Maharashtra has 11 confirmed cases of coronavirus as 45-year-old person tests positive

The patient is currently undergoing treatment in a special ward of IGMC in Nagpur and had recently travelled to the US.

Asian News International March 12, 2020 11:10:46 IST
Maharashtra has 11 confirmed cases of coronavirus as 45-year-old person tests positive

A 45-year-old person was tested positive for coronavirus here taking the total number of cases in Maharashtra to 11, officials said on Wednesday.

"A 45-year-old person tested positive for coronavirus . The patient is currently undergoing treatment in a special ward of IGMC Nagpur and has a travel history to the US," Nagpur District Magistrate and Collector Ravindra H Thakare told reporters here.

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Maharashtra has 11 confirmed cases of coronavirus . Image credit: PTI

The total number of positive cases of coronavirus in Maharashtra rose to 11, including two from Mumbai, eight from Pune and one from Nagpur.

The World Health Organisation (WHO) has declared the coronavirus outbreak a pandemic.

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