In an extremely tragic incident, a father and his son both died due to COVID-19 on March 19 at different hospitals in Nagpur. Both the men were residents of Hanuman Nagar.
The father Dr Jagannath Zarbade (91) was admitted to Suryodaya Hospital in Ayurvedic layout by his son Sanjay Zarbade (54) after the father started having respiratory issues. On the first day, Dr Jagannaths COVID-19 report came back negative. However, the very next day when the infection in his chest increased he was tested again, after which he tested positive.
Meanwhile, Sanjay also started having respiratory problems on March 15. He tested positive for COVID-19 after he was admitted to Wanjari Hospital situated at Bhande Plot Square. As Sanjays health deteriorated, he was put on a ventilator on March 17. At 10:30 am on March 19, Dr Jagannath passed away at Suryodaya Hospital. As preparations were being made for Dr Jagannaths last rites, his son Sanjay also passed away later on the same day.
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