Kashmir: 48 people who came in contact with Covid-19 patient put in quarantine
Forty-eight people, who had come in contact with the first coronavirus fatality in Kashmir, are in quarantine and authorities are in touch with the states visited by the man to track those who may have been infected by him, an official said on Thursday. The 65-year-old man, hailing from Hyderpora area of the city here, died on Thursday morning — becoming the first fatality in Jammu and Kashmir due to coronavirus. Four of his contacts in the valley – all from north Kashmir’s Bandipora district — also tested positive on Wednesday. “The person attended religious gatherings in New Delhi, Deoband (in Uttar Pradesh), Jammu, Samba, Sopore and then he came back here (Srinagar) and was admitted to a chest diseases hospital where he expired,” Director, Health Services, Kashmir, Samir Matoo told PTI.
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