26 year old female Pakistani doctor passed away due coronavirus after being declared as 'normal fever'
ISLAMABAD - 26 year old female Pakistani doctor passed away due coronavirus after being declared as 'normal fever'.
A 26-year-old female doctor passed away from the coronavirus at Rawalpindi's Holy Family hospital, it emerged on Saturday.
The hospital's medical superintendent, Dr Shehzad, confirmed that the young doctor died due to Covid-19.
He revealed that Dr Rabia Tayyab had complained about mild flu and cough symptoms on April 20 which the doctors declared as "normal fever".
When her condition worsened after four days, she was brought to the Holy Family Hospital.
She was put on a ventilator but died on April 30.
The doctor hailed from Gujjar Khan in Rawalpindi and was the daughter of renowned teacher Mohammad Tayyab. She graduated from the Quaid-i-Azam Medical College in Bahawalpur and was due to start her house job from May 1.