Death dive for 35-year-old dentist from the 9th floor of the Covid wing in Russia

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A dentist died tragically from her Russia, who fell from the 9th floor of a Covid wing in a hospital. A few days ago her parents had died of a coronavirus.

35-year-old Darya Khorovskaya was initially found alive, but later lost her life, succumbing to her injuries in St. Petersburg, according to information cited by the Daily Mail.

Her tragic death brought to light more information about the family: her mother, Professor Lina Khorovskaya, 58, a specialist in clinical diagnosis, had died four days earlier due to the coronavirus. Her father, also 58 years old, Oleg Khorovsky, head of a private dental clinic, had died in late September after being stuck. coronavirus.

The orthodontist was close to both her parents and was devastated by their deaths, according to other patients in the ward where she ended her life at Elizavetinskaya Hospital.

She was “deeply depressed” by the loss of her parents

Khorovskaya was reportedly in “deep depression” over the loss of her parents. He fell from a window on the ninth floor, according to the information, and was seriously injured.

She was admitted to hospital with complications from Covid-19 two days after her mother died.

The woman, who worked at her father’s clinic, was found alive and taken to the intensive care unit but doctors were unable to save her.

It is not known if the family members were vaccinated against Covid-19.

A few days ago, Russia has set a new negative record since the start of the pandemic incoronavirus in the country. Last Friday, 999 more deaths and 32,196 new cases were recorded – a number that is also unprecedented for the country.

The Kremlin attributes the increase in cases to Russia at low rates of vaccination coverage of the population.

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