Corona tested positive: doctor, nurses in Kerala under observation
Three staff of a private hospital in Ranny of Pathanamthitta district, Kerala, India is being examined for any traces of the Coronavirus. The staff includes a doctor and two nurses who examined three people from Italy who came to their hospital complaining of fever. The people from Italy did not reveal that they had come from Italy. They included a couple above 50 years of age and their 24 year old son.
It was after these three people and two of their relative who were identified as having the Coronavirus, that the health department chose observe and examine the hospital in which they sought their initial treatment.
In spite of all the rules and regulations laid down by the health department, these people did not reveal the fact that they had come from Italy. As of now, these three people along with two of their relatives, a couple above 60 years of age, has been moved to the isolation ward in the medical college hospital in Kottayam as they have been identified as positive for Coronavirus.
The three staff of the private hospital in Ranny that examined these people has also been asked to go on leave.
Coronavirus is tested positive for three people from Italy and two of their relatives in Kerala whom they visited. The people from Italy reached Kerala on February 29th. On arrival at the airport, they did not undergo any tests laid out by the authorities. Health minister, K K Shailala also reported that the people from Italy identified as positive for Coronavirus did not follow the rules and regulations laid down by the health ministry. Finally, they had to be moved to the isolation ward by force. So far, the number of people in India that has been tested positive for COVID-19 is already 40.