Ludhiana. The accused, who pushed the police employee from the civil hospital, has spread panic. His partner is undergoing treatment at a civil hospital and has been found to be corona positive. Now the outpost Jeevan Nagar in-charge Kulwant Singh and the police focal point in-charge Mohammad Jamil, who captured the Corona positive accused, have been quarantined. Health department teams can take their samples at any time.
Let us know that on April 6, the police arrested two accused accused of looting and snatching and recovered a lot of goods from them. Both of them carried out the robbery. He was taken to jail, one of which was refused by the jail authorities due to fever. After this he was taken to civil hospital. Here, he had managed to get an accused absconding by pushing ASI. Now his partner is found to be corona positive.
After this, the station focal point in-charge and Jeevan Nagar outpost in-charge have been quarantined. According to the SHO, he is still in the room and taking precautions. According to the SHO, the police station and post has been supported three times. The door of the police station and the outpost have been closed, no one is allowed inside.
So far, nine patients positive in Ludhiana
So far, nine patients have become positive in Ludhiana due to sample positives of two new patients. One of them is a woman from Jalandhar, while a woman from Gurdev Nagar has been discharged on Wednesday due to negative reports. There are currently seven positives (one Jalandhar) left. Of the seven suspected patients reported from the Patiala lab on Tuesday, five were found negative, while two were found positive. On Wednesday, new samples of 56 people have been sent, whose report will probably come on Thursday.
OPD and emergency of civil hospital will shift to ESI hospital
The district administration has taken a major step in view of the increasing number of positive and suspected patients of corona virus in civil hospital. The OPD and Emergency of Civil Hospital will now be shifted to ESIC Model Hospital at Bharat Nagar Chowk. Civil services have been asked to start at ESIC from 10 April. ESI’s Medical Superintendent Madhu Gupta and CMO will monitor the entire functioning.