Guntur District Collector Samuel Anand said the real cause of death of Asha Karmi would be known only after the postmortem report.
An Asha worker died at a government hospital in Guntur district of Andhra Pradesh (Andhra Pradesh) on Sunday. His colleagues allege that he died after being vaccinated with the Covid 19 vaccine. Guntur District Collector Samuel Anand said the real cause of death of Asha Karmi would be known only after the postmortem report. Also, he said that 10,099 health workers have been vaccinated in the last eight days, with no incidents of adverse effects occurring. After the death of one Asha worker at the Government General Hospital (GGS), other Asha workers staged a protest in front of the hospital and demanded Rs 50 lakh compensation to the affected family.
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The protest was led by a leader of the Center of Indian Trade Unions (CITU) and the district magistrate arrived at the hospital to offer condolences to the family members of the victims. The district magistrate said he would send a proposal to the state government to compensate the family of the deceased (Asha worker) in the form of compensation paid to the Covid-19 advance worker.
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He promised to give the family member a plot in addition to a job. It is noteworthy that on January 22, 44-year-old Asha activist complained of headache and fever three days after being vaccinated with the coronavirus.
Asha’s brother said, “We first took her to a private hospital, but when her health deteriorated further, we took her to a government hospital. She was a healthy woman and worked tirelessly during the Kovid-19 epidemic.” He also denied that the worker had a stroke.
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