Two of three suspected COVID-19 patients, who fled from hospital in Maharashtra's Ahmednagar, return; search on for third
Three suspected coronavirus patients who were quarantined left a government hospital in Maharashtra's Ahmednagar district
Mumbai: Three suspected coronavirus patients who were quarantined left a government hospital in Maharashtra's Ahmednagar district on Saturday evening without informing anybody, the police said.
By late night, however, two of them returned to the Ahmednagar district civil hospital. Search was on for the third patient, a Topkhana police station officer said.
Earlier, two women and a man, admitted to a isolation ward of the district hospital in Ahmednagar, left without informing the doctors, an officer said.
The civil surgeon contacted the Topkhana police station in Ahmednagar city and sought polices help in tracing these persons, whose medical reports are awaited, the official added.
A person in Ahmednagar district is among the 31 confirmed cases of coronavirus in Maharashtra.
The active cases comprises 0.10 per cent of the total infections, while the national COVID-19 recovery rate has increased to 98.72 per cent, the health ministry said
The sensor used in the mask can respond to as little as 0.3 microlitres of liquid containing viral proteins, about 70 to 560 times less than the volume of liquid produced in one sneeze and much less than the volume produced by coughing or talking
The active cases comprise 0.11 per cent of the total infections, while the national COVID-19 recovery rate has increased to 98.71 per cent, the health ministry said