Covid-19 patient from Kerala visited Mangaluru hospital twice

Source: TNN | Published on 24th March 2020, 3:06 PM | Coastal News |

Mangaluru:  A Covid-19 patient from Kerala visited a Mangaluru hospital twice, revealed Karnataka department of health and family welfare. A 54-year-old person from Kasaragod in Kerala is confirmed as Covid-19 positive case.

He landed at Mangalore International Airport on March 10 at 5.30pm by Air India Express flight.

From there, he had travelled in his own vehicle to Kasaragod. He had coffee near Kasaragod and reached home at 7.30pm. On March 11, he had visited local fish market and returned home at 10pm. He had consulted a local doctor at Kasaragod on March 18 and later visited to Kasturba Medical College, Attavar at 3pm, visited reception and consulted a doctor. He had tea at KMC canteen and travelled in an auto to Medicity and brought medicines and returned to Kasaragod by KSRTC bus.

Again he travelled to Mangalore on March 20 in a private vehicle and visited a doctor and returned back to Kasargod in a private vehicle. The health department has requested all passengers who travelled in the above said flight/aircraft, and KSRTC bus can self-report by dialing 104 or other helpline numbers.

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