Corona Suspect in Cianjur Dies, Health Office Wait for Lab Results – A patient with the initial D (50) who was suspected of contracting the corona virus (Covid-19) in Cianjur, West Java, died. The local Health Service is still waiting for laboratory results from Litbangkes to ascertain the cause of death of the patient.
Based on information obtained by CNNIndonesia.com, patient D died on Tuesday.
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Head of the West Java Health Office Berli Hamdani when confirmed confirmed the news. According to Berli, the Health Office coordinated with RSDH related to the handling of these patients.
“For the time being we have not been able to convey information. We are still taking all steps and studying the situation,” Berli said via text message.
Berli added, until now the hospital has not been able to ascertain whether the patient actually died of the corona virus or not. But the hospital has taken blood samples for laboratory tests at the Balitbangkes Ministry of Health of the suspected corona patient.
“Samples have been taken. But there have been no results,” he said. Bandar Ceme Online Terbaik
Based on information gathered, the patient was found visiting his brother’s house.
The patient was also briefly referred to Hasan Sadikin Hospital in Bandung. The RSDH and Cianjur Health Office had time to conduct medical treatment so that patients improve.
However, the patient’s condition continued to decline until he finally died at dawn.
Separately, the Acting Regent of Cianjur Regent Herman Suherman said based on information from the medical team, the patient returned from Malaysia on 14-17 February 2020 in good health.
But on February 20, the patient developed a fever and cough. Then he was treated at the Mitra Keluarga Bekasi Corona Suspect in Cianjur Hospital on February 22-26.
“But he has not recovered 100 percent, on the 26th he returned,” he said.
According to Herman, the patient went to his brother’s house in Cianjur while looking for alternative treatments. However, on Sunday 1 March 2020, the patient’s condition declined, as well as feeling short of breath.
“Finally the person concerned was treated at the RSDH, to get medical treatment,” he said.