Sullia: Physicians from med college booked for violating quarantine


Team Udayavani, Jul 19, 2020, 12:19 PM IST

Sullia: A complaint has been file against five physicians working in the KVG Medical College here for violating their home quarantine.

The district administration learnt of their quarantine violations after tracking their GPS locations through the app.

The five medics were ordered 14 days home quarantine after staff at the College tested positive for COVID-19. However, all five physicians visited many places in the town violating their quarantine.

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