Don’t panic over coronavirus, stay safe: UT Khader
Team Udayavani, Mar 18, 2020, 11:28 AM IST
Mangaluru: MLA UT Khader on Wednesday said that there is no need to panic about coronavirus as the government has already taken up measures to tackle the issue.
Addressing presspersons here he asked the people to eat healthy food. “Those whose immune system is strong they are less likely to be infected by COVID-19,” he added.
He further added, “We should reduce the bus to Uttara Karnataka and all the people travelling through KSRTC bus should be screened.”
“We should make sure that no infected person from the neighbouring state Kerala comes to Mangaluru, therefore railway stations, buses should be monitored properly,” he said.
A man from Kasaragod was tested positive for Coronavirus on Monday, March 16.
“Not only health department officials we all should spread awareness,” MLA told.
A 67-year-old woman who is a city resident and returned from Dubai via Goa last week has tested positive for coronavirus, making it the eleventh case in Karnataka. However, so far no positive cases have been reported in the district.
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