Warangal Collector urges Markaz returness to self-report

It may be recalled here that six persons who took part in the event in Nizamuddin died on Monday due to Covid-19. Minister Errabelli Dayakar Rao also appealed to the people to come forward for tests voluntarily.

By Author  |  Published: 31st Mar 2020  10:48 pm

Warangal Urban: District Collector Rajiv Gandhi Hanumanthu has urged the persons who travelled to Delhi and participated in the Tablighi Jamaat event to come forward for coronavirus tests. According to the officials, a total of 32 persons attended the event, and added that they had so far traced 19 of them and put them in isolation.

It may be recalled here that six persons who took part in the event in Nizamuddin died on Monday due to Covid-19. Minister Errabelli Dayakar Rao also appealed to the people to come forward for tests voluntarily.

Following the directions from the State government, the district official machinery has plunged into action and started tracing the persons who attended the event. “While we have traced 19, we are looking for the others,” the Collector said.

In Mahabubabad district, three were quarantined two days ago. In Mulugu, two persons completed isolation but were kept under observation.

In Jangaon district, three were identified and three of them have been traced. While one of them has been shifted to Gandhi Hospital, along with family members, two others with their families have been shifted to MGM Hospital in Warangal, according to DMHO Dr A Mahender. What is alarming is that one of them runs a mutton shop in Veldhi village of Narmetta mandal. After returning from the event, he worked in his shop for some days and sold meat.

One person each in Warangal Rural and Jayashankar Bhupalpally were among those who travelled to Delhi. Both have been home quarantined.

 


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