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COVID-19 death toll rises to 195


Jul 26, 2021 11:37:22 PM

COVID-19 death toll rises to 195 COVID-19 has claimed nine more lives and the total number of deaths caused by the deadly virus in Fiji now stands at 195.

Permanent Secretary for Health Dr James Fong in his daily update said these deaths were recorded in the last four days and five patients succumbed to the virus as they did not get medical treatment at an early stage.

He said among the nine deceased persons is a 34-year-old man of Nadera.

Dr Fong said he presented himself to the health officials at the Colonial War Memorial Hospital over the weekend due to severe respiratory distress.

“The man’s condition worsened in the hospital and he died today after two days admission. He had just received his first dose of the vaccine in late June,” he said.

“A 45-year-old woman of Samabula died today of coronavirus after her conditions worsened at the hospital, she died seven days after admission, she was not vaccinated.

“A 52-year-old man of Raiwasa died yesterday of coronavirus after his conditions worsened at the hospital. He died 15 days after admission, he was not vaccinated.

“Also a 73-year-old died of Naitasiri died of coronavirus on Friday after her conditions worsened at the hospital. Her family reported that she had shortness of breath for one week prior.

“A 89-year-old woman of Narere died of coronavirus today after her conditions worsened at the hospital, she was not vaccinated,” he said.

He said four people in the Central Division died at home.

"A 72-year-old man of Naitasiri and 74-year old-man from Tacirua yesterday while a 82-year-old woman of Tamavua died of coronavirus at her home on Friday and a 57-year-old man of Nadawa died at home on Saturday. All were not vaccinated,” he said.
193 of the 195 deaths occurred during the outbreak that started in April this year.
By Nacanieli Tuilevuka

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