Three suspected cases of Coronavirus shifted to CD hospital
Budgam: Three young male patients with symptoms related to Coronavirus have been admitted in isolation ward at chest disease hospital (CD) Srinagar from sub district hospital Charar-e-Sharief area of Central Kashmir’s Budgam district.
All three young male persons, (name withheld) had travel history within different cities from India and developed some symptoms related to Covid-19 and were immediately referred to Chest disease hospital Srinagar.
“All are from Charar-e-sharief” said Mastoora Iqbal Bhat, Block Medical Officer Charar-i-Sharief.
She said that the patients with very little symptoms of Coronavirus, having travel history within India and have returned on different dates in March, have been kept in an isolation ward at CD hospital Srinagar after we refered them there.
“Three young male patients developed fever and cough symptoms after arriving from different cities of India. They approached Sub district hospital Charar-e-Sharief today morning, we communicated with higher authorities and refered them to chest disease hospital Srinagar so that they would be quarantine properly,” she said.
“Nothing is clear of as of now. As a precautionary measure, we have kept them in an isolation ward there for precautionary measures,” she said. “There is no need to panic however general public must avoid visiting crowded places unnecessarily.” (KNO)