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Rajasthan: Youth commits suicide assuming to be COVID-19 positive, tests negative

A young man committed suicide by treating himself as a corona positive. However, when his report came on Saturday, he was found to be negative.

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In Churu district of Rajasthan, a young man committed suicide by treating himself as a corona positive. However, when his report came on Saturday, he was found to be negative.

According to police, the young man, Mukesh Churu, was a guard for the last two and a half years in the Kandoi house behind the Jain Shtambar school. On Friday, his brother came to meet him and saw Mukesh hanging. The kotwal police station had recovered a suicide note from the spot.

It was written in the note that he corona is positive. He does not want his kin to be infected because of him. At the same time, the note also wrote that all his family members should be examined.

After the entire case, the police had kept the body of the youth in the state’ Bhartia Hospital and the medical team had sent a sample of the deceased to Bikaner lab for investigation. His corona report has been negative on Saturday. The police now handed over the body to the family members after autopsy. This is the first of its kind in Rajasthan where somebody has taken his life only on suspicion basis.

It is noteworthy that Bhilwara in Rajasthan became completely corona-free on Friday. Two patients admitted here were also cured now and sent home on Friday.

So far 28 cases were positive in Bhilwara. While two of them died, 26 went home. It is understood that the Bhilwara model has been discussed throughout the country in the war against Corona. The first case came here on 18th March. Thereafter, the administration acted strictly and swiftly. As per the report till 9 pm on 17th April, 5129 samples have been taken in the district.

Collector Rajendra Bhatt said that random sampling is now going on. No report has been positive in the district since April 10. The patients who have been cured are still in the 14-day home quarantine.

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