64 quarantined in Bengaluru after coming in contact with coronavirus patient
| Wednesday | 4th March, 2020
By Express News ServiceBENGALURU: The Minister of Health and Family Welfare B Sriramulu in a press meet on Tuesday said 64 people who came in contact with the coronavirus affected techie in Bengaluru before he left for Hyderabad are being quarantined at home.
The residents of 92 flats in the building where the techie resides in Bengaluru are being screened for fever.
If there are any symptoms reported, the patients will be isolated at the Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Chest Diseases.
The techie went to Dubai on February 16 and arrived in Bengaluru on 20th.
There are 50 designated hospitals for isolation and treatment of coronavirus patients in Karnataka, including 31 government and 19 private hospitals.
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