Coronavirus scare: stable infected student, no new cases in Kerala
THRISSUR: One day after the case was reported (nCoV), health authorities said Friday that no new cases of novel (nCoV) have been reported from the state. The Minister of Health, who is camping in the city, said the condition of the female medicine student who was positive for nCoV is stable.
She was transferred to the isolation room at the Thrissur medical school hospital early Friday. Your samples have been sent for testing again, and any decision on your discharge can only be made after two consecutive tests are negative. Health authorities have tracked 58 people who have been in contact with her and kept them under surveillance.
The minister said 1,471 people are under observation in the state and 50 of them have been admitted to several hospitals. A total of 39 samples have been sent for testing so far. The results of 18 samples have been received, of which one was positive. Up to 125 isolation rooms, including 85 in the private sector, are kept ready in the state. He is designing the protocol for isolation rooms in private hospitals.
Police start actions against 3 for spreading false reports
She said that 10 ambulances had been organized to transport those who came from areas affected by the virus from the airports to their homes.
The authorities have also asked people under observation to avoid functions such as marriages and other events. The police initiated actions against three people for spreading false reports about the disease through social networks.
A total of 125 people are under observation only in Thrissur and 15 of them have been admitted to hospitals, 12 to medical schools and three to general hospitals. On Friday, five people were admitted to hospitals in Thiruvananthapuram, Alappuzha and Ernakulam; four in Kollam; three in Malappuram; two in Kozhikode and one in Palakkad.