Coronavirus: Two Test Positive For COVID-19 In Pune, Confirmed Cases Rise To 46 (Photo Credit: ANI)
Two people from Pune have been tested positive for coronavirus, taking the total number of confirmed cases in India to 46. The two people are related to each other and had returned from Dubai a few days ago. Both of them are currently admitted at the civic-run Naidu Hospital, said Dr Ramchandra Hankare, Chief Health Officer, Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC). District collector Naval Kishore Ram said the duo had returned to Pune from Dubai on March 1 and went to their home. “Till March 6, they did not have any problems. On March 8, they approached us after one of them started experiencing mild symptoms. Subsequently, their samples were sent for testing which returned positive on Monday,” Ram said, adding that the duo are related to each other.
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