Last COVID-19 patient discharged from INHS Patanjali in Karnataka

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Uttara Kannada Published: May 02, 2020, 12:46 PM(IST)

Indian Naval Hospital Ship (INHS) Patanjali Photograph:( ANI )

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The doctors have successfully treated the last patient, who walked out of the naval hospital in good health and spirits on April 30.

The last COVID-19 patient has been discharged from Indian Naval Hospital Ship (INHS) Patanjali in Karnataka's Uttara Kannada district.

INHS Patanjali has been at the frontline in treating COVID-19 positive patients. The doctors have successfully treated the last patient, who walked out of the naval hospital in good health and spirits on April 30, read a statement.

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INHS Patanjali had provided quality care and ensured the speedy recovery of all nine COVID-19 patients admitted to the hospital since March 24, it added.

A tireless team of doctors, nurses, medical and support staff ensured 24x7 care of the patients, who expressed gratitude for their effective treatment, the statement said.

Discharging of the last COVID-19 patient from INHS Patanjali also coincides with the Uttara Kannada district being declared an 'Orange Zone', - a vital milestone in the fight against COVID-19. 

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