UK hospital mourns Indian-origin doc’s dying

London, November 13

A hospital in eastern England on Friday paid moving tributes to a “dedicated and committed” Indian-origin doctor after his Covid death.

Dr Krishnan Subramanian, a 46-year-old Consultant Anaesthetist at Royal Derby Hospital, passed away at Glenfield Hospital in Leicester.

“This is a very sad day for the UHDB family,” said Gavin Boyle, the Chief Executive of the trust.

Meanwhile, US scientists have found that a drug commonly used to treat obsessive-compulsive disorder, or OCD, if taken within seven days of first symptoms of Covid, may reduce the risk for respiratory deterioration, a study stated. — Agencies

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