New Delhi: In the latest development, two people from Pune in Maharashtra were on Monday night tested positive for novel coronavirus infection. Also Read - Coronavirus: Karnataka, Punjab Report 2 Fresh Cases Taking Total Positive Count in India to 45

Chief Health Officer of Pune Municipal Corporation Dr Ramchandra Hankare told news agency PTI that the samples of a man and a woman having history of travelling to Dubai tested positive in the evening. Both of them are currently admitted to the civic-run Naidu Hospital. Also Read - Coronavirus: Mizoram’s International Borders With Myanmar, Bangladesh Will be Sealed, Says State Govt



Earlier in the day, a Bengaluru resident was tested positive for the coronavirus in the state. Apart from Karnataka, another man from Punjab has also been tested positive for the coronavirus, thus taking the total number of confirmed cases to 47 in the country. Also Read - Coronavirus: Primary Schools in Bengaluru to Remain Closed From March 10 Till Further Orders