Two doctors at a Delhi hospital tested positive for novel coronavirus on Tuesday. Also Read - Coronavirus: After Bandra, Migrants Protest in Surat; Demand They be Sent Back Home
The two doctors at the Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital possibly contracted the virus from COVID-19 positive patients, an official told IANS. Also Read - Kerala Students in Australia's Victoria Get a Helping Hand During COVID-19 Pandemic
“Two doctors from our hospital have tested positive for coronavirus. Both are admitted to the hospital for treatment. There is a possibility that they were exposed to COVID-19 positive cases. We are still trying to look for the number of people whom they got in contact with,” an official of RML told IANS. Also Read - COVID-19 in India: Case Registered After Migrant Gathering at Bandra
The official added that the condition of the two doctors is stable as of now. “They are stable right now. They are not showing symptoms but have tested positive,” she said.
Ram Manohar Lohia is the nodal hospital for novel coronavirus in the national capital.
The total number of COVID-19 cases in the country stood at 10,815 on Tuesday, according to the Union Ministry of Health and Family.
Of these, at least 9,272 are active cases, 1,189 people have recovered while 353 people have lost their lives as on Tuesday.