One more COVID-19 case pushes tally to 8 in Puducherry

A 24-year-elderly person from Karaikal tried constructive for COVID-19 on Friday, pushing the count of dynamic cases to eight in the Union Territory of Puducherry.

Chief of Health and Family Services S Mohan Kumar told journalists here that the lady had come back from Dubai half a month prior and had first tried negative for the contamination.

Be that as it may, a second test on Friday affirmed she was sure. She is presently in the Government General clinic in Karaikal where effectively one patient is under treatment.

The quantity of COVID-19 cases in the Union Territory has now ascended to eight – six in Puducherry and two in Karaikal.

In the interim, five patients, including a lady, from neighboring Tamil Nadu regions of Villupuram and Cuddalore, are experiencing treatment for the contamination in the midway directed JIPMER and they are tallied under Tamil Nadu list.

Wellbeing Secretary Prashanth Kumar Panda said as a result of resumption of financial exercises following facilitating of limitations, individuals have quit following social removing standards.

This is going to spell peril for the Union Territory, he said.

He said that the administration had given ‘standard working methodology’s to all emergency clinics to guarantee that the patients turning up followed social separating .

He further said the office was doing trying of individuals by gathering tests and of the 5,312 examples tried up until this point, 5,162 examples tried negative and consequences of outstanding tests were anticipated.

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