included in Kerala’s list of casualties despite him passing away at the Medical College in Kannur. Officials argue that since Mahe falls under Puducherry union territory, his death must be counted in the UT’s list.

28-yr-old Kerala excise staff, who had no comorbidities, dies of COVID-19

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A 28-year-old man, working as a driver with the Kerala Excise Department, died of COVID-19 on Thursday morning. KP Sunil, a native of Padiyoor in Kannur, was a driver with Mattannur Excise Range office in the district. According to district officials, this could probably be the first case in Kerala where a person with no comorbidities died of COVID-19.
Sunil tested positive for SARS-CoV-2 on Tuesday since he had pneumonia. His source of infection is not known yet.
“The deceased did not have any previous illnesses. But we will inquire about it. We could not trace the source of infection also. He died around 9.50 am on Thursday," Kannur District Medical Officer Dr Narayana Naik told TNM.

37 staffers of Kannur RTC depot in quarantine after bus driver tests positive

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Thirty-seven staff members of Kerala State Road Transport Corporation (Kerala RTC), working at the bus depot in Kannur, went into quarantine after a bus driver tested positive for coronavirus. The bus depot will continue to function and will not be disrupted in any way, District Medical Officer confirmed to TNM.
The RTC bus driver, who had been transporting passengers landing in Kannur airport, was diagnosed with the disease two days ago. Among the 51 primary contacts of the driver, 37 are staff members, including bus drivers and supervisors of the depot.
“We are still continuing the contact tracing. But certain reports that the bus depot will be shut down is false; the operations are continuing as usual,” Dr Narayana Naik, District Medical Officer (DMO) of Kannur, told TNM.

Kerala officials struggle to trace source of infection in 50 COVID-19 patients

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The source of infection in 50 COVID-19 cases in Kerala between May 4 and 29 is yet to be traced. For a state that has in the past been quick to trace and isolate contacts of patients and thereby contain the spread of COVID-19, these 50 cases have proved a challenge for health officials.  
Some of the most puzzling cases are from Kannur, where the authorities have not not been able to trace how 14 members of a family from Dharmadom were infected with the virus. The cluster was detected after their 61-year-old mother tested positive in Kozhikode and later died. 
“She had epileptic seizures and was admitted for treatment in Kozhikode’s Meitra hospital. Since she was a comorbid patient, the hospital took a COVID-19 swab test as per protocol. To everyone’s surprise she was found to be positive and shifted to the Kozhikode General Hospital where she later died,” Kannur District Medical Officer Dr K Narayana Naik told TNM. 

COVID-19 | A robot to fight virus in Kannur

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Nightingale-19 being used to supply food and medicines to patients in isolation
In February, COVID-19 hospital wards in China staffed by robots had created headlines.
The robots were used to supply food and medicines to COVID-19 patients, since humans could approach them only by donning personal protective equipment.
Now, the district COVID centre at Ancharakkandi, Kannur, also is making news by deploying robots to fight the Novel Coronavirus.
The robot deployed assists health workers in caring for COVID-19 patients, taking food and medicines to them and aiding interaction between the patients and the staff. Christened ‘Nightingale-19’, the robot has been designed by the students of Vimal Jyoti Engineering College, Chemberi. Health Minister K. K. Shylaja launched the robot via video-conference from Thiruvananthapuram.

Student dies of fever soon after trip

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Student dies of fever soon after trip
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The blood samples of a college student, who died in a private hospital two days after returning from a tour, were sent to the Manipal Virology Institute in Karnataka, on Thursday. Blood samples of a few others who were part of the tour were sent to the National Institute of Virology Institute in Alappuzha.
The deceased was a resident of Koothuparamba and was doing her third year degree at S.N. College here. She had fever after returning from a college tour to Chikmagalur in Karnataka.
She was initially admitted at the Koothuparamba Cooperative Hospital and later shifted to a private hospital in Kannur on Wednesday evening after her health deteriorated. She died on Thursday morning.

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