Posted by : Aahil Shaik Friday, June 5, 2020
Makkah records the first death of a resident Pakistani Doctor due to Corona Virus
The Makkah Al-Mukarramah region recorded the first death of a resident expatriate doctor after being infected with the emerging coronavirus (Covid-19), in a government hospital in the holy city of Saudi Arabia. Trending : Saudi Arabia reports 32 deaths, 1381 critical, 1975 new infections and 806 recoveries of Coronavirus
The health affairs of Makkah Al-Mukarramah said, the resident doctor, Naeem Khalid Chaudhry, 47 years old, a Pakistani national, who died of Corona virus infection was performing his practical tasks in the front rows to confront the epidemic.
- He was a specialist surgeon at Makkah's Hera General Hospital in General Surgery Department, The Health Affairs Department mourned the death of Chaudhry, stating him as role model for the medical staff for his tireless and brave efforts to fight the Covid-19 pandemic. Most Viewed : 7 most dangerous categories of Corona virus infection - Health Ministry
- Chaudhry was one of the best medical professionals under the health department who was on forefront of the ongoing fight against the pandemic, we consider him as one of martyrs, who stood at the first lines of defense said the director General of Health Affairs in Makkah region.
- All the colleagues of Chaudhry in the surgical department of the government hospital mourned the unexpected death of their beloved colleague, stating they were distressed with hearing the tragic news of their dear friend passing, who was with gentle and nice behavior. Dr. Chaudhray is survived by 3 daughters who are residing in Makkah. Read : Symptoms of Corona virus infections - Ministry of Health
- The director of Hira General Hospital, prayed to Allah to shower mercy and forgiveness on him and accommodate him in Paradise and give patience and courage to his family members to bear with the loss. Last Month, The Holy city also witnessed a death of Saudi nurse, Khalid Abdullah Al-Hussainai, due to coronavirus, who was working at King Abdulaziz Hospital.