City man in GMCH admitted | Nagpur updates

Nagpur updates: After coming into contact with a Telangana patient, a 41-year-old Nagpur resident showed symptoms of the corona virus and was admitted to Indira Gandhi Medical College (IGMC). This was informed here on Thursday by the principal health secretary Pradeep Vyas.

Accompanied by chief minister Uddhav Thackeray, health minister Rajesh Tope, commissioner Praveen Pardeshi of the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC), the secretary said there was no need to wear the mask publicly as the situation is usual in the state.

“But it should be used as precautionary measures by health workers who treat patients and those working at the international airport,” he said, adding that people should use handkerchiefs news by nagpur updates.

He was among 20 people who journeyed from Dubai to Bengaluru and then to Nagpur, according to hospital sources. “Investigations are ongoing,” they stated.

While advising people not to push the panic button, both the CM and Vyas urged them to take precautions to prevent the virus from contracting by avoiding large gatherings. They have commented on the Government’s plans to combat the endemic if it reaches the state.

“Apart from Pune’s NIV, Kasturba Hospital in Mumbai and IGMC in Nagpur were provided with facilities to check the suspected cases. We are also awaiting central government guidelines on tackling the threat of the virus, “they said.

Nagpur updates:- Announcing the 1916 helpline number for the cases of the corona virus in Mumbai, Pardesi said it screened the more than 70,000 people arriving from abroad to India. “Ninety offenders have been reported but 83 accounts are negative. On the domestic trains and bus terminals, as on date, there will be no screening,’ he said.

Tope added that the virus would only affect if the person were going very close to the patient, or if he/she was making a handshake with him/her. “It is not an airborne disease and therefore, patients must be held at a minimum of three meters.

You should stop even handshakes. Touching the body parts with hands such as neck, ears, nose, and mouth should be avoided as viruses can enter the body through them. Frequent handwashing is a must-have, not just with the sanitizer.

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