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According to Malay Mail, a Malaysian medical doctor who worked at Birmingham’s Women Hospital in the United Kingdoms has died of Covid-19. He was undergoing treatment for the disease but had unfortunately succumbed to it.
Dr Vishna Rasiah, affectionately known as Vish, was a neonatal expert physician at the hospital.
The executive director of Birmingham’s Women Hospital has described Dr VIshna as a highly-skilled expert loved by colleagues.
Vishâ€™s passing was unexpected and has left a huge impact on his wife, his daughter and the neonatal field. We must remember the good values he espoused, his vision and courage will forever be in our hearts.Sarah-Jane Marsh, executive director of Birmingham’s Women Hospital
Dr Vishna was a respected figure within the Birmingham community, echoes the hospital’s medicinal director Dr Fiona Reynolds.
On Facebook, hundreds offered their condolences and shared fond memories of the doctor.
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