Maharashtra: Aurangabad woman recovers from COVID-19 after treatment, confirms health official
The woman, who tested positive for coronavirus in Maharashtra's Aurangabad district, has now tested negative for the infection following treatment, an official said
Aurangabad: The woman, who tested positive for coronavirus in Maharashtra's Aurangabad district, has now tested negative for the infection following treatment, an official said.
The woman, with travel history to Russia and Kazakhstan, had tested positive for the virus on 13 March, district health officer Dr Sundar Kulkarni told news agency PTI. Her latest swab test reports after treatment have come out negative, he said.
"Our line of treatment has worked. We used retroviral therapy, which is a combination of three to four drugs. She will remain under observation till the end of this month and then (be) discharged," the official said.
At least 21 swab samples were taken from the college where she works as a lecturer and all of them have tested negative, he added.
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