Supreme Court judge and family in self-quarantine after cook tests positive for COVID-19

A Supreme Court judge on Thursday self-quarantined himself along with his family after their cook tested COVID-19 positive, sources said.

Press Trust of India May 15, 2020 07:56:04 IST
Supreme Court judge and family in self-quarantine after cook tests positive for COVID-19

A Supreme Court judge on Thursday self-quarantined himself along with his family after their cook tested COVID-19 positive, sources said.

According to the sources, the cook who was on leave since May 7 and tested positive on Thursday.

Sources said that the cook might have got infected with the coronavirus during the leave period but as a precautionary measure, the judge and his family quarantined themselves.

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