The Coronavirus / Bengal government identified 8 passengers, who had returned from Wuhan.361 killed so far in China

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The Coronavirus / Bengal government identified 8 passengers, who had returned from Wuhan, along with students from infected Kerala; 361 killed so far in China.

56 deaths in 24 hours due to coronavirus in Hubei province, 2103 cases confirmed
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The first case of infection was confirmed in Kerala on 30 January and the second case on 2 February

The 8 people who returned from Wuhan, China on January 23 have been identified with the students of the coronavirus infected Kerala in the plane. Of the identified passengers, 3 were from West Bengal, 3 from China and 1-1 from Odisha and Delhi. Travelers from China have returned to their countries.

5 Indians have been asked to follow the health department guidelines. Their samples have been sent for investigation. 2 students from Kerala were found to be coronavirus infected on 30 January and 2 February. In China, 361 people have died due to this infection. In Hubei province, 56 people have died in 24 hours.

The Coronavirus56 people died in 24 hours in Hubei province

According to Chinese officials, 56 people died in the most affected Hubei province in 24 hours, while 2,103 coronavirus cases were confirmed. So far, 16,600 cases have been reported in China. Of these 9,618 people have been admitted to the hospital, of which 478 are in critical condition. According to Sputnik News Agency, the Russian Railways on Sunday said that since February 3, the passenger train service to China due to coronavirus has been banned.

India expels its citizens from China

India has evacuated its citizens trapped in China. On Sunday, 330 people were flown to Delhi by Air India special aircraft. It also had 7 Maldives citizens. At the same time, 324 civilians were brought from Wuhan to Delhi on Saturday. All will be kept for 14 days at ITBP Center in Chawla, Delhi and the camp prepared by the Army at Manesar.

Now preparing to shift suspected patients to Alwar

Preparations are continuing following the Centre’s directive to shift 300 of the suspects brought from China to ESIC Hospital in Alwar. The staff of more than 220 people has been working continuously for 82 hours. Work was going on till late Sunday and the two bleedings had been completed. Facilities have been provided for the suspects from beds, electricity, water, and bathing to TV, WiFi, catering along with study setup. Doctors, nursing, pharmacists and paramedical staff have been deployed here from almost the entire Rajasthan including Jaipur, Jodhpur, Pali, Udaipur.

The bleeding in which the hospital was built was closed for 2 years

The ESI blading was completed in 2014 but was started in March 2018 due to the auditorium and stadium not being ready. The girls and boys hostels that have been prepared were closed for the last two years. They have been opened five days ago. These rooms have been prepared in the 10 stories of Girls Hostel. A total of 96 rooms have been arranged for 288 people. The suspects will be kept in this hospital for 28 days.

The first case surfaced in Wuhan in December

The case of novel coronavirus first surfaced in December 2019 in Wuhan, China. It has spread to more than 20 countries so far. The World Health Organization declared the Gable Health Emergency on 31 January. So that other countries can take precautionary measures. So far, 20 in Japan, 19 in Thailand, 18 in Singapore, 15 in Hong Kong, 15 in South Korea, 12 in Australia, 10 each in Germany and Taiwan, 9 in the US, 8-8 in Macau and Malaysia, France and Vietnam. 6–6, UAE 5, Canada 4, Italy, Russia, Philippines, UK and India 2–2, Nepal, Cambodia, Spain, Finland, Sweden, and Sri Lanka 1–1 case confirmed.

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