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54 from Hasnapur quarantined

The villager was shifted to Gandhi Hospital in Hyderabad and after that District Medical and Health officials collected his contact list.

Published: 16th April 2020 10:11 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th April 2020 10:11 AM   |  A+A-

Sporting 400 beds spaced out across 40,000 square feet, the quarantine zone at National Sports Club of India (Mumbai) will open its doors to patients on Friday

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By Express News Service

ADILABAD/WARANGAL: As many as 54 people from Hasnapur village were shifted to the government quarantine centre after one of the villagers, who went to Nizamuddin Markaz meeting which as held in Delhi last month, tested positive for Covid-19. 

The villager was shifted to Gandhi Hospital in Hyderabad and after that District Medical and Health officials collected his contact list. Those who have come in contact with the infected person were shifted  to the government quarantine centre. Their samples had been collected and sent to Hyderabad, said the Nodal officer.

RMP shows Covid symptoms
A suspected case of Covid-19 has been identified at Alamkhanipet village in Warangal. The patient, an RMP from the same village, was shifted to the isolation ward at MGM Hospital on Wednesday, after he began showing symptoms of the disease. Reportedly, the medical practitioner had diagnosed several people at Mandi Bazar on March 30. Many of them were learnt to have tested positive for the virus, later. 



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