First coronavirus case confirmed in Jammu; 63-year-old woman with history of travelling to Iran undergoing treatment in isolation ward, says health official
The woman, who had a travel history to Iran, was among two patients who were declared 'high viral load cases' by the administration on the weekend
63-year-old woman tested positive for coronavirus in Jammu, making her the first confirmed case in Jammu and Kashmir
The woman had a travel history to Iran
She is undergoing treatment at the isolation ward of Government Medical College hospital
Jammu: A 63-year-old woman tested positive for coronavirus in Jammu, making her the first confirmed case in Jammu and Kashmir, officials said on Monday.
The woman, who had a travel history to Iran, was among two patients who were declared "high viral load cases" by the administration on the weekend.
They are undergoing treatment at the isolation ward of the Government Medical College (GMC) hospital and are in a stable condition, the officials said.
"The test report of the woman patient is positive, while the report of the other patient is still awaited," a Health Department official said.
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