Two people who were discharged from a hospital in Noida last Friday after testing negative twice, have now been readmitted to the hospital after they tested positive in the third round of testing.
Noida| Two people who were discharged from a hospital in Noida last Friday after testing negative twice, have now been readmitted to the hospital after they tested positive in the third round of testing.
The two patients were admitted to Noida’s Government Institute of Medical Sciences (GIMS) and had tested negative twice within 24 hours. While being discharged on Friday, another sample was taken from them for testing. The samples of the individuals turned out to be positive.
Officials informed that the detailed report will be sent centre after investigation.
Gautam Buddh Nagar district in Uttar Pradesh, under which Noida falls, has highest cases of coronavirus in the state. There have been 483 cases of coronavirus reported in Uttar Pradesh with 5 deaths.
Many areas in the district and across Uttar Pradesh have been sealed till 15 April after they were considered to be hotspots for coronavirus. After the steep spike in cases in Gautam Buddh Nagar, large gatherings were banned in the district till the end of the month.
The coronavirus cases in India crossed 9000 on Monday with 308 casualties, according to the data given by union health ministry.
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