New Delhi: As West Bengal reported its second confirmed case of coronavirus, panic spread after a woman who was put under quarantine went out to walk her dog. The incident took place in Siliguri. The woman returned from Spain, where she is pursuing her higher studies there. Also Read - Global Death Toll Due to Coronavirus Crosses 10,000 Mark: Here Are The Worst-hit Countries
Upon reaching India, she was advised to go on home quarantine. However, she went out of her house to walk her dog and strolled the entire area. Local people reported the incident to the councillor after which a team from the health department visited her home, where they were reportedly misbehaved. Also Read - Vasundhara Raje And Son Dushyant Under Self-Quarantine After Partying Out With Coronavirus Infected Kanika Kapoor
On Friday, the second confirmed case was reported from Kolkata. Like the first case, the second is also a student who has been staying in London. He was in self-quarantine. Also Read - 'Need to Train Local Officials': PM Modi Discusses Ways to Contain Coronavirus With CMs
The first case stirred controversy as it was not detected at the airport. The patient, along with her mother visited the state secretariat, as a result of which several bureaucrats and their family members had been sent to quarantine.