Coronovirus India - Jammu and kashmir 2 positive cases of coronavirus

Corona havoc reaches Jammu and Kashmir, two suspected patients found, all primary schools closed till March 31

Corona havoc reaches Jammu and Kashmir, two suspected patients found, all primary schools closed till March 31



The havoc of the Coronavirus has now reached Jammu and Kashmir. The Jammu and Kashmir government says that test reports of 2 suspected patients have been received from Jammu. The test report is expected to be positive. Both patients have been kept in isolation, and both are reported to be stable. It is being told that both of them had left the hospital after medical advice, and they will now be brought back.




At the same time, Rohit Kansal, Principal Secretary (Planning), Jammu and Kashmir, said that all primary schools in Jammu and Samba district of Jammu and Kashmir have been closed with immediate effect till March 31. Not only this, all biometric addiction in Jammu and Kashmir has been suspended immediately till March 31.




The third case of Corona revealed in Delhi.


The third case of corona infection was reported in Delhi on Friday. Coronavirus has been confirmed in a man who has traveled to Thailand and Malaysia. With this, the number of corona-infected patients in the country increased to 31.

Health Ministry officials said that another patient suffering from Corona has been found in the national capital. He has recently moved to Thailand and Malaysia. His health is said to be stable. Doctors are keeping a close watch on his health." Earlier, the 45-year-old resident of Mayur Vihar has been confirmed to have Coronavirus. He recently went to Agra, where six of his relatives also succumbed to the infection. Apart from this, the corona investigation of an employee of West Delhi working in the Paytm office in Gurugram has come out positive. They are all undergoing treatment at Safdarjung Hospital. A corona patient has also been found in Ghaziabad. He has been admitted to the Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital in Delhi.

Screening at 30 airports
The Health Ministry has given instructions to investigate foreign nationals at 30 airports across the country. Earlier, the screening process was going on at 21 airports. It has been made mandatory for all international citizens to undergo health check-ups, irrespective of their nationality.

Health Officers Training
The Ministry of Health is organizing a one-day national training program on Corona in collaboration with the World Health Organization (WHO). In addition to all the states/union territories, 280 health officers from hospitals of Railways, Army and Paramilitary forces are participating.

13 Iranian tourists segregated
A 13-member tourist group from Iran has been kept as a precautionary measure at a hotel in Amritsar. Health officials have barred her from leaving the room until the investigation is complete. According to officials, Iranian tourists reached Amritsar on Thursday night. A detailed health check-up is being done by keeping them separate in hotel rooms. Tourists have been given strict instructions to stay in the room until the investigation report comes.

29607 people under surveillance: Harshvardhan
In India, 29607 people have been placed under medical supervision due to suspicion of the Coronavirus. Health Minister Harsh Vardhan gave this information in Lok Sabha on Friday. In a written reply to queries from Rahul Gandhi, Manoj Kotak, and Adoor Prakash, he said, "By March 5, 2020, 29607 people have been covered under the Integrated Disease Surveillance Program (ISDP) launched in the wake of Coronavirus. Effective arrangements for screening at major airports and other locations have been put in place to prevent the spread of Corona. 'Harsh Vardhan said that 654 people who were brought to Delhi from Wuhan city of China last month, twice in connection with the Karona virus, Were investigated. He was discharged on 17 and 18 February after both reports came back negative.

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