Corona virus latest news : Santosh Singhi

Suspected Corona virus patient in Chapra after Mumbai, Jaipur, PMCH sent

The suspected female patient is being taken to Patna Medical College (PMCH). Earlier, she was admitted in the ICU of a hospital in Chapra. Corona viral-like symptoms have been found in women.


After Mumbai and Jaipur, Corona virus suspects have now been detected in Chhapra, Bihar. There are symptoms like Corona virus in it. This female patient has been sent to Patna Medical College and Hospital (PMCH). However, it is a matter of relief that no positive case has come in the country so far.

The woman has returned from China only a few days ago

The suspected female patient returned from China a few days ago. Shortly after the woman had a Corona virus-like symptom, she was shown in Chhapra from where she was referred to PMCH. PMCH Superintendent Vimal Karak said that a girl recently returned from China was admitted to the ICU of a hospital in Chhapra after having mixed symptoms of karaona virus. Right now he is being brought to PMCH. He said, ‘After the PMCH arrives, the girl’s blood sample will be sent to Pune for examination and after that according to the report her treatment will start. We are fully prepared for such suspicious cases. ‘

Suspicious patient found in Jaipur!

Earlier, a doctor who returned from China in Jaipur studying MBBS has been admitted to a hospital in Jaipur in the fear of getting infected with the karaona virus. This doctor, admitted to Sawai Man Singh Hospital, Jaipur, has been kept in a separate ward. Rajasthan Health Minister Dr. Raghu Sharma has ordered the hospital administration to examine the entire members of the doctor’s family. Let us know that till now more than 80 people have died in China from this dangerous virus. The deadly Corona virus spreading in China is now taking its more dangerous form and its spread continues.

Investigation of suspects in Mumbai

Recently in Mumbai, two suspected patients were kept in separate wards at BMC-operated Kasturba Hospital in Chinchpokli. Both patients had recently returned from China.

Thermal screening of passengers in Bengaluru

On the other hand, thermal screening of passengers from outside is going on at Bangalore International Airport from 8 am on Sunday. Airport Health Organization said, “For the past 14 days, there has been no positive report from any of the passengers who returned from Wuhan, China. So far, thermal screening of 392 passengers has been done.

Not a single case of Corona is positive yet

As a precaution against the Corona virus at 7 airports in the country, more than 29,000 passengers from 137 flights have been screened, but not a single case has been found positive so far. The Health Ministry tweeted, ‘29,707 passengers of 137 flights were screened. On Sunday, 4,359 passengers of 22 flights were screened. No cases of Corona virus infection have been reported yet. ‘


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People imprisoned in China

China’s health experts are placing it in a very dangerous category. The most worrying thing is that the disease does not show symptoms and it is taking people in its grip. The fear of China is that people in Wuhan have been ‘imprisoned’ in their homes and no one is allowed to leave the city.

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