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Mysuru district’s first COVID-19 patient recovers, to be discharged


Team Udayavani, Apr 6, 2020, 7:20 PM IST

Mysuru: Abhiram G Sankar, Mysuru district’s deputy commissioner, informed that the first COVID-19 positive patient in the district has recovered and will be discharged from the hospital.

The recovered patient had arrived from Dubai and on developing symptoms of COVID-19 sought treatment at a local hospital. After testing positive, he was shifted to the isolation ward and treated.

Presently, there are thirty-five COVID-19 positive cases in the district.

Seven new positive cases were reported on April, 6.

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