Coronavirus: 2 COVID-19 patients discharged in Kerala, 3rd stable says Health Minister Vardhan

New Delhi: Union Minister for Health & Family Welfare, Harsh Vardhan, shared that as of today 3,21,375 passengers from 2,996 flights and 6,387 passengers from 125 ships were screened. 2,571 samples across 15 laboratories across India have been tested and only 3 samples have been found positive.

He also said that 2 patients among the 3 positive cases found in Kerala have been discharged and the condition of the third one is stable. The call centre established at the central level has got 4,400 calls among which 390 international calls have been received so far. More than 360 emails have been received and responded on COVID-19.

Harsh Vardhan today felicitated the team of doctors & nursing officers from Dr RML Hospital and Safdurjung Hospital who were part of the team that was successful in evacuating 645 Indian citizens and 7 Maldivan citizens from Wuhan in China, which has been the epicentre of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), handing over the appreciation letters from Prime Minister Modi.


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