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