Mangalore On High Alert After The Third Case Of Coronavirus Is Confirmed In Kasargod

Mangalore On High Alert After The Third Case Of Coronavirus Is Confirmed In Kasargod

February 4: The third coronavirus case has been confirmed in Kasargod, Kerala. The state government has now announced high alert in Mangalore . Though there is no direct flight to China from Mangalore , KSRTC operates 40 buses (240 trips) between Kasargod and Mangalore daily. The same number of buses are operated by Kerala to Mangalore . At least 12,000 to 14,000 passengers commute daily between Mangalore and Kasargod.
Several passengers from outside the country arrive in Mangalore. As a result, the surveillance team is monitoring the district. Though no cases have been reported here, the Department of Health and Family Welfare is being cautious in the district.
The Airport officials have been directed to report anyone with the symptoms of Coronavirus at the airport. Deputy Commissioner Sindhu has appealed to people to contact the Health Department if they come across anyone with the symptoms of Coronavirus.
District Vector Borne Disease Control Officer Dr Naveenchandra Kulal said that an isolated ward with 10 beds at District Wenlock Hospital has been set up to treat patients suffering from coronavirus.  Dr Naveenchandra Kulal also mentioned that the medical colleges in the district have also been directed to keep isolation wards ready in case of emergency. Precautionary measures to be taken in case a coronavirus case is confirmed, have been communicated to the medical college heads, he added.

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