Orthopaedic doctor dies of COVID-19 in Kolkata
A frontline corona warrior, Nandi tested positive for Covid-19 three weeks ago and was admitted to the CMRI Hospital at Ekbalpur
A 57-year-old orthopaedic doctor, Surajit Nandi, of Kolkata's Vidyasagar State General Hospital has died of Covid-19, sources said on Monday.
As many as 28 doctors have reportedly died of coronavirus in West Bengal so far.
A frontline corona warrior, Nandi tested positive for Covid-19 three weeks ago and was admitted to the CMRI Hospital at Ekbalpur. He died late Saturday night.
A 57-year-old #orthopaedic doctor, Surajit Nandi, of #Kolkata's Vidyasagar State General Hospital has died of #Covid19, sources said on Monday.— IANS Tweets (@ians_india) September 21, 2020
As many as 28 doctors have reportedly died of #coronavirus in #WestBengal so far. pic.twitter.com/3Sa7c0jp2V
Before joining the Vidyasagar Hospital at Behala, Nandi was associated with the Darjeeling district hospital where he served as an orthopaedic sergeant for a decade.
According to sources, Nandi was quite popular among his colleagues and patients at the hospital and was treating patients amid the coronavirus pandemic in the last six months.
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