- 7 Maldives citizens had also arrived along with Indians from Wuhan, they were kept under observation at the Chawla camp in Delhi.
- ITBP said- After investigation of infection with coronavirus, they will be sent back to their country
- In Hubei, China, 100 people died in the last 24 hours, 1696 new cases were reported
The Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) said that seven Maldives citizens, housed at Delhi’s Chawla Center, could be sent to their country on Monday evening after an investigation into infection with coronavirus. Test reports of 406 patients brought from Wuhan have come negative. ITBP spokesperson said on Sunday – This confirmed after examining fresh blood samples of all the people. The team of doctors took blood samples of these patients on 14 February. Now all patients will be allowed to get home in a phased manner. The ITBP said- Based on the instructions of the Ministry of Health, patients will discharged according to the medical protocols and procedures. At the same time, the investigation report of 252 Indians kept in the center in Manesar has come negative.
CORONAVIRUS (KOVID-19) HAS KILLED 1770 PEOPLE IN CHINA SO FAR
Coronavirus (Kovid-19) has killed 1770 people in China so far. While 70 thousand 519 infection cases reported. In the last 24 hours, 100 people have died in China’s most affected Hubei province. While 1,696 new cases confirmed.
NUMBER OF INFECTED CROSSES 58 THOUSAND IN HUBEI
According to the Health Commission of China, the number of infected in Hubei has been 58,180. While 6,630 people have recovered from the pandemic so far. The situation of more than one thousand people has improved in the last 24 hours. In comparison to a week, 356 people have been free from this disease and 91 deaths have occurred.
FEARS OF CORONA OUTBREAK FROM WUHAN-BASED ANIMAL MARKET
The first case of coronavirus found in Wuhan, the capital of Hubei Province. It believed that this spread from the illegal market of wild animals located there. It previously believed that the virus spread only through contact with infected animals. However, it then confirmed that it also spread from one person to another. However, it is still unclear how easily virus infection can occur.
3 DEATHS RECORDED OUTSIDE CHINA DUE TO VIRUS
Coronavirus is the first person to die outside of Asia in France. A Chinese tourist died on Friday. According to the BBC report, the French health minister Agnes Bujin said on Saturday – the victim an 80-year-old tourist who came from Hubei province in China. Previously only three deaths reported outside of China due to the virus, which occurred in Hong Kong, Japan, and the Philippines. A total of 11 coronavirus cases confirmed in France so far.