Former Santosh Trophy participant E Hamsakoya dies of Covid-19

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Former Santosh Trophy participant E Hamsakoya (61) died of Covid-19 in Malappuram on Saturday, district medical officer Dr Ok Sakeena mentioned, including 5 of his members of the family are present process therapy on the medical faculty hospital in Manjeri. With his demise, the virus-induced demise toll rose to 16 within the state.

Health officers mentioned he got here from Mumbai on May 21 along with his members of the family and all had been in quarantine since then. His daughter-in-law was first examined constructive and later he was additionally identified with the illness after which his situation deteriorated. They mentioned they even tried plasma remedy to save lots of his life however failed. He was on the ventilator for the final two days and suffered a coronary heart assault on Saturday.

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A veteran striker from Malabar, he performed for Maharashtra in Santosh Trophy (1981-86) and was additionally within the nationwide workforce for Nehru Trophy. He additionally represented many soccer golf equipment together with Mohun Bagan, Railways and Tata Sports. He began his soccer profession throughout his college days and captained Calicut University’s, soccer workforce. After retiring from energetic sports activities he was settled in Mumbai along with his household. Many together with legendary Indian footballer I M Vijayan condoled his demise.

The state had reported 111 recent virus circumstances on Friday, highest quantity because the outbreak started in January final. Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan had mentioned since one lakh extra individuals are anticipated from the middle-eastern nations by month-end the quantity could shoot up in coming days. The state’s complete constructive circumstances went as much as 1699 of which 973 are energetic circumstances.


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