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Delhi: Tanzanian High Commission Defense Advisor dies from Corona, first case of death of foreign mission employee

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PTI, New Delhi

Published by: Kuldeep Singh |
Updated Tue, 04 May 2021 02:24 AM IST

Colonel Moses Beetas Malala, Defense Advisor to the Tanzania High Commission
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The Defense Advisor of the National Capital-based Tanzanian High Commission died in a hospital here from Kovid-19. This is probably the first case of death of an employee of a foreign mission from infection.

People aware of the matter said on Monday that Colonel Moses Beatus Malula died on April 28 at the base hospital in Delhi Cantonment. He said that Malula was taken to a major private hospital in critical condition on April 27 but was not admitted due to non-availability of beds.

The Tanzanian High Commission then approached the Indian Army. After this, he was admitted to the base hospital on behalf of the Indian Army and a team of doctors was posted for his treatment.

He said, however, he died at around 3 pm on April 28. No official information has been provided by Indian authorities on this. The Tanzanian High Commission mentioned Malula’s death in an internal dialogue with foreign missions and agencies of the United Nations.

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The Defense Advisor of the National Capital-based Tanzanian High Commission died in a hospital here from Kovid-19. This is probably the first case of death of an employee of a foreign mission from infection.

People aware of the matter said on Monday that Colonel Moses Beatus Malula died on April 28 at the base hospital in Delhi Cantonment. He said that Malula was taken to a major private hospital in critical condition on April 27 but was not admitted due to non-availability of beds.

The Tanzanian High Commission then approached the Indian Army. After this, he was admitted to the base hospital on behalf of the Indian Army and a team of doctors was posted for his treatment.

He said, however, he died at around 3 pm on April 28. No official information has been provided by Indian authorities on this. The Tanzanian High Commission mentioned Malula’s death in an internal dialogue with foreign missions and agencies of the United Nations.

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